JENNIFER YHAYE (CLASS OF 2014)
Now the skies are no longer the limit.
Contact us: Let’s celebrate our achievements
It’s been a while since I last contacted you but I wanted to announce to you that I graduated from Binghamton University, State University of New York this May!
Aside from having earned my Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Environmental Planning and a minor in Biological Sciences, I was the secretary of UNICEF at Binghamton University and the Programming Chair of the Transfer Students Association, as well as a dancer on the campus African dance team and a volunteer for our Student Association’s Programming Board. My time at Morning Glory taught me club involvement and participation were a major element of college life and can lead not only to great learning experiences but also great networking opportunities.
My next step is to enter the working world and then continue in my studies towards my Master’s degree in Fall 2018. I’d like to thank all my teachers at MGIS who helped me grow and realize my potential throughout my high school years!
Some old Students at the 16th High School Graduation
Martha Sylla recently graduated from Perdue University
Mbonampeka Dominique – a former student visited the school
University of Notre Dame
I hope you are well. I wanted to share the great news with you, I have graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a major in Political Science and a minor in Sustainability. Thank you so much for all your support. I would not have made this far if I had not gotten your support as well the great MGIS education.
NDSU engineering honor society inducts new members
New members have been inducted into NDSU’s Gamma Tau chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, the honor society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Scott Smith, chair of electrical and computer engineering, presided over the Dec. 9 event.
Of the 12 new members, Kelvin Abambora- Junior is an old student of MGIS.
The honor society recognizes and encourages excellence in electrical and computer engineering.
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology, with more than 420,000 members in about 160 countries.Source
Graduated recently from Liberty University
Océane Marie Tanny
Faculty award, summa cum laude, honors student
We are proud of you
Jean Noalick Morane Aboa
This is Jean Noalick Aboa, I wanted to let you know that I graduated for my bachelor degree in Chemistry on December 10 2016. I wanted to thank you for everything you have done for me. I am still grateful to you and to MGIS to have made me who I am today.
Thank you very much
Resident Director, Dossett & West Halls
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for everything and inform you that I graduated with a Bachelor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology with Honors and Cum Laude distinction. I want you to know how much I appreciate all of the time and energy you and MGIS put into helping me throughout my High School experience. It was a wonderful feeling to know that I could always count on your encouragement, support, and guidance. You gave great advice. Thank you so much for everything. I won’t forget it!
MGIS ALUMINA GETS ADMITTED TO NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
It is not unusual for Morning Glory International Students to excel academically and community-wise on their various university campuses across the world.
This week, January 24th Faikat Moliki, Class of 2016, pursuing a Computer Science Programme at Northern Kentucky University, gained admission into the school’s highly prestigious National Honor Society – Alpha Lambda Delta – founded in 1924. This admission is evidence of her high academic achievement on the Dean’s List for her first year in University.
In her letter notifying us of this achievement Faikat noted that this would not have been possible without the strong educational foundation laid whilst a student at Morning Glory International School.
We are happy for her achievement and entreat her to keep up the good effort.
Some of the Old Students at the 15th High School Graduation