By: Emmanuel M. Togbah Jr
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 231880209726/+231775779754 Gbarnga:
As part of efforts to preparing the future leaders of Liberia, the Salvation Army High School in Gbarnga have graduated about fourteen students from its first commencement convocation.
Founded under a Christian principle for education disciplines, the institution have proven to remain one of Liberia’s most outstanding learning center evidence by her recent preferment of senior students who wrote the country national exams.
It can be recalled that the Salvation Army high school this year sent about fifteenth students for the government National Exams with all making a successful pass, something the school board have described as unprecedented. Addressing his fellow graduates as valedictorian, T. Russ Stubblefield call on his colleagues to always remain committed and focus on their dream in achieving a quality education. Student Stubblefield in this valedictorian speech extended thanks and appreciation to parents of the graduates for their continue support towards their children education, adding the future of the country is in their hands.
TSA Gbarnga valedictorian wants parents in the country take seriously the education of their children, something he said can only be done with commitment and determination.
Student T. Russ Stubblefield also described his success as a dream come through, promising to give back to the institution when call upon. Serving as guest Speaker for the first commencement convocation the General Secretary of the Salvation Army in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea Major Dieudonne Louzolo head of the Liberia Sierra Leone and Guinea command of the Salvation Army board call on graduates representing the class of Legends of greatness to always remain focus and committed to their goals.
TSA board member described the institution first commencement Convocation as remarkable, thus calling on parents to remain supportive to the future building of their children. Mr. Louzolo cautioned the first batch of graduates of the Salvation Army School in Gbarnga to serve as an example of change that will encourage others in their respective communities to attend the noble institution. He then lauded the administration and teaching of the institution staff for their level of sacrifices provided in educating and preparing the country next generations.