Aldoni, others take top honours at Waigani Christian Academy

Youth & Careers

THE Waigani Christian College in Port Moresby held its third graduation last Friday with 21-year-old Kelly Alodi awarded the dux of the business strand.
Alodi was among 135 grade 12 students who graduated and finished first in advanced mathematics, business studies, accounting, computing and second in economics while George Tiptip was awarded 2019 science dux coming first in language and literature, biology, physics and second in chemistry.
Soney Nahara was the 2019 social science dux.
College director and founder Benjamin Mul said the school took in students who had dropped out of government schools for various reasons and gave them a second chance in their education.
“The education system cannot cater for the large number of the students and many intelligent students drop out by the system,” he said.
Mul said providing quality education for students was important for them to prosper in their education and life.
He said the school science laboratories, a library with books brought in from Australia, expatriate teachers and e-learning to be implemented next year.
“I have sacrificed most of my resources in building the school over the past 26 years because I believe in education.
“I am doing what I can as a private citizen for human resource development,” Mul said.
He thanked the parents for having confidence and trust in the school and for enrolling their children.
Meanwhile, Maxie Uwokowo was awarded 2019 grade 10 dux and Maosing Nalu was the 2019 grade eight dux.

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