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Vision School Updates
Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. (Ephesians 3:20-21)

We praise God for the collaboration between St Patrick’s Secondary School Board and Vision School Board in raising RM20,588 for the Vision School Scholarship Fund. We thank all Board members and also church members who have been such great blessing in volunteering this great cause. For your information, we currently have 39 scholarship students out of which 19 are from our Anglican interior churches. Over the past ten years, our scholarship fund has helped 74 students (28 from Interior churches) to have quality education through our Vision School and continue their tertiary in local universities pursuing medicine, dentistry, engineering, education, law and other science disciplines. We are proud to see a few of them already graduated and starting their career. Most of all, we thank God that they are walking closely with the Lord Jesus Christ.

We also praise God for the steady growth of our Vision School. In order to better manage the three schools, our Vision School Board has taken the advice of our consultants to engage a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to work together with our Principals. This is to ensure that all three schools remain integrated in direction and ethos. This will also allow our Principals to focus and strengthen our schools academically. Our new CEO will also manage our administrative and account departments. Therefore, we will be merging all three schools admin and account departments into one. We believe this consolidation will not only serve our students/parents better but also prepare our school for greater growth.

God is truly faithful and answered our prayer for a person to take up the post of CEO. The Lord led Ms Jane Keasberry to respond to our invitation to lead our school. She has led her previous school successfully which has a similar set up like ours in Vision School i.e. 3 schools under one management. We believe her experience and leadership will lead our Vision School to greater heights in the near future.

Let us continue to pray for our Vision School to be a blessing to Tawau and future generations.

Bishop John Yeo