Maranatha Academy to fly MSCE star performers to Zanzibar

BLANTYRE: Students who sat for the 2018 Malawi Schools Certificate of Education (MSCE) stand a chance to fly to Zanzibar, Tanzania if they will pass the examinations with flying colours.

The students from both private and public schools will be flown to Zanzibar courtesy of Maranatha Academy.

Maranatha Academy Managing Director, Ernest Kaonga told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that this is one way of promoting quality education in the

country in line with government’s vision of improving education standards.

He said this year, just like last year, they will recognize and award boys and girls from both

public and private secondary schools who will emerge as most outstanding with an aggregate of six points.

Kaonga said the top students will fly to Zanzibar where they will have fun including swimming apart from having a first flight experience.

They will also have a luncheon and share stories among themselves. This is also one way of refreshing their brains after a tiresome year of studying, he said.

Kaonga also said the school will continue with their usual awards to top performers for MSCE.

Last year, the school spoiled 26 students who scored six points with a trip to Sun and Sand Holiday resort in Mangochi.

In 2014, the academy also took 50 students who performed exceptionally well in MSCE to South Africa.

Source: Malawi News Agency MANA

Maranatha Academy to fly MSCE star performers to Zanzibar

BLANTYRE: Students who sat for the 2018 Malawi Schools Certificate of Education (MSCE) stand a chance to fly to Zanzibar, Tanzania if they will pass the examinations with flying colours.

The students from both private and public schools will be flown to Zanzibar courtesy of Maranatha Academy.

Maranatha Academy Managing Director, Ernest Kaonga told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that this is one way of promoting quality education in the

country in line with government’s vision of improving education standards.

He said this year, just like last year, they will recognize and award boys and girls from both

public and private secondary schools who will emerge as most outstanding with an aggregate of six points.

Kaonga said the top students will fly to Zanzibar where they will have fun including swimming apart from having a first flight experience.

They will also have a luncheon and share stories among themselves. This is also one way of refreshing their brains after a tiresome year of studying, he said.

Kaonga also said the school will continue with their usual awards to top performers for MSCE.

Last year, the school spoiled 26 students who scored six points with a trip to Sun and Sand Holiday resort in Mangochi.

In 2014, the academy also took 50 students who performed exceptionally well in MSCE to South Africa.

Source: Malawi News Agency MANA