The competition is real. China is now offering full scholarships for many areas of traditional majors. Have you seen the new highway that connects Pakistan and China? That Sweden’s greatest trading partner is now China, not USA? Oh dear. Mandarin is working its way up the global ladder.
Remember Face Time, Skype and WhatsApp in my absence. Hopefully, my medical leave will be short and sweet. Fingers crossed, hands in prayer.
Ms. Mullings will be here as resident manager. Mr. Daniel Britton will continue to serve at the front desk. Mr. Navardo Walker is our main courier man, for parents who cannot make it to the office and need him to jog over to their offices for papers, payment et al.
The road construction is still playing havoc with our phone lines...
Yes, we grappled and lumbered into the New Year. We had to kickstart a new English Teacher(Ms. Karett Brown) in Mobay. We had to clear up backlogs of transcripts, review SAT scores, see to acceptances and congratulate or commiserate with some. We were ecstatic about our Ms. Stephens and Karenga, the results remain strong from the Kingston quarters.
I chose February to take leave because I do know at this time, most colleges will be reading files. The action for consultations will diminish to a slow haul whereas March will be very busy, back to tears of joy or sorrow.
I am still happy with the acceptances and scholarships some of you have been receiving. The path looks rosy. I also want to say that the time has come to apply to external scholarships, the resource book is in th...