Tapini Sacred Heart High School Closed its academic year on this morning – 30th November 2016.
This is odd, most might say because it’s too early.
The school is closing early due to the fact that some of the officially sanction Public Holidays, the School Administration decided they should attend classes with the aim of closing down early at the end of the school year. Hence this result is here.
The School as was the case in the past couple of years has TOPPED the CENTRAL PROVINCE once again coming out Number One.
The academic results are satisfactory, I was told the number of students entering Sogeri National High School come 2017 stand close to 10 students. That’s Sogeri alone.
FREE EDUCATION POLICY FOR 2017 & ADDITION COSTS.
The policy still stands as it is this year. Except for additional costs which will cover PROJECT FEES, Agency Fee, Bond Fee, Boarding Requirement Fee and Uniforms.
With the unhealthy outlook of the Economy, expect some increases in most of this additional costs.
Take this is as an advice and please spread the word far and wide. So nothing comes as a surprise come 2017 academic year.
The academic year for 2017 starts on the 30th January 2017.
TAPINI SHHS POLICY
Tapini SHHS stands tall amongst its peers based on the fact that the level of discipline maintained is high and everyone is expected to adhere to that or be found kicked out.
Policies such as attire which is neat and tidy with acceptable dressing code,  no mobile devices allowed to be held by students – mobile phones, mp3 boombox players, camera,  Boy-Girl Relations,  Alcohol,  Drugs.
All these 5 items are Not allowed. And Zero Tolerance policy is applied.
While not blaming anyone or anything, Tapini SHHS has been directly affected by what took place at the national level of Government in our country.
Unlike others who are folding under pressure, Tapini SHHS closed its academic year on time and as expected.
Such results are rear and only the smartest, hard working, people with mission and vision deliver that according to plan and on schedule.
To achieve such results in a place like Goilala District – the least developed district in Central province – one can conclude that with GOD Almighty on our side, and guiding us, nothing is impossible.
Glory to God.
On behalf of my fellow GDDF Admin Mr. Bruce Farquharson and myself, taking up the voice of GDDF Members on this self-claimed and self-appointed District Facebook group, we say a mega, huge, gigantic and loud…
to Mr. Arasu Hayden Ason as the Principal of Tapini SHHS, and father Brian Cahill as the Chairman of the BOG, and Perai Manai as a senior member of the BOG team and Teachers and their families, support staff, security personnel, students.. and anyone i have missed out… here..
FOR A JB WELL DONE ONCE AGAIN.
GOD IS GOOD.