International Youth Day is observed annually on 12 August. It is an opportunity to pay attention to youth issues worldwide.
“The theme of International Youth Day 2019, is “Transforming education”, and this highlights efforts to make education more relevant and inclusive for all youth. To ensure quality education, and promote a lifelong learning opportunity for all,” stated in an article on the United Nations website.
Therefore quality education will always remain the top priority at Ed-U College High School. This encourages learning, growth and personal success.
Known for its excellent level of teaching, Ed-U College High School has established itself as one of the top independent schools in Nelson Mandela Bay. Situated in the urban heart of Port Elizabeth, the school is open to all learners who are interested in creating the best future.
Deputy Director of E-Square Education, Malanie Ferreira, said that the school is committed to ensuring that learners reach their full potential in academic, cultural, and sporting spheres.
The Arts Academy, provides learners with the opportunity to develop their talents or acquire new skills. “We have a Creative Mind Stimulation approach to learning.”
Furthermore Ferreira explained that all staff are highly skilled. Hence it aims to provide learners with the best education possible.