A lecturer at the Dominica State College has encouraged top students of the graduating class of 2O21, to be prepared to make sacrifices along the way.
Gail Sharplis, Head of the Dominica State College English department, sounded the advice at the college’s 2O21 Honors ceremony.
63 students were recognized at the ceremony, which took place at the Grace and Fellowship on Monday.
Sharplis told the honorees that, “they should be prepared to make sacrifices and that life is not easy.”
She reassured them that, “they have to work hard for everything.”
She further expounded that if the plan doesn’t work change the plan, but don’t change the goal.
Among the top students recognized during the honors ceremony were Khahill Richards, Zora Marie Xavier, Pryla Pamphile, fredmina Augustine, Tamira Cornelius, Kelsey Anthony, Joshua Fadelle, and Alysha Lugay.
The class of 2021 Honor Ceremony came ahead of the 2021 Dominica State College commencement ceremony for 299 students which will take place at the Windsor Park Stadium on Thursday morning. The Honorable Cassani Laville, Minister for Public Works and The Digital Economy, will deliver the featured address.