Comprehensive Senior Secondary School has graduated its 2018 batch of students
at a ceremony held at the school ground in Kanifing. This year’s theme is: The
role of school in society.
The school principle Johnson O.Ogunjobi said the school has a vision to inculcate self-discipline and productive education into young minds and to enable them appreciate the norms and values of their nation and contribute their quota to the development of their nation and the world at large.
The school, he said, has made remarkable achievements over the years as it helped students to discover and develop their potentials with 100% pass record in Technical Drawing, physics, food and nutrition, 80% in Further Maths, French, Cost Accounting and Home Management in the 2017WASSCE examination.
Mr. Ogunjobi noted that the school authority “leaves no stone on turn”in inculcating good moral values in students, saying the issue of discipline cannot be overemphasized which led to the achievement of its goal in terms of academic performance. He appealed to parents to do their part at home, since there cannot be meaningful progress without discipline.
He equally advised the graduating class of 2018 to be good ambassadors of the school as they have been brought-up the right way to be good citizens in society.
“Achieving senior secondary certificate is not the end of the road. Develop a passion for learning. If you do that, you will never cease to grow. Iencourageyou to think of pursuing tertiary education and to follow your dreams.”
Guest speaker Benjamin EbereOzirigbo emphasized on the role of school in society which, he said in the modern time is treated as the most suitable, active and formal agency of education, as per the changing need of the hour.
He said school is beyond the physical structure and anyplace any place where, education is exchange. “School serves as a place their culture is reserve and protected. It a place of all round develop of an individuals and where potentials are recognize.”
He advised the graduating students not to forget their roots, telling them that whatever they do will have impact on the school.
Fatima Muloshi, graduating head girl said the day marks the end of their journey in the school.
She thanked teachers for their academic and moral support that refined them, and their patents for their laudable support during their learning process.
She advised her follow mates to have hope and determination, saying “we all came with dreams and now leaving with successes. To be successful in life,we have to work hardand to be faithful in God in everything we do to achieve our life goal.”