Although they’ve practically just begun their school lives, kindergarten students earned their first diplomas at the Aksorn Group of schools.
The March 14 ceremony at Aksorn Thepprasit School saw 254 youngsters graduate. More than 500 Prathom 6 and Mathayom 3 students also earned their diplomas from Aksorn Group Manager Paveena Modrakhee.
Paveena Modrakhee begins the ceremony by lighting candles to pay homage to Buddha and HM the King.
As the 6- and 7-year-olds squirmed in their seats, Thepprasit School Professor Duangdao Nuankhum addressed the staff, teachers and students. The graduation procession started an hour later with an overflow crowd watching the proceedings on a 200-inch projector in the conference room.
After Santi Charoensiri, 7, from Aksorn Naklua School accepted the last certificate, Aksorn Thepprasit students put on a classical Thai dance show, which was followed the singing of the national anthem.
Paveena Modrakhee awards the final certificate to Santi Charoensiri, 7, from Aksorn Naklua School
In all, 95 kindergarten level 3 students from Aksorn Naklua School, 94 from Aksorn Pattaya School and 65 from Aksorn Thepprasit School graduated. Diplomas were awarded to 286 students from Prathom 6 and. 262 students from Mathayom 3.
The Aksorn Group consists of five schools, including Aksorn Business School in Rayong and Aksorn Technology College Pattaya, and was founded 43 years ago by Nikhom Modrakhee.
Santi Charoensiri enjoys the spoils of being last, as he poses with some of his pretty classmates.
Hundreds of kindergarten students earn their first diplomas at the Aksorn Group of schools.
Young students perform the national anthem.