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Microsoft Competition: Aduvie Students To Represent Nigeria



Four students from the Aduvie International School are among seven students to represent Nigeria in the 2018 Certiport Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS), National Championship taking place in Orlando, Florida, USA between July 29 and August 1, 2018. This was disclosed by the school’s Head of school, Abiodun Olusoji while listing the school’s achievement during its 10th Year Anniversary and Thanksgiving ceremony recently.

Olusoji stated that the school had not only exceled academically but had also done well in sport activities which had earned them several awards.
“Over 500 students participated all over the country, of the 7 students that will be representing Nigeria in Orlando, Florida, 4 of the students will be going from Aduvie. It is a big achievement for us. We have competed in so many sports and examinations and our students have done us well,” he said.
He added that the thanksgiving celebration was to thank God for being with them since the inception of the school, adding even with the various challenges, the school had continued to grow in leaps and bounds.

“We started with just few students, but now we have over 600 student.
We moved from our temporary to permanent site. We have creche, nursery, primary and secondary and pre-university school for student who have finished their secondary school and want to prepare for university education either in Nigeria or abroad,” he said.

Also speaking, the school’s Deputy Head of School, Academics, Olufemi Folaponmile stated that with the school operating a hybrid curriculum of British and Nigerian and with its qualified teachers, it had been able to bring about a uniqueness that had made its students excel.
On her part, the Parents Teacher’s Association (PTA) chairperson of the school, Mrs Omolade Oyeleke stated that the school has been f mily-centered and had been able to work hand in hand with the parents to ensure greatness for the students.Also speaking, one of the students, Sinikiem Agaike praised the school management and the teachers for their effort in making the students ready and strong to face the world.Agaike, who said she wanted to be a civil engineer, stated that the school’s laboratory has prepared her for the profession she so desires.



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