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PHUKET: QSI International School Phuket graduated another group of six secondary students recently.

The graduation ceremony was held at Centara Karon Resort where 100 guests attended the ceremony, which included several singing and dancing performances by QIS students. After receiving their diplomas, two of the graduating students, Jasmin Jadick and Jakob Klaic gave speeches thanking the school, their teachers and fellow students for the support they received during their time at the school.

A look at the graduating class at QSI Phuket. Video: Phuket Today

Literature and Writing teacher James Geary, who was also the supervising teacher for the graduating class, praised the student’s hard work and dedication.

“They are truly a special group of people and they will be missed on campus,” he said.

The six graduates have a diverse range of interests, study goals and career choices which they will pursue in the coming years. Here is a brief overview of some of those aspirations:

  • Kevin Becker plans to return to Germany, with hopes of joining the military.
  • Jasmin Jadick also will return to Germany later in the year, with plans to pursue a career in the hospitality business.
  • Aidan Massey will continue his studies during the next few months, to learn about electrical engineering before he begins mining work in Western Australia.
  • Tei Lim will be returning to South Korea, to begin his studies at university or to complete his civil service duties.
  • Jim Sae-Ear has already begun his studies at Mae Fah Luang University in Chiang Rai, where he is enrolled in the Aviation Faculty.
  • Jakob Klaic has enrolled as a student at Assumption University in Bangkok, where he will be studying business administration and international finance.

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