Liberia: Holistic Academy Offers 25 Scholarships

The New Dawn, Margibi County — The Holistic Liberia Academy in Kakata, Margibi County has offered 25 scholarships to elementary students through the Morning Glory program of the Zion Christian Fellowship Church in the ‘World Bank Community’ in Kakata. The year-long scholarship program is expected to benefit less fortunate students who are willing to enroll in the afternoon session of school.

Speaking with The NewDawn on the campus of the Holistic Liberia Children Academy recently, its Vice Principal, Pastor Moses Bainda, said the scholarships were offered as a humanitarian gesture to less fortunate students, who are out of school or whose parents cannot afford to pay their tuitions.

He noted many kids in the county are out of school, roaming the streets of Kakata, doing nothing. Pastor Bainda said the scholarships will mainly benefit students enrolling in the afternoon session and that a short list will come from Pastor Payne Clark of the Zion Christian Fellowship Church.

In a related development, Pastor Clark has confirmed receiving 25 scholarships from the school, stating that the Administration of the Holistic Liberia Children Academy told him as a result of the positive impact of the Morning Glory program in Margibi, they have decided to be a blessing to students in the county through the program.

Pastor Clark additionally said the scholarship program is open to every deserving student, noting that it will not be distributed to only students who attend the Zion Christian Fellowship Church though it was offered through one of its programs, Morning Glory.

Morning Glory is a week-long program hosted by the Zion Church more than twice a year in the ‘World Bank Community’ in Kakata, attracting over 800 audiences.

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