St Joseph’s Senior Secondary School is proud to be associated with the achievement of their Alumni


Press release

On Monday January 15, 2018, two ex-students who now teach in their alma mater were among several graduand that graduated at the UTG’s graduation ceremony presided over by H.E Adama Barrow, president of the Republic of The Gambia. Among them was Ms. Amie Jobe who was the valedictorian of the event and also the best economics student.

Ms. Jobe was admitted into Saint Joseph’s senior secondary school in September 2009 with an aggregate 17. During her studies in St Joseph’s, her best subjects were commerce and biology. Amie was a focused student whose determination has always been to be the best in her areas of study, a dream she has accomplished. At the end of her studies in St Joseph’s she produced 3A’s, 3B’s and 3C’s at the west African Senior Secondary School Examination WASSCE, Amie is likely to be absorbed at the University of The Gambia as a lecturer in Economics.


As a person Amie is pleasant, friendly and mixes well. She enjoys reading as a hobby. We are proud to be associated with her success.
The other old girl who is also teaching in her alma mater and who also graduated together with Ms. Amie Jobe and Miss Ndey Fatou Ann. Miss Anna was admitted into St Joseph’s Senior Secondary School in September 2007 with aggregate 13 and graduated in grade 12 in June 2010. She was a pure science student and studied English language, mathematics, health science, chemistry, biology, geography, physics and home management. At the WASSCE 2010, she produced C5 in biology and chemistry, C4 in geography, B3 in mathematics and English and C6 in physics and Home Management.

At the U.T.G convocation on January 15, 2018 she was awarded the BSc degree in chemistry. In addition to being a chemistry teacher in St Joseph. Ms. Ann is also a lecturer in chemistry in the school of agriculture, Gambia College. Her ambition is to acquire the MSc degree in petroleum engineering to equip her for the position of petroleum officer in the near future.

Ndey Fatou enjoys practicing mathematics, reading science books, religious scriptures and novels, rearing domestic animals, watching life documentaries and doing science practical. She is wished the best.
Another old girl who was among the sumacumlaude at the convocation included Mariama Sonko, a commerce student who graduated from St. Joseph with in 2012.