HOPE COLLEGE'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY AND 8TH GRADUATION CEREMONY
On October 1, 2022, Hope College held a grand durbar to celebrate its 10th anniversary and 8th graduation of students. Since its inception in 2012, the school has graduated 835
students who have produced outstanding results in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
In the ten years of the school’s existence:
•Hope College has received an award that is highly recognized both locally and internationally for the excellent performance of its students.
•The school has had world-class leaders visit its campus to inspire and encourage students.
•Students of Hope College have excelled in the WASSCE and gained admission to both local and foreign universities.
This year, 111 twelfth-grade students graduated in a colorful ceremony held at the Becky Holloway Courtyard of the College. Family, friends, well-wishers, members of the general public, chiefs, and an entourage of royal courtiers joined the Board of Governors, faculty, staff and students of Hope College to bid a befitting farewell to the graduating class.
The occasion commenced with a beautiful parade by the Hope College Police Cadet Corps and the Hope College Regimental Band. The keynote speaker was His Royal Highness Odeefuo Amoakwa Buadu VIII, the Paramount Chief of Breman Traditional Area and
President of the Central Regional House of Chiefs. To crown the celebration, each graduating student was called up to receive a certificate and a Bible. Graduands who excelled in character, scholarship, service, and leadership - the four pillars of Hope College
- received awards.
It was a joyous celebration of ten years of educating students in preparation for a lifetime of character, scholarship, service, and leadership to transform their world to impact the world.