2021 Africa Top School Awards


Check out the current reigning Schools in Africa (Nigeria) and the 2021 Who’s Who in the Management of Basic and Secondary Education. The awards were presented in Lagos Sheraton Hotel Ikeja on May 18, 2021 by the Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo. The awards were presented in Abuja Green Minds Hotel Limited, Utako on May 20, 2021 by the Federal Minister of State for Education, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba.

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Rated Best Performing Senior School in platinum category by ABR2017.
2nd position in Education District III in Lagos State Schools Debate.
1st Position “Tiwantiwa” Yoruba Program in “Aroso” Epe constituency 2
2nd Best Vice Principal (Mr. Adetowubo A.A.) at the Education District III Merit Award 2018.
Quantum leap Annual Celebration Debate 1st position 2018.
Lagos Island Club Celebration Debate 1st position 2018.
Lagos School debate season IX. 2nd runner-up individual speaker 2018.
Chief Shofoluwe Memorial Table Tennis Competition 2nd position 2018.
Quantum leap Annual Celebration debate 1st position 2019.
Chartered Institute of Taxation Annual Celebration Debate 2nd position 2019.
World Science Day 1st position 2019. 4
Atlantic Hall Annual Inter-House Sport Competition –Relay Race. Boys 1st Position 3rd position Girls 2020
Archbishop Adetiloye Competition high School Epe Annual Sport Competition– Relay Race. Boys 2nd position girls 1st position.

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Surulere Secondary School which is situated at 31A Ladipo Labinjo Crescent was founded on the 26th September, 1980 with Mr V.K. Ogunyemi as the pioneer principal and 221 foundation students. By 2003, with the introduction of Senior and Junior Secondary Schools in Lagos, the school was split into two with the new name “Surulere Senior Secondary School” under the headship of Mrs. O.O. Carena.
To create a conducive environment for teaching and learning that fosters self-improvement and development of a child.
To provide different types of strategies, activities, and experiences for young people.
CORE VALUES: discipline, diligence and integrity. Student are groomed to be well rounded academically, morally, socially and spiritually
The school is known for academic excellence this is reflected in in our steady excellent performances in WASSCE result over the years.
Our unique achievement is not only on academic performances of the students, we also emphasize moral upright as prerequisite to sustain them in whatever academic pursuit or performances they have achieved or will achieve in the future. Our consistent effort and persuasion to uphold morality in all aspect of their lives yielded a positive result this year 2020. The students decided on their own to give their classes a befitting look with a beautiful touch of painting and decoration without the involvement of the school authority.
In the implementation of first session of boys conversation Café sponsored by Diamond Bank in conjunction with WARIF Women At Risk International Foundation in 2018/2019 session the school had significant results. The programme has been able to caution and change their mindset on inappropriate behavior, there is significant drop in activities such as drug and alcohol use, clubbing. Based on their active participation in the WARIF EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL PROGRAMME our students were invited to participate in fitness walk to campaign against violence against woman in January 2020.
Mentor and mentee programmer is also one of our unique achievements in the school. This is a programme where students are assigned to teachers for mentorship on their academic, moral, social and spiritual life, this programme made tremendous impact in the lives of student positively.
The role of critical thinking and problem solving skills which are part and parcel of our teaching and learning methods is also a great achievement to our success story; Critical thinking and problem solving are considered key skills for this uncertain future, especially considering how remote work seems to become more and more popular as the years go by. In the future, workers will be likely selected based on their ability to be independent from micro-managing and able to work with less supervision and even away from the office.
The school is presently having a population of five hundred and twenty students (520) with twenty-one (21) teachers and one (1) non-teaching staff under the headship of the principal Mrs. A.O. Aina.
1. The school won the best student in 2018 WAEC at District Merit award 2019.
2. The student who won the award Abdulwahab Mariam was celebrated both by the District and Lagos State ANCOPSS on their 33rd ANCOPSS CONGRESS at Alausa November 2019.
3. The school recorded (hundred percent) 100% in 2019 WAEC, scored 80.4% in the WASSCE 2017, 99.5% in 2016, 86.9% in 2015, 92.4 in 2014 and 90.2% in 2013.
4. Most of the students have secured admission in tertiary institutions of repute and they are all doing very well.
5. Most of our teachers were elevated from the position of class teacher to vice principal and vice principal to principal respectively.
6. The French students Ogunmola Tobilola andUgwuanyi Ifeyinwa participated in French competition organized by Nigerian Association of French Teachers on retirement ceremony of Mrs. Orakwe, Glory, took 4th position out of 15 schools that participated in February 2020.
7. The science students Mba Precious and Ibegbu Chiamaka participated in the science day competition organized by Eric Moore High School, took 3rd position out of 5 schools in February 2020.

AINA A.O. (Mrs.)
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Oriwu College was established in May 1949.
On the 6th of June, 2000, a plaque was unveiled by His Excellency, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the former Governor of Lagos State, commissioning new facilities and renaming Oriwu College as Oriwu Model College, Ikorodu.

The excellence attained by the school is as a result of the inputs of Lagos State Government, Education District II as well as the support received from the Old Students Association and our esteemed parents
The school has consistently become a pace setter in all its involvements both in academics and otherwise. This is evident in the honors roll received both at the District, State and National levels.
Our focus is to provide innovativeness, engaged experiences that prepare students for successful careers, active citizenship, and lifelong learning. Our students receive ample encouragement and counsel to forge ahead in their careers, both presently and in the nearest future.
We have learning centres with computer/interactive and internet facilities that encourage personal learning, also give exposure to Computer-Based Training and other cutting-edge educational opportunities.

Best teacher in Nigeria (2019)
Best school (Senior Secondary school category) 2019 Education District II Merit Award.
Best Principal (Senior Secondary school category) 2019 Education District II Merit Award.
Lagos State Safe School of the year Award (2019).
Lagos State Students Invention Platform 2nd Position Choreography (2019).
Lagos State Students Invention Platform – Season 11 (2019 Best Project Presenter).

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Presentation National High School is an all-girls, all boarding Catholic Secondary School, owned by the Catholic Archdiocese of Benin City. This school is located in a serene environment which is very conducive for learning in Ugbekun Community, Benin City, Edo State.
As a mission school saddled with the responsibility of providing a holistic education for the girl child, the institution has indeed lived up to its expectations as evident in the crop of students it produces yearly, their exploits in the various universities they secured admission into; and the feats performed by those who have graduated over the years and are now working in various companies, industries and parastatals, including some who are captains of industries. The performance of the old Girls Association is also very commendable.
This write up is intended to give an overview of how this great school has fared in the areas of providing holistic education and showcasing academic excellence. This performance would be viewed vis-à-vis its performance in external competitions, progressive admission of its students into the universities (both national and international), performance of these students in the various universities and how those who have graduated are performing in their various places of work and the society at large.
Also, to be considered is the role of the state of the art facilities which enhance the educational performance of these students.
Some of the areas Presentation National High school excelled in external competitions
i. 1st position Spell Bound Africa Competition organised by SKI HI entertainment, Lagos, 2010.
ii. 1st position Drama competition held at LUMEN Christi International Secondary School during their silver jubilee celebration 2011.
iii. 1st position Science competition held at LUMEN Christi International Secondary School during their silver jubilee celebration 2011.
iv. 3rd position Abuja Expo (2012) in a projects entitled “The Ethanol Cassathem plant”
v. State Champion (2012) in the Edo State Talent search junior category.
vi. State champion (2012) debating competition in Edo State organized by NAFDAC and also won the best speaker.
vii. State Champion in the Edo State organized Basketball competition in (2012).
viii. Award of excellence from Hallmark of labour with sets of computers for producing the overall best WASSCE Result in (2012).
ix. 1st position, free choice project (Senior category): Edo State Science Fair held in Idia College, Benin City (2013)
x. 1st position, National Stan- Mobil Organised Science Competition in Free choice project (2013) in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
xi. 1st position (2013) Essay competition on global warming, “the days after tomorrow” it was held at Immaculate Conception College (ICC) Benin City.
xii. 2nd position in the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPC) Science Competition for Secondary Schools in Edo State (2014).
xiii. 2nd position World Reading Day composition organized for schools in Edo State at Bishop Kelly Pastoral Center (2014).
xiv. 1st position, Edo State 2018 Science Fair organized by the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
xv. 1st position Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) Expo on Science and Technology, 2018 for secondary schools in Edo State.
xvi. 1st position, Pearls Quiz Competition organized by Seplat Petrolum Nigeria Ltd. (2018) for secondary schools in Edo and Delta States.
xvii. 1st position, Society of Petroleum Engineers 2019 Science Competition in Edo State.
xviii. Presentation National High School Emerged State champion for raw materials Quiz competition held in Imaguero College Benin City Edo State 2019.
xix. Won Best Performing School 2019 in LAPO Science Quiz Competition Edo State.
The school also excelled in external examinations and emerged:
Overall Best result in the 2012 West African Senior School
Certificate Examination
3rd best school in the 2018 Official WAEC Rating. The breakdown of our WASSCE rating: 2015- 3rd position, 2014 -9th position, 2013 – 4th position and 2012 overall best in West African Senior School Certificate Examination. During the Nigerian Top School award, at Airport Hotel Ikeja Presentation National High School was declared ‘Nigerian Best Girls Only High School’ that made it to the top 10 for four consecutive years, namely: 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
As partly illustrated in the 2017 and 2018 editions of the African Brands Review, our students have easy access of transition into various universities in Nigeria and overseas. This is because they are taught by qualified, seasoned, focused and committed teachers, hence, these students perform excellently well in their various universities, and in their chosen courses. Due to limited space, we cannot give an in depth inventory of all of them who have proven themselves by emerging the best in and outside their Universities. However, some few in the period under review include: Uriewhu Jennifer Oreva,1st Class Honours in Banking and finance, University of Wolver Hampton, United kingdom (2013), Diane Ndidi Isibor who graduated in May,(2017), with First Class Honours of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance from Valdosta State University, United States of America, Efemena Florence Egweni who also graduated with first Class Honours in Electrical Engineering from Cyprus International University, North Cyprus, (2017), Uche Okafor, a first class graduate of Economics from Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti,(2017), Enaholo Jennifer, First Class graduate of Economics Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti,(2017), Kofi Oghenerukevwe, First Class graduate of Computer Science, Covenant University,(2017) Otaigbe Jane, the only graduate who made 1st Class Honours in Industrial Chemistry Covenant University, (2017), Ajayi Olahireme, 1st class Honours in Computer Engineering, Covenant University (2018), Odera Akpata, 1st Class Honours Civil Engineering, (2018), Egwakhide-Oghuma Praise Ikpemosi, 1st Class Honours in Economics from the University of Essex United Kingdom 2018. Duru Onyinye 1st Class in Economics University of Nigeria Nsukka 2019, Oyibo Ogheneyoma – 1st Class honours- in Economics, Afe Babalola University, (2019). ), Mekoma Kobindi Emmanuella, 1st Class Honours- Intelligent and Security Studies Afe Babalola University,(2019),
Our products from these Universities and others not stated are living out their dreams in the various places they are working as medical doctors, nurses, Bankers, Lawyers, Accountants, pilots, Lecturers, pharmacists, Engineers and captains of industries.
The Alumni in a way of giving back to the society is not left out of this chain of success story. The1994 Set of Presentation National High School Old Girls Association in 2018 provided the school with ultra-Modern water heaters, as they celebrated their 25years anniversary, to complement the effort of the school in ensuring that students are provided with warm water during cold weather.
Also, the 1998 Old Girls provided the School with musical instruments, while also providing other logistic support for the students. Moreover, the 1999 Set moved a bit further by providing the School with Computers as part of its reach out program to their Alma Mater.
From time to time, the members of the Old Girls Association visit the school to give the students seminars on burning issues in the society, choice of competitive academic careers and enlightenment programs.
It is important to state here that the state of the art facilities provided by the School management play a pivotal role in preparing the students for the challenges of life outside the four walls of this institution. Such facilities include an ultra-modern Language laboratory, well equipped science laboratories for physics, Chemistry and Biology, a functional food and Nutrition laboratory, and an efficient music laboratory for talented students and others who have flair for music. The presence of a vibrant and formidable Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) has also contributed greatly to the academic and infrastructural development of the school.
The school management is currently building an ultra-modern multi million naira three storey building that is expected to serve diverse purposes, pertinent among which is serving as a Computer Based Testing Centre (CBT).
The attention and emphasis the school places on Co-curricular activities is also reflected in the victory of some of its products in national and international Beauty Pageant Competitions. Miss Jatto Hafsat for instance won Miss Edo 2018 and Miss Tourism, Nigeria 2018. She was also the 2nd runner up in The Most beautiful Girl in Nigeria. Another of its Product, Miss Pamela Ifejoku is the Current Miss Tourism, Nigeria. Moreover, Miss Enemigin Eseoghene won Miss African –Ukraine in 2018. Miss Ohre Omamerhi Divine won Silver Medal in (Karate) at the National Youth Games 2019. Also, Presentation National High School emerged as the State Champion in the Edo state organized Basketball competition in (2012).
All these achievements would not have been possible without the unflinching support of the dynamic and amiable school proprietor, Most Rev. Dr. A.O Akubeze, the Archbishop of the Metropolitan See of Benin City, the dynamic school management team along with the PTSA and dedicated ever members of staff.
We remain highly indebted to all of them and to the Almighty God who makes all things beautiful in His Time.

Sr. Elizabeth Uchendu

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CMS Grammar School, Bariga is a unique brand in her own right. Historically, she occupies an exceptional position as the first Secondary institution in Nigeria. Since inception in June 1859, our school has been operating on a tripod of Spiritual, Academic and Moral Excellence leading to the total development of our students.
During the year under review, we strove to maintain the school’s age-long tradition of working under God to provide an inclusive world-class education that is aimed at developing our students’ skills, knowledge and character, providing opportunities for them to become confident leaders, role model and globally relevant.

On academic front, our school had maintained her position in the provision of quality education leading to higher grades in both internal and external examinations. For example, during the session under review, the school presented 140 candidates for WAEC’S SSCE and recorded 100% pass at credit level and above in all subjects.
This implies that all our students are qualified to sit for JAMB’S Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations and similar ones globally relevant. Similarly, this feat was recorded at the Junior School level for BECE at NECO and Lagos State Ministry of Education levels

Our school boasts of state-of-the-art laboratories for sciences and vocational subjects. Housed in a purpose-built 4-Storey block, our laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology are fully equipped with modern apparatus. Experiments are carried out in a computerised manner linked to projectors and screens. This enables the students and teachers record their activities for reviews at a later date.
The Vocational/Tec .Our students often acquire one or two vocational skills upon graduation from the school. Toward this end, the school facilitates a Career Simulation Scheme A.k.a. Industrial Training for our students to acquire a first-hand knowledge at industrial setting. The aim is to stimulate their interest in a particular profession later on in life.

Our school is very visible online. We have an interactive website www.cmsgrammarschool.net and an exciting Facebook page “cms grammar school-bariga”.Our mode of engagement with all stakeholders are both offline and online via various WhatsApp platforms. This has made communication seamless and effective. We are also blessed with an e-Library and first-rate computer laboratory. This 2-in-1 teaching/learning facility has greatly enhanced research activities amongst staff and students for greater productivity. With the availability of the e-Library, students are given the opportunity to develop independent study habits and engage in self-knowledge discovery path of learning.

Our academic success story is predicated on the availability of quality teaching and learning facilities, highly qualified and motivated staff and purpose-driven School Management Team CMS is endowed with highly qualified Teaching Staff, majority of them being specialists in their own field. The school has equally invested in upgrading the teaching staff through sponsorship of teachers’ seminars and workshops on a regular basis. Besides, Teachers are also given the opportunities to further their education via Study Leave Scheme. These are to ensure that our teachers remain current and correct in their respective subjects.

CMS Grammar School is a strong brand, a school in a class of itself. However, concerted efforts are still made toward ensuring brand loyalty between our school and her growing publics. We engage in public relations activities that positively project the school to her numerous stakeholders. For example, we host crowd-pulling co-curricular activities, we publish newsmagazine and brochure yearly.

CMS Grammar School is a community. We value our immediate and the larger communities as our partners in progress. The Old Students of the school known as Old Grammarian Society (OGS) are a formidable
community making impact in the lives of the students and staff in diverse ways. We regularly connect with our communities via our robust Corporate Social Responsibility. At regular intervals, the School carries out community services in our neighbourhood, we visit community leaders for necessary bi-literal relations. Church Services are conducted for visiting parents and guardians on the last Sunday of every month.

Our School is a repository of laurels and awards as a result of our active participation in internal and external co-curricular activities. During the session under review (2018/2019), some the activities we participated in are
i) 2nd edition of Channels TV Field & Track Event held in November 2019
ii) TECH EDUHUB Artificial Intelligence Training session for Young minds held in UNILAG in October 2019
iii) Towunmi Coker Literary Initiative held on 15th November 2019
iv) LASMAB Bible Quiz held on 12th November 2019
v) Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) organised Quiz Session held on 18/10/19
In December 2019, our School Choir/Orchestral participated in
i. Lagos State Children’s Day Thanksgiving Service at The Chapel of Light, Alausa, Lagos
ii. An Evening of Pure Praise at Nigerian Army Barrack, Ikoyi, Lagos
iii. The Cantio Season 3 held at Church of Ascension, Opebi-Ikeja, Lagos
iv. CMS-OGS Thanksgiving Services at Christ Church Cathedral, Marina, Lagos.

1. Young Builders Network’s Role of African Youth in Nation Building held in University of Lagos on 25/1/19
2. 1st position in Longfort International School’s Quiz/Debate competition on 22/1/19.
3. 2nd position in Institute of Africa and Diaspora’s debate competition held in University of Lagos on 25/1/19.
4. Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers’ Civil Engineering Career Talk held in the school on 25/2/19
5. A play “A Flag to Follow” staged in the school on 6/3/19
6. LASMAB Debate held at ANCOHS Ipaja on 12/3/19

1. United Nation-sponsored Debate in honour of her birthday, held on 26/10/18 at FSTC Yaba
2. LASMAB Bible Quiz held on 13/11/18 in the school hall
3. Impact Leaders-sponsored Debate HELD ON 17/10/18 at Bariga LCDA, Bariga.
4. National Radiographers Institute, Yaba-sponsored Quiz Competition held on 12/11/18
5. Career Talk by Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers held on 6/12/18 in the school.
CMS Grammar School has all it takes to produce 360 Degree students that can hold their own in any given situation. This implies that we produce all-round students that are academically sound, spiritually deep and morally upright.


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The Nigerian Tulip International College is a brand that Nigerian parents and all those who value sound or good education readily identify with. The college’s accomplishments in the promotion of sound education has been underscored by the quality of high school graduates that it continually produce. This is not a surprise to many parents who are aware of the much premium the school places on sound education and high moral standard. Over the last decade, the management of the school have been able to institutionalise a number of concepts within the school educational system. For example, for well over a decade, teachers’ primary duty in the school has been student-centred learning and teaching. Lessons are planned and delivered with the students’ benefits as the first and the major goal. The management have also incorporated the use of multimedia that are in it. Otherwise, such institutions soon lose relevance and become obsolete while the world moves ahead. Institutions that remain relevant in the business are those that always incorporate new trends or new measures for the clients benefit. To continue to remain relevant, therefore, and maintain our high standard, NTIC has always incorporated tested and trusted new and modern trends into her teachings. This tradition led to the school investing so much on the teaching staff, (the most important element among the learning variables). At the moment, NTIC investment in the continuous capacity improvement programmes for the teaching staff is second to none among secondary schools in Nigeria. Seminars and workshops are continually organised to ensure that our teachers stay abreast of the most recent or latest and best practices, approaches to modern, or twenty-first century teaching. In all the workshops, resource persons are invited both locally and from top United Kingdom Universities, while the input of the more experienced teachers in the house complement the efforts. The emphasis in all the workshops and seminars has always been – the modern trends in education and the most effective measures in academic administrations.
Apart from the continuous infrastructural developments in different sections of the school, teachers capacity improvement programmes, the strong feedback mechanism, well-structured moral and guidance department, and several others already introduced, the is one of the areas the management of the school is strengthening, as the school is reaching on to greater glories in the years ahead.
The perfection of the school online lessons is another area of much interest and definitely, of greater benefit to both students and teachers. Students being at home on holiday or a break is not the end of all academic engagements in NTIC. The school started the use of online lesson connecting all the students to their class even while on holiday and thousands of kilometres away from the school. All that this takes is just a click of the button and a secure internet connection on any 3G communicative device. This well-moderated online lesson has been in operation in the school since 2019 and the school management is putting in place several attendance monitored, structured timetable, and distraction control measures. All of these are steps to ensure the perfection of measures, which ensure that while at home or away on vacation, our students and teachers, can always have their lessons. Besides, there are online platforms that they can also take examinations on the subject and topics already taken online. This has put NTIC well ahead of others in the use of virtual lessons for greater benefit.

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Out of many schools in Nigeria and in Africa, Oritamefa Baptist Model School, since its birth in 1996, has consistently been a point of reference in terms of quality education, effective teaching and mentoring, and zero tolerance against indiscipline and examination malpractices. This, to a large extent, is consequent upon the fact that the school is established to help salvage the current decadence in the country’s educational sector by providing a platform where students from various ‘cadres of life’ could be given equal representation, and by producing students thoroughly formed into competent, assiduous, and patriotic men and women who are truly ready to unite the nation. Thus, without any misgivings, OBMS is ranked as the best school in the South-Western Nigeria, and one of the best secondary schools in and outside the country.
Based on academic awards and accolades, OBMS students have distinguished themselves not only as true custodians of integrity, but also as perfect ambassadors of excellence. Our students are adequately equipped with basic academic skills. This is evident in their outstanding performances in WASSCE and other external examinations. In 2003, one of our students emerged as the 2nd overall best student in WASSCE in West Africa. Equivalent feats were recorded in 2010 (Best female WASSCE candidate), in 2014 (1st in South West Nigeria), in 2015 (1st in Oyo State and in Nigeria), in 2016 (1st in Oyo State), and more notably, in 2017, the school produced the best male and female candidates in WASSCE, a feat unrivalled. The list is inexhaustible. All these remarkable achievements are owed to God, who has always been the pillar of the institution, and to all members of staff who have in many instances proven to be selfless, dedicated, and committed to making the school stronger and greater.
Moreover, OBMS has become a force to be reckoned with in the academic sector of Oyo State and, indeed, Nigeria since 2003. As a matter of fact, we do not only equip our students academically, we also train them to be morally upright and socially balanced. No wonder they have always been found worthy first in character and then in learning, if they want to be commended or celebrated by the school. This system engenders and encourages healthy academic rivalry and competition among our students. Suffice to state here, this is one of the ‘things’ that help our students perform excellently well in any external competitions.
Situated at Queen Elizabeth II Road, Total Garden, Ibadan, OBMS has annexe centres at Ring Road and Akobo. Online application is also available at www.oritamefabaptistschools.com/obms/admissions.php for those who desire to be part of excellence. OBMS undoubtedly is a leader, and it has in many ways expressed its leadership by constantly setting the pace for other schools, and holding the ace of academic excellence. To further convince you, check out some of our recent notable awards and prizes.
1st Position in Winfred Awosika Foundation Annual Schools Challenge (WAFASC-LAGOS), 2020.
2nd & 3rd Positions in NSE Essay Competition in Nigeria, 2019.
1st Position in NAFEST Quiz Competition (Nigeria), 2019.
2nd Position in MTN (PLUS) Essay Competition, Nigeria, 2019.
1st Position in All Saint’s College Football Competition, 2019.
1st Position in Bible Society of Nigeria, 2019.
1st & 2nd Positions in F-DEBRIGHT Mathematics Competition (JNR), 2019.
1st Position in M.A.N Mathematics Competition, Oyo State, 2019.
1st Position in African Top School’s Award (Platinum Category), 2019. since
1st Position in the Nigerian Society of Engineers Chairman’s Science Quiz Award (IBDEC), 2019.
1st Position in NEXGEN Energy Competition for Senior Schools, 2019.
1st & 2nd Positions in Armstrong Essay Competition, UCH, 2018.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd Positions in Otunba Adeotun Science Quiz Competition, 2018.
1st Position in Learn Chemistry Group, Ibadan City Chemistry Championship, 2018.