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Updated: Dec 15, 2022

2022 Ninth-Grade Graduating Class

On October 22, 2022, Hope Christian Academy held its 17th Graduation Ceremony and 20th Anniversary Celebration, where 38 ninth grade students and 28 kindergarten students graduated. Families and friends came from far and near to support their wards and grace the occasion. The occasion was also graced by several dignitaries and alumni of the Academy.

2022 Graduating Class from the Preschool of Hope Christian Academy

Members of staff of the Preschool Department of Hope Christian Academy

The ceremony was a very colorful event with a lot of exciting activities. The primary and preschool students gave recitals and an amazing cultural dance display.

The graduating kindergarten class performs poetry recitals, songs, cultural dance and drama to demonstrate what they have learned in school

A cultural dance performance by students of Hope Christian Academy

There were beaded bags, earrings and key holders made by the students on display. The alumni present addressed the audience to appeal for funds to help the school construct a new kitchen and dining hall. This has been a pressing need for many years due to the deplorable state of the current dining hall. The keynote speaker, Ms. Maame Kwaaba Stephens, a Director of the Kaysens Group, addressed the audience and encouraged the students to keep on studying hard so they can be at their best in life.

Keynote Speaker: Maame Kwaaba Stephens

Faustina Asare, Managing Director of Hope Christian Academy addresses the audience

Miss Adjoa Nhyira Ekuful, Valedictorian of the 2022 ninth-grade graduating class delivers a speech

Each graduating ninth grade student and graduating kindergarten pupil received a certificate. Mr. Paul Amankwaah, a Co-head of Academic Affairs, delivered a charge to the ninth-grade graduating class.

Franklin Gyamerah Osei is presented with a certificate by Janet Akuayi, Head Teacher of the Preschool

Louisa Arthur receives an award from Samuel Osei, Managing Director of Hope Children's Village

Martha-Darlene Daike Teye receives her certificate from Francis Adenyo, Head Teacher of the Basic School

A section of the audience gathered at Hackmann Hall for the 20th Anniversary and 17th Graduation Ceremony of Hope Christian Academy

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