Students who have once attended MGIS are old Glorians. The idea behind the creation of this page is for our old students to have a long standing relationship with themselves and with the school.This page has been designed to make it easy for old students to stay connected with their year group, seniors, juniors and friends they made during their stay in Morning Glory from wherever they may be across the globe.Joining old Glorians will help you:

  • Participate in reunions and school events
  • Share your news with us (fellow gradates on our social media platforms)
  • Share your expertise with our students: by providing support messages and advice, acting as mentors etc.
  • Collaborate with the school reach out to its environs

Joel Ninsemon Yhaye

came to talk to the students during the Founder’s Day 2024.

He has written four books. 

Congratulations to our alumni, Soro Erin Mary-Frederique Tiepegue, who has just completed her master’s degree at the prestigious Purdue University. Keep soaring! Once a Glorian, always glorious..

The Adetola’s graduated from Liberty University – USA

Sabrina koumoin

She writes :
I graduated as the top student of my Computer Science class from Marymount University (USA), and now a Software Engineer at Nvidia in Silicon Valley.

Ubaidullah Lawal

He is now a superior police officer at Nigeria Police Force

Adom Takyi-Mensah presented her book

Souvereigna Amoako-Prempeh

Bijou Attey & Mum

Adom Kouame

University of Evansville (Indiana – USA)- Class of 2017

writes that she is on the Dean’s List.

Marie-Emmanuelle Takoré

(University of Bridgeport)- Class of 2017

Sent us this message:

I am very pleased to inform you that your outstanding academic performance during the Fall 2017 semester has earned you a place on the University of Bridgeport  President’s List.


Faikat is now a Google Intern.She writes:I recently got hired by Google as a Ready To Code Educator which involves working as a mentor for students in and high school interested to be in the technology field. Not only did they hire me, but they also made me a leader for the Girls Who Code organization.Thanks,FaikatFaikat Adeola MolikiComputer Science MajorMedia Informatics MinorNorthern Kentucky University – Class of 2020


has done it again – She was selected to be part of theW.E.B. Du Bois Honor Society |Welcome to the National Office of the W.E.B. Du Bois Honor Society

Farouk Adekunle – Class of 2017

sent this message to usBelow a message to you from Provost Kreuzman:Dear FaroukI am pleased to inform you that you have earned a place on the Provost’s list for your excellent academic performance during the Fall 2017 semester here at The American University of Paris. Congratulations on your noteworthy achievement! This is an accomplishment of which you can be proud.To recognize this important academic achievement, we have placed a notation on your transcript as you attained above the required GPA of 3.5.I wish you continued success in your studies and academic endeavors.Sincerely,HankHenry KreuzmanInterim ProvostThe American University of Paris

Marie-Isabelle Komaclo

Binghamton University


It’s been a while since I last contacted you but I wanted to announce to you that I graduated from Binghamton University, State University of New York this May!

Aside from having earned my Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Environmental Planning and a minor in Biological Sciences, I was the secretary of UNICEF at Binghamton University and the Programming Chair of the Transfer Students Association, as well as a dancer on the campus African dance team and a volunteer for our Student Association’s Programming Board. My time at Morning Glory taught me club involvement and participation were a major element of college life and can lead not only to great learning experiences but also great networking opportunities.

My next step is to enter the working world and then continue in my studies towards my Master’s degree in Fall 2018. I’d like to thank all my teachers at MGIS who helped me grow and realize my potential throughout my high school years!

Yours thankfully,

Marie-Isabelle Komaclo



Jean Noalick Morane Aboa


This is Jean Noalick Aboa, I wanted to let you know that I graduated for my bachelor degree in Chemistry on December 10 2016. I wanted to thank you for everything you have done for me. I am still grateful to you and to MGIS to have made me who I am today.Thank you very muchI would like to take this opportunity to thank you for everything and inform you that I graduated with a Bachelor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology with Honors and Cum Laude distinction. I want you to know how much I appreciate all of the time and energy you and MGIS put into helping me throughout my High School experience. It was a wonderful feeling to know that I could always count on your encouragement, support, and guidance. You gave great advice. Thank you so much for everything. I won’t forget it!


(CLASS OF 2014)

Studied at the 43 AIR SCHOOL in South Africa, Jennifer is now a commercial pilot. This feel is remarkable for the determination it inspires in us all to pursue our dreams.