February was equally a busy month like January because it involved preparations for students getting back to school for beginning of term 2018 and movements to get admissions for the program candidates who sat national exams last year.
The exercise was a smooth one because everything worked according to schedule.
Scholastics and incidentals were purchased and delivered on time and students received the school supplies on time too. All students reported back for the beginning of term one, 2018 on the exact days they were expected to.
Students reported back from holidays in good health with none needing medical attention.
The Form 4 national exam results that determine who joins Form 5 were released in this month of February and all our candidate students performed well, scoring good grades and to the expectations of the ADI program, we congratulate them all. 8 students sat the exams and they have already been admitted to form 5 and have started term one studies.
To those who sat, three were given to study Mathematics, Economics and Geography and these are: Cranmer, Lynette and Aisha, while Victoria was given to study Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. Other three were given to study Literature, Economics and Geography and these are Peninah, Dorah and Siyon while one – Veronica was given to study History, Economics and Geography.
Results for Form 6 national results that determine who joins university were also released in the 2nd last week of the month of February and on our 7 students who sat these exams, 2 of them, Isaac and Hadaad, qualified for ADI’s full sponsorship at University and the other five qualified for a facilitation of 1 million Uganda shillings. These include: Felix, Denis, Moses, Joseph and Gloria.
In this month we have also added on two new partner schools, Trinity College Nabbingo, one of the best performing, legendary girls’ schools in the country and Kitante Hill School.
Thank you team for your continuous dedication to the program!