Student aims for more glory

TONOTA: Gape Mokoto of Sefhare was rewarded for her outstanding academic results last Friday at the regional annual excellence awards.

The 18-year-old former Sefhare Junior Secondary School student is the best overall junior certificate (JC) holder in the northern region with a merit grade comprising eight As and one B.She told Mmegi that she still wants to achieve more. Mokoto started her education at Hillcrest Primary School in Gaborone before moving to Sefhare.She is presently doing form four at Maru-a-pula Secondary School.

"I obtained eight grade As and one B. I won a scholarship to study at Maru-a-pula Secondary School where I am currently doing my form four," she said.Mokoto comes from a family of three - her mother, Tshegetsang Mokoto and father, Dipeke Tsemane."I always wanted to pass with a merit," she said.She said that she works hard everyday in her studies because she wants to do her A-levels in London.

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