Waigani Christain Academy branching out to WHP, Morobe

Education

By REBECCA KUKU
FROM having only 13 students and teaching under a mango tree in 1993, the Waigani Christian Academy will now branch out to Morobe and Mt Hagen, Western Highlands, and will have its own school dormitories.
Owner and director Benjamin Mul announced last Friday that the Waigani Christian Academy was starting constructions of dormitories for those students outside Port Moresby.
“Waigani Christian Academy is a school that gives second chance to students who have dropped out of the system,” he said.
“And we are now building dormitories as there has been a lot interest shown by people out of Port Moresby, so by next year we will start enrolling grade 10 and 12 school leavers here for a second chance to archive their dreams.
“Every year, the system leaves behind thousands of young Papua New Guineans in grades 8, 10 and 12.”
“They are just 15, 16, 17 year olds, too young to be drop outs on the streets, and I want to be able to give these students a chance to archive their dreams.” he said.
Mul said that the school would branch out to Mt Hagen and Nadzap.

Leave a Reply