One Hundred and Eighty (180) young professionals on Saturday, February 13, graduated from the Lango Lippaye High school (LLHS) after a year of intensive studies.
Speaking at the 21st commencement convocation exercise Mr. Morris Farweneh Principal of the Lango Lippaye High school in Kakata encouraged the graduates to go into the world and be true ambassadors including representatives of the institution.
Principal Farweneh added that the academic 2019/2020 was a year of challenges for all students including administrators due to the COVID19 pandemic adding that many of the female students and self-supported students dropped out due to the said challenges.
Mr. Farweneh noted that despite the many challenges, determined students comparative had improved performance especially WASSCE with students producing A+ in various subjects.
“I’m pleased to inform you that even though Academic 2019/2020 was full of challenges; however, our determined students comparative had improved. This is indicative of the level of hard work, commitment and dedication by the students and some of the teachers,” principal Farweneh added.
He, however, admonished the 180 graduates that their exit from LLHS is just the beginning of their educational sojourn and as such they must be more focus and do their best as the entered the global village.
The Lango Lippaye High school principal further praised President George M. Weah for the payment of WASSCE for all senior Students across the country.
He noted that such contribution has brought total financial relief to Parents in Liberia, stressing “We appreciate President George M. Weah for paying our children exams fees, this has brought total relief for parents in our country.”
Serving as the 21 commencement speaker, Mr. Barcus Karpeh commended the Lango Lippaye High school for complementing the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development education for all component, this he noted is welcoming move by the institution.
He at the same time used the occasion to motivate the graduates to also strive for the best to ensure that they are always on the top in all that they do.
He further warned them not to see challenge as an obstacle to their forward march process rather as a tool that can make them work harder to pursue their goals in life. “Go into the larger community and persuade higher education,” he noted.
Mr. Karpeh in closing cautioned the Lango Lippaye High school to set standards of excellence to eliminate negative vices that are hampering the growth process of the sector.
He stressed that the process of Liberia’s renewal and restoration is now calling on all Liberians to go back in their closet, work harder and bring up new ideas to help move Liberia forward.
The Institution with 21 years of operations in Liberia and with the effort of national Government is providing quality education for Liberian youth and the general populace.
At the end of the ceremony Twenty, one young professional walked away with diplomas after years of studies.