Tuesday, February 15, 2011
The First Graduation of Advanced Level Secondary Education at St. Benedict Secondary School
A hundred steps necessarily begin with one step. At St. Benedict Secondary School this last February 2011 marked an import historical event: the celebration of the first graduation of advanced level secondary school education. The graduating class had only three students: one young men and two young women!! It was a mile stone for the school and for the history of Hanga Abbey in its efforts to serve the community with opportunities of education. It was a great joy to the graduates, teachers and all students at St. Benedict Secondary School to witness this event. We congratulate and thank the pioneer students for enduring and trusting that Hanga can offer the best too. Of the three graduates Clementina Nziku had finished her Ordinary Level secondary education at St. Benedict. The class has opened the doors. No question in the near future there will be more applications for advanced level secondary education at St. Benedict than the school can handle.
In the photo above Prior Odo Nanyanje, OSB, with the graduates from left Clementina Nziku, Alfa Komba and Mary Mwanyika.
In the photo Fr. Mugaga Angelo Mselle, OSB, the headmaster of St. Benedict Secondary School with students the on graduation day.
In the photo below left to right: Fr. Mgaga Angelo Mselle, osb, the students Clementina Nziku, Alfa Komba, Mary Mwanyika and Abbot Thadei Mhagama, OSB.
The three student graduates posing picture with their friends, relatives and staff members.
Our reporter Br. Stanislaus Mwinuka, OSB, is in the photo with two of the graudates.
On the occations of graduation students enjoy better meals than those of ordianary school days. In the photos students are enjoying the delicacies of beef and beef stew with rice and soda!! Get in line, get your good food, sit down and enjoy!!