A GROUP of pioneer Grade 10 students sitting for the national examinations are excited about how they look.
The students of Kwip Dau High School in Mul district, Western Highlands, were given new uniforms to wear especially for the annual examinations, which end tomorrow.
The new uniforms cost the school K40,000, according to principal John Woguba.
He said they had been planning to buy uniforms since the school was established last year. And they timed it to coincide with the Grade 10 examinations.
“The aim is to give the newly-established school a good look,’’he said.
“It was challenging to purchase the uniforms within a limited time.”
He used the tuition fee-free fees to buy the uniforms.
He said the Government subsidy was not enough.
“I have other needs for the school to cater for such as facilities and infrastructure. We lack many things for the school to function as a high school,’’he said.
Deputy principal Simon Koi said Woguba had shown true leadership by buying the uniforms.
Koi said the students should be given a special treatment because they were pioneers.
He said they were doing it for students.
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