Join us for our Annual Christmas Fund-Raising Dance & Retirement Celebration
Dear Esteemed Regentonians and Guests:
Thank you immensely for taking time out of your busy schedule to visit our website. I do not believe that you came here out of chance. God ordained this moment for you to peruse this association’s page for several reasons.
First, God wanted you to be part of a legacy that hopes to transform the Grammar school into a cutting edge institution in this century and beyond.
Second, God wants to use you to help support our alma mater through your talents and financial resources so that our alma mater will continue to be the premier institution in West Africa.
Third, if you are Regentonian, God is calling you to serve your fellow human beings and to help change the course of history for our young men who yearn for a better life in Sierra Leone.
I am enormously elated to serve as president of this august body of Regentonians in the West Coast at a very special time in the school’s history. It is a pivotal moment for the Grammar school. A time that promises so much hope for our school even as we bid farewell to Mr. A. J. Lasite.
Yes, we will never find a noble and majestic man like Mr. Lasite, but we can be hopeful that he has created an atmosphere for excellence. He has left the school an indelible mark that we can use to create an even bigger impact that will be felt globally. We must all work together to bring this to fruition.
I challenge you to make a donation of a $100.00, $500.00, or a $1,000.00 or more to help a child with his educational goals or to assist in one of our worthy projects to help the expand the school.
We also ask you to volunteer your time and talents either through one of the alumni associations in the Diaspora or at the school to assist a young Regentonian live up to his full potential.
Please feel free to contact us via e-mail or through this website if you want to offer your services to our dynamic school.
I pray that God will bless you and yours immeasurably for all you do to touch lives and create hope for our young and impressionable Regentonians currently enrolled at the school in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa.
Rodney Hume-Dawson, Ph. D.