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Aug 31, 2015, 11:34 AM
Speaking at the orientation programme held at the school grounds in Bundung, the principal of the school, Karamo Bojang, pointed out that the incoming students should count themselves among the very lucky students, since they are going to attend one of the best senior secondary schools in the country.
Mr Bojang told the new students that their parents did not make any mistake in sending them to the school.
He said further that their online admission was very successful thus every student is given a password and user name.
He further disclosed that with the new initiative they will no longer issue a report card to any student; instead it will be displayed on the net, and each student will go to see their result online.
Bojang informed the students that issues such as indiscipline and use of mobile phones in class are prohibited in Nusrat.
For his part, Omar Jammeh, a member of the disciplinary committee, urged the students to abide by the school rules and regulations.
He also warned students that at the school they do not condone lateness because is a crime in Nusrat, while urging the students to make best use of the school library and many other facilities put to their disposal.