Recognizing Outstanding Students & Computer Class Graduates

February 17, 2010 at 2:53 am 1 comment

Sokvorn, the head teacher at Kravanh Bright Future Center, shares highlights from the outstanding student award ceremony, which serves to acknowledge the students’ efforts in the variety of classes they enjoy at the center.

In Kravanh Bright Future Center (KBFC), all the students can join extra classes which are Math, Chemistry, Physics, Khmer, English, French, and Computer Skills. To motivate the students to study hard, we provide awards to the outstanding students, based on scores and class performance. Doing that, they gain face and the other students would like to follow in their footsteps. All the awards are school supplies like dictionaries, pens, rulers, notebooks, pencils, and erasers.

In the award ceremony, KBFC gave certificates to the first computer course graduates. There were 36 students in the first computer courses. Computer is the only subject which is not in public school. It is the modern technology and the most interesting course in KBFC. Computers motivate them to go to KBFC because they learn more about the world. They also get certificates which are very useful for them when they apply for a job. The students were given honor because they were handed the certificates by Mr. Chris Peterson, of Trivani. They took a lot of photos with him.

All the First Computer Graduates got Certificates


Entry filed under: Cambodia.

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  • 1. chris peterson  |  February 17, 2010 at 10:46 pm

    I was very happy to be part of that evening of recognition for the students!


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