By Olimatou Coker
The West African International School (WAIS), an affiliate of West African Education Foundation, recently graduated its 13th batch of 500 students.
The graduation came after they undergone and completed the West African and the Cambridge Certificate Examinations.
Principal Mrs Ellen Kandiero, enunciated how the school came about, saying it was established in 2001 with at least 18 students.
“…But through the years, students keep increasing because we promote education and good character in them.”
Of the 500, she disclosed 114 got diplomas for completing high school.
“We are so pleased to witness another graduation ceremony,” the principal said.
Vice Principal Mr IEO Duncan, said: “WAIS is an international school that is founded on the principles and concept of excellency. We have our semiotics, which are wisdom, attitude, integrity and services. We believe that if we pursue the four courses of excellence, will help us produce an all-round citizen of the world.
The vice principal said he has nothing, but high hopes for the graduates.
“They are ready to learn and we have seen during the prize given, lot of them received good prizes and that’s indicative of how good they were in school.
Head boy Cherno Jeng, 16, expressed gratitude to the school and tachers for all ‘those assistance during the years.’