The upgrade of Iarowari High School to Secondary status has been challenged by many factors.
School Principal, Andrew Moava, told EMTV News that despite this, the school administration is determined to provide accurate guidance for its pioneer Grade 12s.
Principal Moava said delays in Government’s TFF fees have been the major setback in building the school’s infrastructure.
This year, Iarowari will witness its pioneer Grade 12’s pass out. However School Principal, Andrew Moava, said the support needed is not always there to see the transformation of the school’s status.
“We must have inplace this facilities to elevate the learning process and standard of the school”, said Mr Moava.
In his 4th year as school Principal of Iarowari, Mr Moava says learning is the priority for the school administration however proper facilities must support this process. Mr Moava said more specialist buildings are needed.
The school administration is calling the Government, local MPs and any other interested organisations to support grow the school as a premier institution in the country.
The school currently has 569 students with 33 teachers and is now a Level 9 education institution.