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Holy Child Students Charged To Maintain High Discipline Standards

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The Vice President of Business Council for Africa Felicity Acquah has advised students of the Holy Child School to maintain high disciplinary standards in order to achieve higher professional standards.

Mrs. Acquah says as a matter of fact pursuing academic knowledge to excel as a human being continues throughout one’s livelihood and the ones who benefit most are those who continue to apply the same discipline in all endeavors.

Mrs. Acquah speaking at the 72nd Open and Prize giving day of the Holy Child School on the theme: Discipline And Hardwork, The Key To Academic Excellence; added that students of the school should always find ways of serving humanity. She further applauded the efforts of the headmistress in instilling discipline in the school.

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On her part the Headmistress of the school, Rev. Sr. Josephine Anto said the schools high disciplinary standards has paved way for the school in gaining laurels and their recent success where two of their, Adowa Sutherland and Audrey Emefa Awutey beat over one million students in west Africa to gain the first and second position respectfully in the 2017 WASSCE.

She made a passionate appeal to parents that their wards have not been brought to gain only academic rather a holistic education to make them better members of the society. She further added that as the school strives to achieve academic excellence they are however challenged in some ways notably is the high electricity tariffs the school is debited with she therefore made a call on all stakeholders to come to the aid of the school.

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At the ceremony deserving students, staff and non-teaching staff were awarded .The 1986 year group donated a Foton truck to the school, the 1993 and 1995 year groups renovated some toilet facilities in the school and the 1997 year group also donated some items to compliment services at the schools infirmary.

Source: ATL FM News

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