LKC recognises top achievers

LKC Form 5 top achievers
LKC Form 5 top achievers

Gaborone-based Livingstone Kolobeng College (LKC) held its annual prize-giving ceremony last week as learners across all levels were recognised for their best performances and achievements as they received certificates of appreciation and trophies.

Speaking during the occasion the guest speaker, Titus Mbuya, who is the managing director of the Mmegi Group of Companies, said: “Over the past decades this institution has achieved an international reputation for its IGCSE and A-Level results, with 99% credit pass rates in all subjects in its IGCSE (Form 5), and AS and A2 levels results”.

Mbuya said, in its latest 2021 IGCSE results, LKC exceeded itself with a record percentage of 69% A-star grades, with 74% of its candidates attaining three or more A-stars, and nearly a third of students gaining 48 points.

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