Mixed feelings for graduates

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 05 June, 2003, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 05 June, 2003, 12:00am

THERE WERE mixed feelings at the graduation ceremony organised by Holy Trinity College at Shatin Town Hall.


The graduates felt sad as they bid farewell to teachers and friends. However, graduation was also a milestone in their development towards adulthood and a time to bask in their achievements in school. In her annual report, the school's assistant principal M. Fung said the students had attained a 100 per cent pass rate in last year's HKCEE.


Moreover, around 97 per cent of A-level students had found a place in local universities or tertiary institutes.


Secondary Seven graduate Gladys Law, the head prefect, delivered the vote of thanks.


The ceremony ended with a variety show staged by the students, which included English choral speaking, Chinese dance and tap dance.


Article submitted by Holy Trinity College


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