Four young graduates made their ex-headmistress so proud that she simply had to attend their graduations. Mrs Agnes Nugent, the Head of the St John’s College Academy, proudly stood in the crowd at their ceremonies.
Most students finish school without ever really getting to know their teachers or headmistresses or headmasters, but four graduates can proudly say their headmistress attended one of the biggest days of their lives.
Mrs Agnes Nugent, the Head of the St John’s College Academy, attended the graduations of 4 of her former students and was incredibly proud of them.
The young men, Brandon Mukwebe, Collin Kgoaripe, Daniel Biyakela and Lwazi Nzimande have all graduated from university in the last month, according to goodthingsguy.
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Mrs Nugent is proud of the achievements of all of her students.
“Every time I receive an invitation to attend a graduation ceremony or receive a photograph of one of the new graduates, my heart bursts with pride.
She was very happy to attend the students' graduations.
“I know all of these young men well, and I know the difficult circumstances many of them have had to overcome to achieve these results. So many of them, as well as their families, attribute their success to the grounding, extra lessons, and life-skills that the St John’s College Academy afforded them.”
The young men all took different courses in life, but Mrs Nugent is equally proud of all of them.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Brandon Mukwebe earned a BA Information Systems degree from University of Johannesburg(UJ), Collin Kgoaripe also graduated from UJ, with a BCom in Marketing Management.
Also a UJ graduate, Daniel Biyakela graduated with a BCom in Economics and Lwazi Nzimande graduated with an Actuarial Science degree from the University of the Witwatersrand.
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