Teachers and students at Bobbili’s Asian Aid School for the Blind have reason to celebrate. All the students from the school who took the SSLC exam this year passed and received first-class.
All great things start from small beginnings. Mr and Mrs Moses founded Asian Aid School for the Blind in Narsapur in 1993 at the request of Mrs Helen Eager, with only seven students. For the 2022-2023 academic year, over 85 students from different parts of India have enrolled.
Ganesh Vangapandu received a score of 80%, and he was the highest-scoring student in his class. He is delighted with the results. Ganesh beams as he says, “I’d like to be a police officer.” Sai Laxmi, who scored a 74%, is pleased and can’t stop smiling. Her perseverance has paid off. She shared her excitement for her Intermediate class at Asian Aid School, which will begin on July 4th, 2022.
English teacher, John Prasad, encourages the students, “God will reward you with the same triumph in the future.”
Dear Graduates! We understand that you may sometimes be disappointed, confused, perplexed, and exhausted, but keep going. Give it your all – you’re almost there — and know that no matter what happens next, you have what it takes to live an extraordinary life. Your journey will be tortuous, unexpected, and magnificent, as it should be. Don’t let obstacles or detours make you doubt your potential or the depth and richness of who you are. Know that the school will be there for you every step of the journey. Asian Aid School for the Blind wishes you the best of luck in your future adventures.