St.Lawrence Catholic High graduates 93 students -As Principal vows to crackdown on academic malpractices
Catholic 93 Graduates
Catholic 93 Graduates

The Principal of the St.Lawrence Catholic High School in Ganta, Nimba County, Larlesseh W.Berdeh has vowed to take drastic action against any student or teacher involve in any form academic malpractices at the institution.

Mr. Berdeh said the school will expel   two of the teachers that taught at the school for last academic for allegedly collecting huge money from students.  

Speaking in an INSIGHT interview at the weekend in Ganta during the school graduation, the St.Lawrence Principal failed to name the teachers involved in the act.

 Mr. Berdeh added that the decision to expel those teachers is intended to help combat unethical behavior of teachers in the education sector in the Country.


It can be recalled that the school administration expelled a defeated representative candidate for District#4, Freddie Tomah for allegedly collecting money from students.

Mr. Tomah currently works in the office of Nimba County Superintendent Dorr Cooper.

Mr. Berdeh stressed the need for parents to join school administrations across the country to combat unethical behavior of teachers and students in the school system in the Country.


Meanwhile The St.Lawrence Catholic High School has graduated 93 students.

The School said out of the 93 students that sat the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Exam (WASSCE),  17 passed in one subject while 40 made their way through in two subjects and   35 passed in three subjects while the valedictorian passed in four subjects including Math and English.

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