The United Christian Academy on Friday held its second graduation at Medie in Accra, at which 44 pupils graduated.
The headmaster of the school, Mr. John Quaye at the ceremony urged parents and guardians to nurture their wards with Christian values so as to make their lives meaningful as they grow.
He said the school was committed to transforming the character of its pupils, and called for the assistance of parents.
“At United Christian Academy, we are interested in who our pupils grow up to become. That is why we teach them to discern right from wrong,” he said.
In addition, he said “We want them to become great thinkers and transformational leaders in future.”
Mr. Quaye emphasized the need for parents to invest in the education of their children, saying “if you educate your children, they will make you happy one day i future.”
He commended the pupils for their great academic performance and encouraged the graduands to study hard as they moved to another level in their educational journey.
The pupils entertained the guests with poetry recitals, dance competitions, drama, choreography, and memory verses.
By Selorm Helen Wohoyie