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 EDUCATION

SMK St Joseph celebrates good SPM results

18th March, 2019

PAPAR: SMK St Joseph here has all the reasons to celebrate after their last year’s SPM students made a remarkable achievement.

The school achieved a 4.56 GPS from its 2017’s result of 4.89 GPS.

A total of 22 students were the pride of the school with three of them obtaining 9As, and two each with 8As and 7As. SMK St Joseph headmaster, Peter Paun said that another six received 6As followed by nine students with 5As.

The top students received the result slip from the parent-teacher association chairman Dr Rovina Ginibun. Peter said that the teachers gave all their efforts to teach and guide these students despite facing challenges themselves like lack of facilities.

“We have committed teachers who helped in making the VIC (Very Important Candidates) programme a success.

“We also embrace the motto of being “Great Josephians” to spur the students to work hard. The SPM results have placed the school as the top secondary school for Papar district.

   
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