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Virtual graduation ceremony of Scholastica ends

by Khan Helal

The three-day long virtual graduation ceremony of Scholastica, one of the leading English-medium schools of the country, ended yesterday.

Due to the Covid-19 situation, virtual ceremonies were held to celebrate  the achievements of graduates of O and A Level programmes, said a press release.

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A total of 626 students of Scholastica Uttara and Mirpur campuses graduated this year.  Among them, 368 completed their O Level and 241 their A Level.

Syeda Madiha Murshed, managing director of Scholastica, addressed the graduates as the ceremony’s keynote speaker.

Farah Sophia Ahmed, principal and section head of Uttara senior campus; Nurun Nahar Mozumdar, section head of Mirpur senior campus; and Sabina Mustafa, head of academic affairs of Uttara and Mirpur senior campuses; congratulated the graduates on reaching an important milestone in their lives.

 Alumni Shah Rafayat Chowdhury, co-founder and president of Footsteps Bangladesh, sent his inspirational message and best wishes to the graduating class of 2021.  

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