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MCSS holds 2023 graduation today 

The Superintendent of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) Isaac Saye-Lakpoh Zawolo, is today, Friday, 20 October expected to preside over the joint graduation ceremonies of four MCSS senior high schools at the SKD Basketball Gymnasium in Paynesville.  

The Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Wesseh Blamo, is expected to serve as keynote speaker for the graduation ceremonies of William V.S. Tubman High School, G.W. Gibson High School, Pipeline Junior & Senior High School, and D. Twe Memorial High School, respectively. 

During the ceremonies, prominent individuals and business institutions, including some MCSS alumni will be awarded and inducted into the MCSS Hall of Golden Partners, for their immense contribution to the school system.  

Honor roll students, who attained outstanding academic success will also be recognized and awarded to inspire all students of the system to strive for academic excellence in all subjects.

The MCSS provides primary & secondary education to the population of Monrovia metropolitan area, Liberia. It was created by government through a legislative enactment on December 24, 1964, to ensure proper and effective conduct of schools in Monrovia under the supervision of the government.

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