BY BARNABAS MANEBONA
SEVENTEEN former McMahon Community High School Year 11 students have become the first pioneers of the school’s new Form Six (6) Arts starting this year.
“We congratulate the students for being able to have a space in this year’s Form Six. As McMahon is the second school in Central Islands Province (CIP) to have a Form Six, students in the province will have more opportunity for a placement in this level competing with other provinces,” said members of the school.
“As this will be a challenging year under probation, the School Administration, parents and students must prove to the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) that we are capable of having a Form Six.”
The school body thanks the provincial government of CIP for officially handing over 5 new laptops towards the end of last year purposely to help the new intakes with their learning.
Another 5 is soon to be handed over again during March this year according to the Provincial Government.
It is understood that other school materials have been bought to start Form Six this year in which the Provincial Government and School Administration have really put in a lot of effort.
The new intakes have also been congratulated by group members in Ngella’s social media Forum.