Epi High School holds graduation ceremony

Epi High School announced plan to host its Golden Jubilee Celebration next year during its recent graduation ceremony 

74 students have graduated from Epi High School (EHS).

EHS said goodbye to its final year students of 2018 in a remarkable graduation ceremony. The school's golden jubilee celebration to be observed next year was announced during the occasion with a cake cutting ceremony.

 They wore their graduation uniforms with pride as they walked down the aisle with their certificates in a room full of proud parents and families.

Graduation is an important moment for all final year students after years of studying, playing and living together. It is a special day for them to reflect upon memories made together and at what the future has in store for them.

The school plans to host the Golden Jubilee celebration at the end of next year, 2019 and is asking assistance from it former students. Former staff and principals are invited to the attend the event.

Established in 1968, EHS produce elites working across all sectors, including politicians such as Minister Jotham Napat, MPs Tomker Netvunei and Albert William.

The Chairman of EHS Golden Jubilee Committee, Marcel Yona, said the Golden Jubilee next year will acknowledge the loyalty and support of some individuals to the school since its establishment.

This year's graduation ceremony acknowledged the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ralph Regenvanu, for sponsoring the new uniform for EHS staff, teachers and the school administration of EHS for their tremendous support in educating and support the students through their school lives.

EHS accommodates mostly students from Epi and neighboring Sherpherd Islands, including Paama and Malekula.

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