Graduation also took place on Moshi Campus. Pictured above are the proud graduates on stage in Karibu Hall.
Once again I find myself apologising for getting in a muddle about my newsletters. No newsletter last week as I hurtled between campuses to capture both magnificent Graduation Ceremonies. A huge round of congratulations from me to both sets of graduates as well as to all the teachers and administrators who have worked so hard to get to the moment of last weekend, when each student received the adulation of their proud mums and dad, relatives, friends and teachers. Someone at the ceremony asked me whether I was happy on graduation day. Of course, the knowledge that the euphoria of graduation is always followed by a tormenting and prolonged bout of goodbyes as my students/football team mates/safari buddies and friends (call them what you want!) troop past my office on their way to the airport to fly away, gives me mixed emotions on the day itself. Do I find it difficult? Yes. Lets leave it at that.
Whilst nothing can take the spotlight away from our 2022 Graduands, I am thrilled to include so many stories from our busy Middle and Primary Schools. M5’s have finished their academic year and enjoyed some spectacular work experiences. Their experiences have been spectacular. Every experience imaginable from flying planes to the Serengeti to delivering babies at Maternity Africa our students are extremely grateful to the companies and instiutions that have given these real life work experiences. Thank you from all of us.
We could look forward to a rest this weekend……….if it wasnt for netball at Kennedy House, rugby in Iringa, Miss Marilyn’s Horse Show, the Braeburn Theatre and getting ready for the next OP Trip!
What a school! Have a super weekend.