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Christian Lives Dream

Overwhelmed with emotion, Christian Amato-Ali’s dream came true after he was inducted headboy of Marist Brothers High School yesterday. The 18-year-old student said he was happy and excited about taking
14 Feb 2015 16:08
Christian Lives Dream
From left: Marist Brothers High School headboy Christian Amato-Ali, student council president Atunaisa Korovulavula, deputy headboys Year 13 Lionel Monua and Ratu Simione Matanitobua, and deputy headboy Year 12 Sosiceni Senibulu after their induction at Lambert Hall in Suva yesterday. Photo: Jona Konataci

Overwhelmed with emotion, Christian Amato-Ali’s dream came true after he was inducted headboy of Marist Brothers High School yesterday.

The 18-year-old student said he was happy and excited about taking on the challenges of his new leadership role.

“I believe every boy in my school wants this title and I’m so lucky and honoured to be the headboy,” Christian said.

“The badges that we wear signify responsibility and leadership and I’m ready to accept the challenge.”

Christian strongly believes everything is possible if one is strong in mind and focused in life.

“Education is very important in everyone’s life and we should make the best use of this time to study and work hard,” he said.

“We have more than 700 students and I believe that we are strongly placed to uplift the standard of leadership to new heights.”

He said leaders needed to be responsible and accountable.

Christian wants to become a doctor later in life.

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