Officials of the school and the clergy cutting the ribbon to officially unveil the bus
Four former students of Seven Great Princes Academy, an established educational institution in the country, have donated a brand new 48-seater Volvo Bus to its alma mater.
The quartet – Dr. Raphael Brown, Yolande Brown, Quintina Brown and Gwendolyn Brown currently domiciled in the UK are doing exploits in their respective fields of endeavours.
To them, the gesture is in appreciation of what they describe as the right basic foundation the school (Seven Great Princes) offered them before their travel overseas to pursue their education.
They said in separate interviews after the presentation that the sound basic education at Seven Great Princes ensured their adaptability to higher education easily.
Gwendolyn, who is currently the assistant Vice President, Barclays in the UK said on behalf of her siblings, “We can’t be thankful enough for what Seven Great Princes has offered us, this is to say thank you to the authorities and teachers of our great alma mater.
“We look back and we have realised how positively Seven Great has impacted our lives. We believe the gesture will go a long way to support the school, indeed, this cannot be enough for the great tuition we received here. We realised how great Seven Great is when we travelled outside. We had the right foundation.”
Gwendolyn is skilled in Microsoft (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Public Speaking, Stakeholder Management and Leadership. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Politics from University of Southampton.
Her exceptional performance at ‘A’ Levels where she came first, scoring 100 per cent in English Literature became topical on many platforms.
In 2018, the Economic and Politics graduate crowned her academic prowess with a First Class with honours at the Southampton University, UK.