Screen_shot_2013-10-25_at_7.43.02_PMIn commemoration of their 60th anniversary, Muffles College High School held a Mega Alumni Mixer last night. Since its inception in 1953, Muffles College High School has been providing quality and exceptional education to its students. The achievements of the institution to date are countless and as student enrolment grows, so do the challenges. But that aside, last night’s reunion served two purposes.


Maria Johnston, Principal, Muffle College High School


“We had Alumni Mixer, it is a first of its kind in Belize for a high school to be inviting the graduates to just get together and to mingle and to reconnect with the school.”


Irvin Aragon – Reporter


“Of course as you said, to mingle and to get to together but what exactly would you say is the fundamental purpose of this event?”


Maria Johnston, Principal, Muffle College High School


“We are celebrating a grand event which our 60th anniversary, Muffles College started in 1953 and up to 2013 we had 6o years of dynamic, scholastic experiences for our students.  We had the persons who were there were from the graduating class of 1952 all the way to the graduating class of 2011 so there was a whole cross section of graduates. We had about a hundred persons I would say more or less, but what this has done  for us is to make sure that the steering committee that we have which is made up of graduates of the school, for example Mr. Rosendo Urbina Sr., Mr. Alvaro Alpuche, Mr. Armando Valdez, as well as Mr. Efrain Martin, they have committed themselves to work with Muffles College to make sure that as we celebrate our 60th anniversary we achieve one of our major goals, one of our major dreams that our parents and community already know about that of building  an Auditorium for the high school.”


The event also served to inform past students about the institutions latest project which is the construction of the high school’s auditorium. The good news is that past graduate’s committed to work hand in hand with the present management of the school to ensure that the auditorium becomes a reality.

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