Prizes To Students, And The Principal Bids Farewell To Staff and
By Moki S. Mokondo in Limbe for Fako
17 May 2010
The Saker Baptist College Annual Awards Ceremony took place on
Mrs. Ikome continued that, until their lives ripple a positive influence in their communities then can they boost of their talents and education. While calling on them to remain pace setters in the society, she advised them to be responsible and check against the freedom they would have after leaving
The Principal, Mr Haddison Paul Luma, who was appointed Baptist Education Secretary for the South West and North West regions of Cameroon in December 2009 and also remained as principal till the end of the academic year, gave an overview of the academic year highlighting academic and extra-curricular achievements that contribute to the life of the school. He called on the students of the examination classes to strictly follow the guiding principles the school authorities have given. While biding farewell to the students, he prayed them to stay focused, avoid any distraction and be determined to get better results. In last year’s GCE results, Saker Baptist College was the school with a one hundred per cent pass rate that had the highest number of exam entries at the ‘O’ Levels in Cameroon. The students achieved a total of 238 ‘A’ grades, making it one of the centres of highest academic excellence.
More importantly, the school’s results represented a high degree of added value. In other words, students of
Mr. Haddison-Luma disclosed that the school experienced God’s blessings this school year as they where able to realise projects like the construction of water system toilets, new dormitories, a water tank and the purchase of new computers thanks to the
Many students received subject and other awards for their effort and progress in subject areas across all the forms (forms 1 to upper sixth). The star of the day was Veronica Ebenye Njie of Lower Sixth class, who received an award of 100,000 frs from the Bakweri community in Great Britain (FAKO UK) for having the best Bakweri student GCE results in Cameroon in 2009 (passed in 11 subjects : Grades 9A, 1B, 1C), shared a 250,000 frs ‘Maloke Efimba scholarship’ with another student, and won the first prize for Biology.
Konggerson Nadege of Upper Sixth class won an interesting prize: she won a prize of 100,000 frs for being the most caring student of the year (Mother Of The Year). The prize was donated by a woman living in
During her valedictory address, the outgoing senior prefect, Larissa
Mr Bame maintained that the key to succeed in Mathematics is constant problem solving. ‘’We provide the students with Mathematics text books and good workbooks with practical exercises and we put them on constant problem solving’’, he concluded.