PASS Graduates 270 Students
The administration of the Patmelia Academy School System (PASS) over the weekend graduated about 270 senior students. The graduates successfully made a pass in their national exam and the school.
According to information gathered from the school’s administrators, over three hundreds senior students were sent for national exam, with 270 students passing successfully.
Speaking during the commencement convocation ceremony held at Paynesville City Hall, outside of Monrovia, Jarwo Nutah Cooper, who served as the convocation keynote speaker, spoke on the theme, “The Road that Leads to Success”.
Cooper told the graduates and the audience that success is the value to achieve a desire. He provided lots of definitions as it relates to the journey of success.
He noted that success comes with a determined mindset, and that it can only be achieved through hard work. The guest speaker used the occasion to encourage the young graduates to remain focused on their journey to succeed.
For his part, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of PASS, Patrick Komoyan, who was excited about the well-organized graduation ceremony, promised that next year, upon his electoral victory on October 10, 2023, he will provide school buses and whiteboard for every class at PASS.
The Patmelia Academy School System (PASS) has operated a tuition-free system for eight years, and it is one of the most populated schools in Paynesville. Currently, the students at PASS are over one thousand.
The graduation commencement convocation was well attended by the graduates, guests, school administrators, among others.