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Shiloh School Complex Holds 17th Graduation | Education

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A short but colourful graduation ceremony has been held at Shiloh School Complex for pupils who completed Junior High School this year, kindergarten pupils moving on to Basic 1 as well as those in Basic 6 promoted to JHS1.

The event held on the school’s premises at Bortianor near Kasoa was under the theme, “Growing Together, Reaching New Heights”.

As they are about to step into a new chapter of their lives, the graudating class of 2023 were admonished to remember that true growth doesn’t stop at the end of a high school diploma.

The Proprietress of Shiloh School Complex, Mrs Rachael Ladejo, who gave the admonishment, noted that even though the children have been provided with a strong academic foundation, “it is up to you to continue pushing yourselves to reach new heights”.

They were advised to remember that learning is a life-long journey, and it is through constant growth and self-improvement that they will discover their true passions and uncover their fullest potentials.

“Remember the importance of integrity, kindness and empathy in all your endeavors. These qualities will not only contribute to your personal growth but also enable you to make meaningful contributions to society,” Mrs. Rachael Ladejo advised.

Proprietress of Shiloh School Complex, Mrs Rachael Ladejo
The Head Teacher of Shiloh School Complex, Mr. Theodolash Mensah, challenged the graduants not to see themselves as “just recipients of knowledge; you are creators, innovators, and problem solvers who have the power to shape the future”.

He recalled how some Basic 6 pupils of the school were able to register and pass the Basic Education Certificate Exams, adding that the school can boast of having its students attending known “big senior high schools” in Ghana.

 “To our wonderful and beautiful parents gathered here, we want to reassure you that your choice to bring your ward here was never a bad idea and will never be, because teachers are working tirelessly and coherently just to bring out the best in every single individual here (Shiloh). It is for these reasons why students who leave Shiloh for other schools performs better than anyone can imagine.”

Mr. Mensah appealed to parents to be active participants in the welfare and education of their children, noting, “It’s sometimes sad to see some students in this 21st century come to school with no pens to write with, no books to write in, with torn shoes and clothes just to mention a few.”

Mr. Theodolash Mensah
With the unwavering high Christian values instilled in pupils of Shiloh School Complex, the pupils were advised to remain steadfast in their pursuit of excellence, and use the knowledge gained during their stay in the School to bring positive change to the world.

Pupils and staff of the school who performed creditably in the year under review were rewarded by management of the school.

Source: Peacefmonline.com



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