Prof. Abednego F. O. Amartey, Vice Chancellor of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), has donated 300 mathematical sets and pens to the final year students of La Presbyterian Senior High School (La PRESEC).
The donation, made during Prof. Amartey’s working visit to La PRESEC, aims to boost the students’ preparations for the upcoming West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
He encouraged the students to maximize the use of the mathematical sets and consistently strive for success.
Additionally, Prof. Amartey emphasized the significance of decision-making in shaping one’s future development.
He urged the students to make thoughtful choices that will contribute to their overall progress in life.
“The choices you make now will determine the future you will have. The person you become and the level you reach are a reflection of the choices you make,” Prof. Amartey stated.
The Head Boy of La PRESEC received the mathematical sets and pens on behalf of his colleagues and expressed their heartfelt gratitude for the generous donation.
He assured Prof. Amartey that they would utilize the sets to improve their academic performance.
Accompanying the Vice Chancellor to the school were Ms Ivy Heward-Mills, Deputy Public Affairs Director, Dr Ibn Kailan Abdul-Hamid, Head of the Department of Marketing, Judith Serwaa Adjei, Assistant Registrar at the Public Affairs Directorate, and Mr Thomas Appiah Kubi Asante, Assistant Registrar and School Officer for the Weekend School.