Nauru Secondary School

Nauru Electoral Commission assists school with perfects elections

The NEC used Nauru’s election and counting system to select the school’s nominated candidates and determine their 2020 Prefects.

There were seven seats for each of the boys’ and girls’ categories, a total of 14 seats to be won.

Registered students from all levels were eligible to cast their vote for both categories.

A total of 325 votes in each category were cast which is a good turnout.

Nauru Secondary School receives 12 new WiMAX units from Digicel

CEO at Digicel, Ben Kealy, said that: “he was extremely happy to support the NSS and hoped that FREE internet access and Wi-Fi would help the students at the NSS develop their education - especially those in Years 11 and 12 who have project works to complete in their final years at the school.

TVET automotive centre in Nauru

The new building was built by Central Meridian Inc and is situated between Nauru Secondary School and the Nauru Police station.

It is much nearer to the school, by the coastline.

The opening ceremony for the earning village TVET automotive centre commenced with Nauru secondary school students singing the national anthem followed by an opening prayer rendered by Pastor Roger Mwareow.