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Awards for top four

Sherita Sharma
Friday, December 07, 2012

THE graduating class of The Learning Centre (TLC) had a lot to smile about yesterday as they each received more than one award for academic and extra-curricular performance.

The graduation ceremony for the four Class Eight students, which was followed by a concert with multicultural items, was held in the grounds of the private school.

Kautea Tora won the award for best Basic Science, Arts and Sports student, Dongseop Lee from Korea won awards for best Math and Sports student, Neha Reddy for Social Science and English while Nayoon Huer won an award for Arts and another for progress. The first three also received leadership awards.

Mr Lee, 14, whose parents are in Korea and who was accompanied by his aunt, said he had enjoyed studying at the school and wished to do further studies in Fiji.

"I want to be a doctor because my parents are doctors and they have a hospital back in Korea," Mr Lee said. Minister for Youth Viliame Naupoto officiated at the awards ceremony.


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