Kigali Christian School holds its annual graduation ceremony

“Before sitting for the Primary Leaving Examinations, I revised very hard. I was not so surprised about getting five points when the results were released.” Benita Habiyambere, 11. “According to my performance, I had hope of passing and getting selected to attend one of the best government schools.” Alek Mugabo, 12.
L-R : Benita Habiyambere ; Alek Mugabo ; Steven Karangwa ; Steven Karangwa ; Jules Musabyimana ; Jules Musabyimana
L-R : Benita Habiyambere ; Alek Mugabo ; Steven Karangwa ; Steven Karangwa ; Jules Musabyimana ; Jules Musabyimana

“Before sitting for the Primary Leaving Examinations, I revised very hard. I was not so surprised about getting five points when the results were released.”

Benita Habiyambere, 11.

“According to my performance, I had hope of passing and getting selected to attend one of the best government schools.”

Alek Mugabo, 12.

“When you are writing your exams it is very difficult to say that you will make it; but I am pleased about the five points that I got.”

Steven Karangwa, 13.

“It is always good for parents and guardians to recognize the effort you put into your studies because it gives you courage to perform better.”

Brice Musana, 12.

“I expected to pass because my teachers played a big role in my studies. My parents too, encouraged me every day.”

Jules Musabyimana, 12.

“I was not sure of my destiny after sitting for the exams but I am happy that I got five points which is the best overall mark.”

Derice Isimbi, 11.

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