By Bill W. Cooper
The Khalepa Takala meaning “Good Things are Difficult to be Attained”, 2018/2019 class of the Gray D. Allison yesterday, unveiled a project that was undertaken by them in the tune of US$500.
The 2018/2019 class of the Gray D. Allisson was one of the several institutions that performed excellently in the just ended West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate Exam (WASSCE), with all of their 25 students passing while one of them passed in all of the nine subjects.
Unveiling the project behalf of the class, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), Prince C. Johnson III, lauded the students for their brilliant performance during the just ended exam and urged them to continue their hard work in order to achieve their goals.
He indicated that what the outgoing seniors of the institution have demonstrated is something that other students have to emulate.
The Chief of Staff of the AFL then pledged the Armed Forces of Liberia’s continuous support through what so ever means towards the institution, adding that the AFL has always been working with the institution in order for students of the institution to acquire sound meaningful education.
For his part, the Principal of the institution, James E.B. Richardson II lauded the Chief of Staff of the AFL for their continual support toward the institution, as well as the students for the project, pointing out that, it is first of its kind for outgoing seniors to do a project.
He then called on all parents to support the present seniors of the institution in order to follow suit of their predecessors, stating that, if the present students are to make a successful pass, it will require the efforts of everyone including the students themselves.
Speaking earlier, the Vice Principal for Instruction, who was the sponsor of the outgoing class, Rev. William R. Kilby I, expressed his appreciation towards the AFL for wholeheartedly supporting the institution, as well as his students for their splendid performance during the just ended national exam, while at the same time encouraged the present seniors to emulate the example of the class in order to continue the representation of the institution.