The New dormitory

  

 THE NEW DOMITORY

      In a thriving swarm of ever-busy bees, the necessity of a comforting home is mandatory. For this reason, the bees diligently work in utmost unity to creatively come up with an outstanding beehive. Similarly, we as Ngara Girls’ High School, decided to emulate the beehive concept for similar reasons.

               Our school, comprised of hardworking students, thought it best to give the working bees a home of their own. Just as a beehive comes up progressively, the new dormitory that is still under construction is following suit, as it is gradually making incredible progress. Though not complete, the current appearance of the structure gives an aesthetic impression of what is to be expected. One can only wonder how exceptionally beautiful the building will be if it already looks wonderful in its incomplete state. In a school set-up, comfort is of the essence and the dormitory shows signs of incorporating it in its complex structure. The new dormitory, dubbed “the beehive”, primarily aims at accommodating students in a conducive environment for the achievement of better grades. Playing this critical role, the construction process has gained popularity from both the school community and external sponsors. Owing to this popularity, the building is steadily heading for a successful completion. In line with this, the school will then be able to comfortably incorporate more “bees” into the already buzzing swarm it has. The structural vision of the building is simply creative and fantastic. The architectural design has strategically been laid down to cater for everyone’s needs. The building will comprise of four well-laid stories, each structurally differentiated and modified into twenty four rooms. For effective privacy in the spacious rooms, each room will accommodate only four double-decker beds to make the students’ stay comfortable. There is no better way of bringing home’s comfort and serenity to school than to reduce the current congestion in the dormitories. “The beehive” thus lives up to its name since like an actual beehive, it will be able to accommodate numerous hardworking individuals. True to the fact, the dormitory will hold seven hundred and sixty eight of the school’s dutiful bees, satisfying their needs to the letter. Though the construction of the beehive has advanced positively, the school is encouraging any caring and generous organization or individual to support the worthy project by extending a helping hand.              

          

In a thriving swarm of ever-busy bees, the necessity of a comforting home is mandatory. For this reason, the bees diligently work in utmost unity to creatively come up with an outstanding beehive. Similarly, we as Ngara Girls’ High School, decided to emulate the beehive concept for similar reasons. Our school, comprised of hardworking students, thought it best to give the working bees a home of their own. Just as a beehive comes up progressively, the new dormitory that is still under construction is following suit, as it is gradually making incredible progress. Though not complete, the current appearance of the structure gives an aesthetic impression of what is to be expected. One can only wonder how exceptionally beautiful the building will be if it already looks wonderful in its incomplete state.  In a school set-up, comfort is of the essence and the dormitory shows signs of incorporating it in its complex structure. The new dormitory, dubbed “the beehive”, primarily aims at accommodating students in a conducive environment for the achievement of better grades. Playing this critical role, the construction process has gained popularity from both the school community and external sponsors. Owing to this popularity, the building is steadily heading for a successful completion. In line with this, the school will then be able to comfortably incorporate more “bees” into the already buzzing swarm it has.The structural vision of the building is simply creative and fantastic. The architectural design has strategically been laid down to cater for everyone’s needs. The building will comprise of four well-laid stories, each structurally differentiated and modified into twenty four rooms. For effective privacy in the spacious rooms, each room will accommodate only four double-decker beds to make the students’ stay comfortable. There is no better way of bringing home’s comfort and serenity to school than to reduce the current congestion in the dormitories.“The beehive” thus lives up to its name since like an actual beehive, it will be able to accommodate numerous hardworking individuals. True to the fact, the dormitory will hold seven hundred and sixty eight of the school’s dutiful bees, satisfying their needs to the letter. Though the construction of the beehive has advanced positively, the school is encouraging any caring and generous organization or individual to support the worthy project by extending a helping hand.           

     

 

 

 

                      

        

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