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Warm, sunny, long days. Hints of summer smells like coconut oil, pineapple, mints and strawberries. The sound of flip flops and gulls. There is no doubt about it, but summer time is here! And with that, the academic year of 2017/18 is over for us here at IEGS. I wish to thank our students and super hero like staff team of teachers and administrators for making this another memorable academic year. Your commitment, dedication and hard work is what makes all the ideas in school, small or large, come to life and be such a success. Thank you once again for making the year a great one!

On Friday June 8 th , we celebrated and bid farewell to our graduating class of 2018. This year’s graduation saw a Star Wars theme in both my Principals address and the music choice for the graduate’s running out of school (Star Wars theme song – opening credits). How about that! A wise green Jedi Master once said, “difficult to see, always in motion is the future”. Here at IEGS, we are confident that our graduating classes have been trained well for creating their future in the journey ahead. We will continue preparing our first and second year students with the skills they need for creating their futures.

Summer is calling and we must go. So students and staff, use this time away from IEGS to reflect, evaluate and prepare for the next phase. Enjoy your summer break, you do deserve it. Rest, be safe, spend time with family and friends, read a book and have fun! I look forward to seeing you again in August….

/ Dr Heimeier

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