Date of Graduation Ceremony : May 31, 2020

I would like to express my sincere thanks to Chairperson Mam and the school principal for giving me the permission to attend the virtual graduation ceremony of my batch mates. It has been two years since I left AGS Gurugram, but then the three years I spent there were some of the best school years of my life.

What touched me the most and that I would like to share is when the Chairperson, Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Chauhan Ma’am asked everyone to clap for me during the ceremony. At that moment I wanted to express my thanks but my microphone did not pick up. Today I want to say all that I wanted then through this letter.

Respected ma’am, I am really grateful that you let me participate in the graduation ceremony. I enjoyed seeing my former classmates graduate as if I was there. I was also extremely touched when you acknowledged my presence.

I want you to know that while I cherish many of my school years I will never forget Amity, and all the work that the school put in making me and my fellows open-minded and knowledge-thirsty students who are ready to face the real world once graduated. I also would like to send my sincere thanks to the teachers who supported me during the years of IG-1 and 2. I extend my special thanks to Mrs Vandana who was able to make me fall in love with chemistry to the extent that I applied at the faculty of chemistry at the universities of Turin and Milan. After getting a degree in analytical chemistry I plan to pursue a master's in forensic chemistry. Thereafter I plan to join the Italian Military as an officer in the Forensic Sciences Investigation department, in Italian known as RIS.

I wish all the best for AGS, its faculty teachers, students and staff.

I sincerely hope that if in recent years I’am able to come back to India, I'll be able to stop by AGS.

Umberto Filineri Grade IG-1 and 2

Amity holds a special place in my heart. It was the place which nurtured me from a seed to a sapling and then a plant. My teachers’ painstaking efforts, personal touch and never give up attitude; along with the many opportunities given to me enabled me to tap hitherto unknown potential and discover my interests Passing out was the end of an era for me. I’m proud to be a part of the Amity family.

Ankita Marwaha (Batch of 2011)

My experience at Amity International School, Mayur Vihar, was a wholesome one. The flexible system of schooling at Amity was supported by a fleet of talented teachers, where a lot of freedom was given to the students to pursue their interests. Support was lent to the students attending coaching classes. All in all, I have no regrets whatsoever.

Durjai Sethi (Batch of 2014)

I feel really nice to be alumni of a school of so high repute. I really cherish moments spent here. Studies were of so high quality that I was well ahead of my peers at home. Last but not the least my experience at this school was one of a kind.

Harshit Jain (Session: 2014)

The 14 years that we spent in these red-bricked walls cannot possibly be described in words, the school has given us memories that will cherish forever- the teachers have had a huge role in making us who we are. The reason we never thought about changing school was a second home and shall always be. We still sit down to cherish the days which almost always ends in peals of laughter and happy tears. We can never thank Amity enough.

Ishita Bedi (Session: 2014)

My experience at Amity International School was a very memorable one. Enjoying a lot of freedom under strict discipline we really had loads of fun. Also the friends I made here would always be with me forever. Last but not the least the teachers and the Teacher-Student interaction was so well that we had a great bonding with them. I really enjoyed being here. It was real fun that it has got embedded in my heart.

Raghav Kapoor (Session: 2014)

This school has been my second home for the past 14years. All the knowledge & values I have, have been given to me this in this school. The nicest and most educated teachers are the part of this institution. This school will always be a great part of my life. Amity perfectly equipped me to face the future endeavours in our life.

Shaurya Mathur (Session: 2014)

Being in Amity gave me an opportunity to constantly grow and improve academically under the guidance of highly motivated and helpful teachers. Talking outside academics, environment in Amity is conducive for the development of students' personality, giving them the skills and confidence, making them ready for the competitive world outside school.

vivek Mehrotra (Batch of 2011)

Amity has been home to a lot of beautiful memories which will be cherished throughout my life. Being an Amitian always made me proud. It was this school which gave me the opportunity to meet people who would continue to be a part of my life. This school and it’s staff showed me that schooling is not just about studies. Its much more. Its about becoming an all-rounder, that is, being good at things other than studies as well. Thanks to all those who have, made the school what it is right now.

Shourya Grover (Batch of 2014)

Amity has always been like a home away from home for me. The school made its best efforts to provide the students with everything! It shall always remain special for me. I got the chance build to meet and wonderful relations. The teachers are really caring and supportive. Together with everyone, Amity doesn't just boast of academic success but also of fostering a family for life. Three cheers for Amity !

Tushar Singhal (Batch of 2014)

Amity, my home away from home, the red bricked shelter which housed me for 14 long years day in and day out. Spending over 30 hours a week, eventually made you fall in love with the place. We never realize what we have until we lose it. In the last two years spent at the school i.e. 11th and 12th standard I realized the flexibility of the school system and how it, intentionally or unintentionally, willingly or unwillingly helped me with my various needs. I got enough time to focus on competitive exams, decent amount of help from the teachers, who were very approachable, and more than enough amount of material and aid for my board examinations. You might not be able to see it whilst your journey as a school kid, but once you pass out from school, you’ll know that most of the things done TO you were actually done FOR you. So, while you are spending your time at Amity, try to enjoy it, rather than just whiling it away. There are hundreds of things happening around you that you should be involved in, hold a post in the school council, go for inter-school quizzes, host an event, perform in one, be a part of AIMUN, play your favourite game as a member of the school team, with teachers far. Trust me they have a lot to give along with a strong will to devote themselves to you.

Durjai Sethi (Batch of 2014)