COSS Graduates Fourth Cycle

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The E. J Conqueror School System (COSS) has graduated its fourth cycle of students.

   Speaking at the fourth graduation ceremony, held on Sunday, July 17, 2022, the Proprietor of the school, J. Lewis Doddo, told the graduating class, guests as well  as the student body that the school has reached this level because of God’s intervention.

   According to Doddo, the E.J Conqueror School System (COSS) started from zero, and God has been the only sponsor behind its progress.

   He used the graduation ceremony to call on the public to take advantage of the low fees charged for students attending the school per academic semester.

   According to Doddo, the school was established in fulfillment of his passion for education. He noted that the school is his family’s contribution to the growth and development of Liberia.

   He said during the period under review, in the provision of quality education, his school provided moral discipline to students who enrolled during the academic year, which was meant to enhance the learning environment.

   The Proprietor stated that he is not interested in getting money from the public to enrich him and his family; the school was founded to address the issue of quality education in  the country.

   For his part, the guest speaker of the fourth graduation ceremony, Moses Blah, encouraged the graduates to remain focused as they continue their quest for higher education.

   Blah told parents of the graduates to continue their support toward their children’s education. He said with greater support toward today’s generation, the future of the country stands to be better.

   The graduates comprised of the kindergarten division, 3rd grade, 6th grade and 9th grade.

   The fourth graduation ceremony was well attended by hundreds of people from within and outside of the Pipeline Community, Paynesville City.

   The school is located behind Immaculate Conception Catholic Fence, Pipeline Road.

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