East Boundary holds first graduation for pupils

 East Boundary holds first graduation for pupils


East Boundary private school has held its first graduation ceremony for the reception, grade sevens and nines with emphasis on their learners to be productive in the community.

Speaking at the ceremony school Director Kate Mapipo said the pupils are ready to take up what lies in their grades because they have been equipped accordingly.

Ms Mapipo also encouraged those that have written their grade nine exams to stay away from bad vices that can corrupt their minds.

“I want to thank the parents for entrusting us with your children, we sure that the change in them is visible, we hope you continue entrusting us even next year,” she said.

And Nchanga Constituency Member of Parliament who was the Guest of Honor pledged to continue supporting the school.

Mr Chilundika who was represented by Deputy Mayor Richard Kabwe also commended the school for producing good results for both grade seven and nine at national level exams.

He has since encouraged the school’s management and teachers to keep up the hard work.

And East Boundary PTA Chairperson Clifford Chisha said that the school provides quality education to every child.

Rev Chisha encouraged parents to cherish education as it is an inheritance that no one can take away from them.

He also encouraged the pupils to embrace hard work, aim high and cherish discipline wherever they will go.

Rev Chisha also commended the teachers and urged them to continue being hard workers.

And speaking on behalf of the pupils Mapalo Kunda thanked the teachers and school management for the care and lessons given to them.