Onesua Presbyterian College will not accept returning students with outstanding

fees unless parents settle all payments Photo: Lav Kokonas website

By Anita Roberts

Returning students of Onesua Presbyterian College (OPC) at north Efate who have outstanding fees will not be allowed to register this year unless their parents settle all payments, Principal Graham Kalmar has advised.

OPC has an outstanding fees of Vt4million for 2016.

The outstanding fees for Year 10, 12 and 13 of last year must be fixed or the students will not receive their leaving certificates and caution fees, Principal Kalmar warn parents.

Registration at Onesua College will be conducted on February 13, the designated date for all schools to start. On that date which is a Monday, parents and guardians of student will accommodate students through the registration process to sign the school policies.

The college principal says “late fees will be impose on students turning up for registration after February 13”.

Students selected to OPC must pick up and complete the requirements of an acceptance form, from the head office of the Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu (PCV) in Port Vila.

Following instructions from the Director of Education Services, Roy Obed, PCV has instructed that parents wanting to transfer children to schools under its jurisdiction like Onesua must get approval from the curriculum and assessment board under the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET).

Under the Education Act, students requesting transfer to schools directly is forbidden.

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