By Alva Mulbah Wolokolie
The Managing Editor of the INQUIRER newspaper yesterday challenged students of the Muslim Congress High School in Monrovia to strive for academic excellence.
Speaking during the launch of one of the student’s group at the school known as the Blue House, Mr. Wesseh hailed the school’s administration for dividing the students into various groups in a bid to ensure that students fully participate in the various activities of the institution.
Mr. Wesseh noted that this is a good initiative that would promote strong competition among the students thereby contributing to academic excellence.
In order to support academic excellence, Mr. Wesseh pledged a trophy to be presented to the winner of the various groups through quizzing competition that would be conducted in English and Arabic.
He said the students are blessed to be learning two languages and therefore, it was necessary to conduct the quizzing in those two languages.
The INQUIRER boss used the occasion to encourage the students to remain respectful and disciplined while in school.
Meanwhile, Mr. Wesseh has promised to have a special occasion for the senior students if they perform well in the pending West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and WASEC tests.
In a special remark, the Queen of Blue House, Omue Barry, assured her colleagues that Blue House will remain at the top of every activity in the school.