News from SCIS:
13th November 2017
The entire staff and student body at St. Constantine’s International School was saddened by the tragic loss of one of our very own students, Nolan Kishe, a senior student in Year 13 who suffered a Cerebral Aneurysm. Nolan (15) was an enthusiastic, ambitious, focused, innovative young man who would always choose service above self.
Everyone who was fortunate enough to know him would testify that he made a positive impact on their lives in many different ways. He excelled in his classes and was a leader in extracurricular activities like Round Square and football U15. Nolan was the President and Founder of a Titans News Network (TNN), a network which covers all our school events and we cannot express the loss we have suffered following his passing.
It has been very difficult for all of us to face the loss of such a young person. However, we chose to celebrate his life through a memorial service held at SCIS Main Campus on Thursday 2nd November 2017, where everyone was reminded to focus on practising ways that honour Nolan’s memory.
It is clear that Nolan would have made a great impact on the world as he developed into a young adult. SCIS Student Council and the entire school leadership would like to thank everyone who has been with us during this difficult time. Our sincere condolences go out to the family and friends of our dearest Nolan Kishe.
May he Rest In Peace.