PANATINA community high school (CHS) in East Honiara will hold its graduation ceremony tomorrow.
The event will be held at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) Panatina campus pavilion.
The official program will start at 9am to 2pm and as usual with a colorful parade and then followed by a number of speeches.
Attending the graduation will be Honiara city council chief education officer (HCC) Wayne koebule as the guest of honor, chair of the school board, board members and invited school principals within the Honiara city council.
Speaking on behalf of the school, Chris Lengeta, the school careers master said a total of 451 students from the school will officially obtain their school leaver’s certificate awards and prizes offered for best students.
He said, forms six both arts & science, form fives, three and the grade six students have been formally confirmed to be farewelled with their end year school leaver’s academic certificates during the ceremony.
“Certificates of completion will be awarded by the school administration to the graduating student,” Mr. Lengeta said.
“It is a very important and special day for every one of us; the teachers, students as well as parent. A day to mark the closing program of the academic year, especially respective forms.”
He said this is not for Panatina School only but schools in and around the country as a whole.
“This is a day for teachers, students and parents to mark the achievements of the academic year and a time to look back on what areas to improve on.
“Its also a day the school and parents are looking forward to witness how well and how far the school and importantly their children students has perform during the year.”
Mr Lengeta calls on parents, guidance and the public to be part of the event.
‘By HOUANIHAU JOHN MC
SINU JOURNALISM STUDENT