MORE than 600 students from Sir Tei Abal Secondary School graduated last Friday, .
The students completed their exams without any hiccup and are looking forward to getting their results.
Outgoing students’ representative council president Joshua Timothy, when speaking to parents and teachers at the graduation, apologised on behalf of the students for the cheating incident that occurred last year.
He appealed to students to refrain from cheating, adding that they had the natural ability to achieve academic excellence.
From the graduating students, 252 received their attainment certificates for Grade 10 and 392 students passed out of Year 12.
Among guests were the principals of IBS Wabag Campus, Sopas Nursing College and UPNG Open Campus director.
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