Gospel High School marks 52nd anniversary

Gospel High School Year 13 students take a break from the Mission Day celebrations at their school today. Picture: ATU RASEA

GOSPEL High School celebrated its 52nd anniversary today and they remembered the founders of their school that was established in 1967.

Students, teachers, as well as former students attended the Mission Day celebrations, which were held at Foster Hall – named after the school’s founder Foster Crane.

The three-day event is themed ‘Celebrating God’s Faithfulness’.

“It is a celebration of those that started this school intending to produce academically and spiritually-grounded students,” school manager and former principal Daiana Nainoca said.

“The three-day event is a celebration of God’s faithfulness to those that have served and studied in this school.”

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