Maranatha Academy sends 153 students to public universities: Surpasses all schools

Maranatha Academy Managing Director, Ernest Kaonga    is delighted with the exceptional performance of Maranatha Academy Schools in Malawi during the  Malawi School Certification of Education (MSCE)  as the institution leads in sending many students to public universities in 2019.

Kaonga : Marantha has been outstanding

In an interview with Nyasa Times on Monday, Kaonga said this year alone, Maranatha Academy   have managed to send a   total of 153 students   to different universities in Malawi.

He said Maranatha Boys in Blantyre along the M1 road; Maranatha Girls in Machinjiri, Maranatha Academy in Nsanje and Liwaza in Nkhotakota are among the successful schools that have managed to send the 153 students to Universities.

For instance, Maranatha Boys has sent 69 students, while girls have sent 69. Maranatha Nsanje has 3 students, while Liwazi has seen 31 students selected to university.

The students have been selected to the following public Chancellor College, Polytechnic, College of Medicine, Kamuzu College of Nursing, Luanar and MUST.

Kaonga said they are particularly pleased that many girls have also been selected to pursue their studies in different universities, at this time, when girls’ access to education is seriously compromised due to a number of factors.

“The school commends girls at our school for their remarkable feat. This is a clear sign that the schools are dedicated in offering quality education to girls. This, in essence, contributes to attainment of some of the Millennium Development Goals: girl/women empowerment and poverty reduction.

“There is a popular adage which says when you educate a girl, you educate a nation,” he said

Meanwhile, Kaonga says they are ensuring  to maintain and in other cases improve to attain the best grades across all Maranatha schools.

“We will, in due course hold workshops for managers and teachers of Maranatha schools to share experiences, challenges and best practices as they continue to promote quality education in the country,” he said.

In Summary of how many students have been selected to different universities and colleges in 2019 under the following schools.

  1. Maranatha Academy -153
  2. Likuni-134
  3. St Mary’s -109
  4. Target -102
  5. Michiru View-85
  6. Mary Mount-74
  7. Zomba Catholic-68
  8. Ludzi Girls -68
  9. Lilongwe Girls-56
  10. Marist-51
  11. Chaminade-46
  12. Providence-43

 

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Ndendeuli
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Ndendeuli

Shupiti comments!

Nambuzo
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Nambuzo

Maranatha umatani reputable schools like Marist ,Chaminade,Box 2 osaiwona game. Even last year u were on top ,three guys had 6 points ukuonela akufufuzeni boooooo otherwise izi sizoona asanje onse anyeredwa

Zonke Zizwe
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Zonke Zizwe

Eish but kota system!!!

Sharif
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Sharif

What is the percentage of the students selected vs those that sat for the MSCE?

nzunduzo
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nzunduzo

As per press release ya NCHE ana omwe anapanga apply anali 24000 aplied 3000 have qulified to university Maranatha 153 congrats keep it up help our poor Malawi

Hlabezulu Ngonoonda
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Hlabezulu Ngonoonda

In Zambia, those 3 000 are selected to one public university. Thus, 1 600 girls and 1 400 boys = 3 000. Here in Malawi it means that those 3 000 are apportioned among Chanco, Poly, MUST, College of Medicine and Kamuzu College of Nursing. Very sad development. Can someone collect me if ‘am wrong?

Chengana
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Chengana

Collected. kkkkkk

Polomondo
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Polomondo

There are four schools contributing to 153. In all fairness, we should divide 153 by four. The result is 38 students. Is this a number to shine for? Or am I getting it wrong?

Bunduli
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Bunduli

The problem Malawians are joulosy thus why our nation athem mentions nsanje,well done maranatha umaitha pitilizani ambiri tithandizike at first we thought u are the best among private institutions but now its number one in the country viva Maranatha,Maprivate azipsa mtima kkkkkkkkk

Mgobolo
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Mgobolo

Yes they are 4 schools koma every school iri ndi ake Maranatha girls 69 Maranathaboys 69 and Maranatha liwalaz 31 then maranatha nsanje 3 .

Patrick
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Patrick

69+69+31+3=153????

CHIMULIRENJI
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CHIMULIRENJI

Congratulations to Maranatha. I have noted that you are doing this every year. Keep up the good work

Pangaunye
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Pangaunye

Zopanda mchere za ziiii. What percentage to the number of entrants at the school is that? Surely you can not compare with a school that had 129 students and 109 get selected or a school that had less than 70 and manages to produce 51.

Jabulan@yahoo.com
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U mean u cant follow the story . Maranatha mwakwana heavy 69 girl for maranatha girls and maranatha boys 69boys is not ajoke and palibe boys school yakhozesa like ur school u are number 1 ndi mbuli izi kuphatikizana ndi nsanje but congratulations Maranatha u are helping Malawi

Mbolembole
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Mbolembole

No nchere why , students have passed lets cangratulate Maranatha academy my child is in college of medecine with 6 points Maranatha is good school you cant they produce quality results .Thank u Maranatha proud of you guys

Patrick
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Patrick

Maranatha has done a good job yes,but it shouldn’t be portrayed as the best.
How many candidates sat for exams in those four schools?
And how many did in other schools?

Pangaunye
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Pangaunye

Chaka chino kunalibe 6 points akulu. Izi zikukambidwa apa ndi za 2018 results and its selection to Colleges that has just been released.

Gebuza
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Gebuza

We know that kuti kunalibe 6points it was last year when 3 boys got 6 points at Maranatha t but stil.maranatha had two students who did extremely well in this years results .two guys got 8 points .they were on second position in Malawi because the highest was with 7point from.chaminade komabe maranatha boys has beaten chaminade by sending 69 against 46 am telling u maranatha sikucheza thus boys side ,u can check no boys schools.has beaten maranatha boys and.girls side Maranatha girls is number 4 .thus it in brief but mind u these other schools they get cream students… Read more »