(April 12, 2022) – The graduates of the President’s College 2021 class were encouraged to continue their academic pursuits and to contribute to the development of the country.

 

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At the graduation ceremony on April 8, Chief Education Officer, Dr Marcel Hutson, noted that the theme for this year’s graduation, “Resiliently Pursuing Excellence; Keeping the Banner Soaring High”, is fitting as this batch of students has demonstrated true academic resilience while in the middle of a pandemic.

 
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“They possess the drive, determination and enterprising qualities required to be the best. Let us remember that it is forward-thinking students like these who will lead the way in the development of a dynamic and enterprising Guyana of the future.”
 
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Chief Education Officer, Dr Marcel Hutson
 
He stated that Guyana’s progress as a nation is greatly rooted in the country’s education system.
As such, he emphasized that educators have a responsibility to protect, promote and nurture this resource as the Ministry seeks to establish a world-class education system.