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Head boy scoops top award

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, May 24, 2014

LEADING by example is something that Year 13 student Henry Cassidy has always been proud to do as the head boy of Gospel High School.

Henry, who was awarded the baton of honour award for Gospel High School and Gospel Primary School passing-out parade, said hard work really paid off for him after the 10 weeks of intensive training.

He said it was a great honour to be awarded the outstanding and well-recognised award, something most students had always dreamt of during the annual passing-out parade. He said he owed it all to the military instructors who helped him command the 720 students.

"The dedication and commitment by the student has made us achieve such a remarkable pass ing-out parade this year," the Savusavu lad said.

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