Educational Institution has recently held its seventh graduation of their grade
nine students at the School’s ground in Kololi.
At the ceremony, principal of the school Modou Nabaan said the school made significant academic progress in the past years, saying the school has maintain its academic excellence since the graduation of its first batch.
He said the school got aggregate 12 last year and eight of their outstanding students secured aggregate 8 in 2016. “The school is known for its outstanding performance since its first batch in 2011.”
He revealed that fifty-seven of their students to the National Assessment Test (NAT) examination on the most difficult four co-subjects, noting that the school got 98% credit which gave them The Gambia cut of mark.
He hailed parents for their commitment and support towards the development of the school.
Guest speaker Madam Isatou Ndow said graduation is a day to celebrate achievement of students and it represents the end of a very challenging journey through school.‘’It is the beginning of a new journey, new friends, new teachers, new schools and new challenges to explore,’’ she said.
She advised the graduands that grade nine is not the end of education, saying it is just the beginning of their educational pursuit. She reminded them that in education the higher they go the more challenging it becomes. “I want to remind all the graduating students that the worth of any school is measured by the achievements and accomplishments of its graduates and by the loyalty of its alumni.”
Head boy of the school Musa Keita said the school system has developed a mental and physical features prominent of which is discipline of the heart of every soul.
He added that not only discipline but with great emphasis of obedience and dedication as enshrined in the school motto: Discipline, dedication and service.
He thanked the teachers for being instrumental and supportive to them during their stay in the school and implored them to keep inspiring the students for the betterment of Seinorschool.