The Cyber_ED Christian School of Excellence which has been a home school for three years will be opened to the public on September 14, 2015. The founder of the School, Soni Karnga Williams said the school is here to bring Liberia in the 21st century and to make the kids grow in Christian faith.
Speaking at a ceremony marking the opening of the school in Sophie, Congo Town, over the weekend, Mrs. Williams said students will be on pale with their colleagues in the modern world, saying, they will use computers and will have access to the internet.
She said other discipline the school is offering to the children includes music, drama, and arts, adding that this will make learning entertaining for the kids. The wife of the former LPRC boss T. Nelson Williams, said there will also be a wonderful avenue for parents and the teachers to interact on their children’s performance, saying there will be a planner that will be given to the students every Wednesday to take home for their parents to ask questions or make query.
J. Emmett Chabin, the first teacher of the School said that during the Ebola crisis, he taught the students at home. He said the school had 8 to12 students at that time and he’s so glad that the school has grown.
Partnering with Mrs. Williams is Dr. Clarice Kulah, who this kind of Educational system is being brought to Liberia to allow students to successfully compete with their counterparts in the rest of the world and develop a lifelong love for learning in academics and arts.
Cyber_Ed Christian School of Excellence is a private international school that is based on Christian principles. Mean While, their mission is to help each child into confident possession of his or her innate talents, and to acquire the skills needed for success in colleges anywhere around the world.
By Ethel A. Tweh – Edited by Othello B. Garblah