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MICS Holds 1st Graduation and Awards Ceremony

From, Robert Ayanful-G. Manso

Morgan International Community School (MICS), the leading international school in Ghana last weekend held its 4th Awards Day and Graduation Ceremony at the schools compound at Gomoa Manso near Agona Swedru in the Central Region.

The event which was on the theme ”Creativity and Innovation, the Role of International Education for National Development” saw the graduants receiving special awards for meritorious dedication and excellence.

In her speech, the Minister of Communication, Mrs Usular Owusu Akuffo commended the founders of the school for their foresisght for introducing such high level of quality education with international reputation into the country.

She said though the government intends to make Senior High School education free, the policy, she hinted, will not affect enrollment into private schools, but that it will rather improve upon it, as students who may not be able to obtain the cut-off point requirement could be absorbed by the private schools.

She commended MICS for producing refined graduants well equipped academically to meet challenges of the outside world.

The Head of the School, Mrs. Felicia Sackey in her welcome address also urged the graduants to be ambassadors of the school by boldly confronting life challenges and overcoming them, as she said that is the hallmark of their great school.

Established in 2013, Morgan International Community School (MICS) has been considered the best International School in Ghana and one of the best in the world.

Located in a serene environment, the school offers Cambridge Secondary 1 Grade 6-8, IGCSE Grade 9 &10 and IB Diploma Grade 11&.12.

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