Masvingo Christian College, which is now known for its remarkable pass rates over the years, is expecting the class of 2019 to do better and help further grow the school’s brand by leaps and bounds.
This year, Masvingo Christian College has 300 ‘O’ level pupils and 180 ‘A’ level pupils who registered to sit for the final Zimbabwe School Examination Council (Zimsec) examinations.
School head Edson Muresherwa said continuous effort was being made to prepare candidates for the examinations.
He said the school conducted the August holiday lessons for the candidates, adding that he expected the 300 them to contribute to the school’s ever-rising star.
Muresherwa said he wanted to make the best out of the departing pupils, with every pupil being exposed to all possible opportunities available.
Masvingo Christian College provides both theoretical and practical lessons.
“We make sure that we give our pupils the best and help them in every way possible but it is also their responsibility to study and put their school work first,” said Muresherwa.
He said the school faced many challenges but will not stop to make the best out of the few available resources.
Muresherwa also asked parents to support the school by paying school fees for their children in time.
“We need our parents to pay school fees for children in time to enable us to do the work that must be done in time. We understand the economy is difficult for everybody but our school still needs to move forward. It is therefore the administration and the parents’ duty to make that possible,” said Muresherwa.