Canadian Independent College, Ghana (CIC Ghana), a leading Preeminent North American Day and Boarding school, has promised to produce professionals who will play leading roles in the Ghanaian economy.
This it believes will help expand the economy significantly.
CIC held its 16th graduation ceremony at the campus of its Primary Division located in Airport Residential Area, Accra.
The colorful event was attended by high profile personalities, families of the graduates, and staff of the reputable first Canadian High School in sub-Sahara Africa.
The ceremony showcased 42 amazing students of the 2022 graduating class who plan to major in Accounting, Arts, Artificial Intelligence, Architecture, Business, Computer Science, Design, Economics, Engineering, Medicine, Law, Nursing, and Life Sciences.
All graduates achieved acceptance into top-class universities all over world; with about 70% of the graduates going to Canada for their University programmess and the remaining going to the U.S.A, Europe, other top universities across the globe to complete their post-secondary education. This inspiring and hardworking class of 2022 had more than 80% of graduates receiving the ‘Ontario Scholar’ Award.
CIC Ghana continues its proud history of 100% University Placement for all graduates.
Canadian Independent College, Ghana (CIC Ghana) is a leading premium day and boarding North American university preparatory college providing a nurturing and positive learning environment.
Established in 2008, CIC Ghana has been providing innovative and inclusive programmes based on high academic standards tailored to meet the needs of each individual student.
CIC Ghana represents excellence in preparing students for entrance into Universities and Colleges throughout the world. The school has a proud history of placing 100% of its graduates.
The mission of Canadian Independent College, Ghana (CIC Ghana) is to promote excellence and integrity in learning in all its forms; to develop the intellectual, ethical, emotional and physical capabilities of each individual. CIC students will indeed meet the challenges of today and the future, thus enriching the global community.
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