–School principal vows
The Principal of the Seku Ibrahim Sheriff Arabic and English High School in JJY Community, Somalia Drive, Mr. Vamunya S. Sherif says his school will continue to dux the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) because it has competent and qualify teaching staff.
He said this is evidence by the fact that out 25 candidates that successfully passed all five WASSCE subjects in the 2019/2020 school calendar, 10 came from the Seku Ibrahim Sheriff High School; five from the Firestone Liberia School System; three from St. Teresa’s Convent High School, and two from St. Peter’s Clever Catholic high school, amongst others.
According to him, the SIS school sent a total of 42 candidates for the WASSCE with 37 students making a past, noting that though with no support from any source, the school will continue to make a mark in the Liberian educational sector, no matter what.
Principal Sheriff spoke over the weekend during program marking the fourth graduation ceremony held at the school campus in JJY Community, outside Monrovia.
He commended parents and guardians as well as Parent-Teacher Association for their support and encouragement over the years, stressing, the Seku Ibrahim Sheriff Arabic and English High School will always remain number one in any public test both in Liberia and any part of the world.
For his part, Assistant professor of Law at the Louise Arthur Grimes School of Law, University of Liberia, impeached Justice Kabineh M. Ja’neh commended the administration and teachers of the school for their effort in providing quality education to Liberian youth, which he said will prepare them for future leadership in the country.
–Editing by Jonathan Browne