Upper Islamic Institute recently held its 15th graduation ceremony at the
school’s ground in Abuko.
Speaking at the occasion, vice Principal Abubacarr Muhammed Jeng said the day marks another milestone in the history of the school, saying the graduation was meant to celebrate the graduates’ years of successful studies at the institute.
Alhagie Touray, an English teacher at the school hailed the graduating students for their com-portment throughout their nine years study at the school and advised them to ensure making the best use of their education career.
Principal Muhammed Malick Ndow said four hundred and twenty eight students are currently enrolled in the school and applauded the school’s Parents Teachers Association (PTA) and the mothers club for their benevolent support to the development of the school.
Samba Batch Kebbeh, chairman of the PTA urged parents to send their children to school and thanked the teachers for their hard work.