HHI Mission Secondary School is one of the oldest schools owned by the Blantyre Synod
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HHI Mission Secondary School has also been involved in charity works. Here, students visit Chichiri Prison in Blantyre to donate soap, sugar and other food items.
Geography Class visits Chitakale Tea Estates
HHI MISSION SECONDARY SCHOOL has lost one of its pillars, Mrs Chalamwendo. Burial arrangements will be comnunicated soon. May her soul rest in peace
The reading culture among students is at record low. Something must be done to encourage learners to read more. The novel MUST be encouraged!!!
Corruption and nepotism are a cancer that kills reputable institutions
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Schools have opened. Work hard our students
Closing day for this term is Friday, December 22. Schools will open on Monday, January 8 and all boarders are expected to arrive on Sunday, January 7.
Teachers that taught very well to be rewarded. 100% pass rate and more distinctions
We are now in the second half of term one. Mid term tests have been conducted. Weekly tests continue, though.
Mid term exams in progress
PTA MEETING All parents/Guardians that have children at this school are hereby informed that there will be a PTA meeting at the secondary school hall this Saturday, 11th November to start at nine o'clock in the morning. Among other things, we will discuss MSCE results of 2017 and students' discipline. It s our intention to seek means and ways to improve performance and general behaviour. It is our belief that the cooperation of parents and teachers with regard to these pertinent issues is of paramount importance. Our success is your success. Your attendance cannot be taken for granted. FOR MANAGEMENT AND PTA COMMITTEE.
2017 MALAWI SCHOOL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION EXAMINATION RESULTS. FROM 20 POINTS TO 29, WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING NAMES. 1. PRINCE KUDAKWASHE THETE 2. RODNEY MASEKO 3. MACLEAN MATHANDA 4. FISHER MATHEWE 5. KELVIN TEMBO 6. COMFORT SALETA 7. MATAMANDO KAPANDA 8. YAMIKANI BANDA 9. MWAIWATHU CHAMAMBALA 10. ANTHONY MWALE 11. LEVI SANJAMA 12. MTISUNGE NTHUKWA 13. EVALISTO WADABWA 14. CHANCY KAUNDA 15. MADALITSO ELIAS 16. ACKSON MWATHUNGA 17. KETTIE MUNTHALI 18. TIWONGE MZEMBE 19. LOITA KAPSON PHIRI 20. RODNEY MELLO 21. CATHERINE CHIKWETE 22. TAONGA NKHWAZI 23. MARVIN KATSONGA 24. WILLARD BANDA 25. EMMANUEL NDOVIE 26. LYNN MUNTHALI 27. LUCY MVULA 28. SANDRA MWALABU 29. EDWARD KATAMBIKA 30. MADALO MATANDIKA 31. MERCY MSUMBA 32. KINGSLEY BONOMALI 33. JUSTICE DONDA 34. ANNIE GALAGADE 35. IAN KWEPU 36. BRIAN MVUNDULA 37. JUSTIN BANDA 38. PETRO BINGALA 39. JULIUS NKHOMA 40. LAMECK NKHOMA 41. HASWELL LIKALAMU 42. PRAISE MALAMBA 43. CHIMWEMWE JULAYE 44. PRECIOUS LOTI 45. WILFRED MAGOMBO 46. JOSEPH DZINGOMVERA 47. AUSTIN HUWA 48. ERNEST MPATE 49. MADALITSO KAPINDA 50. TAPIWA MALONDA 51. FRANCIS KABANGO 52. FAITH CHAOLA 53. PERPETUAL CHAPOLA 54. PEACE ALIKO GAWANI 55. WILLIAM MKANDAWIRE. CONGRATULATIONS
The following students have scored between 10 points and 19 points in this year's Malawi School Certificate of Education Examinations. 1. Victor Makawa 2. Blessings Likomwa 3. Patrick Somanje 4. Abishag Kanjerwa 5. Francis Tambala 6. Portia Thyoka 7. Carolyn Thyoka 8. Isaac Kambiri 9. Lawrence Majawa 10. Maxmos Makonyola 11. Desire Mwasangwale 12. Humphrey Zilambalala 13. Raymond Tung'ande 14. Samson Logeya 15. Benjamin Matiti 16. Fatsani Mchenga 17. Wallan Mpangowalimba 18. Tiwonge Msowoya 19. Denzio Vincent 20. Chigonjetso Shaba 21. Natasha Kululanga 22. Hopeson Chanza 23. Gift Thomson 24. Brian Mandawala 25. Gladsome Phiri 26. Elizabeth Mapundi 27. Tamara Mkandawire 28. Frank Chakanga 29. George Golosi 30. Precious Manguluti 31. Maxwell Ngirazi 32. Gersom Nyama 33. David Bingala 34. Christopher Ngirazie 35. Costa Nyasulu CONGRATULATIONS
As Malawi celebrates Mothers' Day, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all mothers who have sent their children to this school. Happy Mothers' day.
Tomorrow, Friday September 29 is open day. This is a day when parents come to consult teachers on the progress of their children/wards. It is an opportunity for the parents and teachers to look into the academic life of the students so that together they come up with the best solutions for the benefit of the learners. The students meet a lot of challenges which need the attention of both the teachers and the parents. The process starts at around 8:30 in the morning up until 2:00 in the afternoon. Per Ardua ad Astra
All those who want to be enrolled at our school should report on Tuesday, September 19 for an entry examination. The candidates should bring K5,000 as administration fees. They will sit for English, Mathematics and Bible Knowledge. Results will be out the same day. For enquiries, call the secretary at 0884563268/0999421111 Per Ardua Ad Astra
First term begins this Monday, Sept 18th and ends on Friday, Dec 22 (14 weeks)
MSCE RESULTS NOT YET OUT. PEOPLE SHOULD AVOID LISTENING TO SPECULATION. WAIT FOR OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION WHICH IS DONE BY MANEB IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Schools are opening on Monday, 18th september. Boarders are expected to be in school by sunday, September the 17th. Fees for day scholars > K110 thousand. Boarders > K230 thousand. Bring all the fees or 50%. Finish the rest in two instalments. By second week of November, all balances must have been settled. Wishing all students a happy term. God bless you all.
LATEST UPDATES ON BLANTYRE SYNOD SCHOOLS EXAMINATION RESULTS (Forms 2 and 3: All the results from HHI Mission Secondary School, Domasi Mission Secondary School, Neno Girls Secondary School and St. Andrews Mission Secondary School will be released formerly (officially) by the Synod Education Office latest by Friday. For enquiries, contact the Deputy Head Teacher (only HHI) Mr. F. Chadzala on 0881803200. For form one, you may contact the same officer later today or any time tomorrow. HHI, Per Ardua ad Astra
Watch this page. We will put statistics of the pass rate in all forms that sat for the Synod Exams. Invite your friends to like this page.
Form one and form two examination results will be out this week. Those that have been withdrawn on academic grounds will be informed by the school.
Invite your friends to like this page for easy communication. The results for forms two and three end of year exams are out. For enquiries, send a message.
Form three end of year results are out.
Burial of late Mr. Jimu will take place this afternoon at Linthipe in Dedza. Mr. Jimu died yesterday morning after some illness. Late Mr. Jimu was employed as a guard but later he became a plumber after Mr. Jonga who left about two years ago. He was a humble and hardworking man. May his soul in peace rest.
Schools are closing this week Friday, the 28th of July. The last papers will end at 10 o'clock. The last meal will be served at noon. Make sure they have transport or arrange to pick them on time. They get frustrated when all their friends are gone and they seem to be stranded.
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