Last Friday, St Mary’s College at Vaimoso readied themselves for their 60th anniversary that will be celebrated on the second of next month.
The school was divided into groups to perform in front of parents, families and friends.
Throughout its history, St Mary’s school in Samoa has maintained their commitment to provide a high standard of education at different levels.
St Mary’s School opened at Savalalo in 1956, and by 1958, they decided to shift the school at Vaimoso.
In 1969, the first new school building was built and in the same year, Peace Corps volunteers started to teach at St Mary’s College.
The first principal of the school at that time was Mrs. Emeritiano.
In 1980, the Parent Teacher Association was set up, and the late Tupua Tamasese Lealofi was the first Chairman while Tupua Tamasese Efi was the Vice Chairman of the committee. Here are some photos from Friday.