MOE/WAEC Release provisional results of West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations

Monrovia-Liberia – The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the West African Examination Council (WAEC) today has commenced the release of the official results of the 2018/2019 academic year West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) provisional. The WASSCE which consisted of nine (9) subjects was originally administered to 39,887 12th graders between the period of April 24, 2019 and May 14, 2019 at 237 (Two Hundred. Thirty Seven) centers nation-wide.

The current statistics of the result release thus far points to a significant improvement in the results compared to last academic year 2017/2018. Total of 39,887 candidates registered for the examinations from 651 (Six hundred, fifty one) schools, while only a total of 39,580 (Thirty nine thousand five hundred, eighty) candidates completed the examinations comprising of 20,778 (twenty thousand, seven hundred, seventy eight) males and 18,802 (eighteen thousand eight hundred, two) females. Of the students who completed, a total of 28,408 (twenty eight thousand four hundred, eight) candidates representing 71.22% where private schools students and 11,479 (Eleven thousand, four hundred, seventy nine) representing 28.78% were public schools students.

Current results show that a total of 27,251 students’ constituting 68.85% passed the Examinations while 12,329 constituting 21.15% failed. Also, 8,714 candidate’s results are being withheld for examination mal-practices. Interestingly there was a jump in the total number of students who passed with credits in 5 subjects including Mathematics & English to 13 students.

Accordingly, 605 of the 651 schools recorded all candidates passing in at least one subject, while a total of 46 schools recorded all students’ failure. The Ministry of Education declares those 46 schools not eligible to host graduation ceremony for academic year 2018/2019 as they are urged to place their students into the next private (re-sitters) examinations.  Please find below the list of 46 schools that recorded all candidates’ failure in all subjects:

NOTE: The Ministry of Education warns that would be violators will pay the fine of LRD250, 000 (Two hundred, fifty thousand Liberian dollars) for each authorized student who they graduate notably, any student who fails WASSCE is not eligible to participate in graduation ceremony. In same vein, the Ministry is also calling on all parents, school administrators and students to call on the Ministry of Education in the case of any unethical act and violation of graduation regulations.


No School code Name of school County
1 2041088 Alexander Ketter Academy Grand Cape Mount
2 2111079 Bahn Catwba high school Nimba
3 2041018 Bo Community School Grand Cape Mount
4 2001502 Brighton School of Adult Literacy Montserrado
5 2111044 Buutuo high school Nimba
6 2011056 C. H. Dewey High School (PM) Bomi
7 2081204 Children Hope Senior high school Margibi
8 2001629 Congo Town Elem/Jr/Sr high School Montserrado
9 2021291 D. Elaine Harris Baptist high school Bong
10 2021017 David Fejue High School Bong
11 2111170 Duoplay Public high school Nimba
12 2081212 E. J. Yancy high school Margibi
13 2001087 Elder John Massey High School Montserrado
14 2051200 Faith International Christian School System Grand Gedeh
15 2001099 Frank M. Reid Christian School Montserrado
16 2021029 G. W. Gibson high school Bong
17 2061012 Garraway Central high school Grand Kru
18 2041003 Gbesseh Public School Grand Cape Mount
19 2081207 Harbel Extension high school Margibi
20 2141041 Harrison Grigsby United Methodist high school Sinoe
21 2011142 Jenneh Public School Bomi
22 2081459 Jireh Community International School Margibi
23 2051089 Johnny G Garley Memorial high school Grand Gedeh
24 2091050 Karloken Community School Maryland
25 2101916 King Fahd Memorial high school Montserrado
26 2051125 Konobo Central high school Grand Gedeh
27 2001724 Lebanese CedarSchool Montserrado
28 2101402 Lowell  AG Chrisian Academy Montserrado
29 2101005 My Brothers Keeper Academy Montserrado
30 2061008 P. G. Wollor high school Grand Kru
31 2101462 Paynesville Central Academy Annex 3 Montserrado
32 2181109 Paynesville Community high school Annex 1 Montserrado
33 2081208 Pentecostal Conquerors Academy Margibi
34 2091006 Pleebo Extension high school Maryland
35 2111060 Sanniquellie Central high Extension (PM) Nimba
36 2061023 Sasstown High school Grand Kru
37 2111045 Saywah Doe Memorial Public high school Nimba
38 2091111 St. Stephen Episcopal high school Maryland
39 2051101 Suah Memorial Institute Grand Gedeh
40 2051026 Te Memorial Institute Grand Gedeh
41 2041052 Tiene-Wonde high school Grand Cape Mount
42 2051028 Tubman Wilson Institute Grand Gedeh
43 2101491 United Christian Academy Montserrado
44 2021342 William R, Tolbert high school Bong
45 2051211 Wochrrc Senior high Grand Gedeh
46 2111040 Zekeh Memorial high school Nimba


The Ministry extends warmest felicitation and appreciation to WAEC head office, plotters, supervisors, monitors  and education stakeholders who participated in the smooth and successful conduct of the 2018/2019 WASSCE Examinations. Special appreciation to the many teachers who offered tutorial services during the Saturday special classes in preparing these students. Congratulations to all students who successfully passed this year’s WASSCE.

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Ministry of Education – Liberia


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