We’re committed to qualitative education-CRISSA

We’re committed to qualitative education-CRISSA

…graduates 39 students

By Bukola Olamona
Christ the Redeemer’s International Secondary School (CRISSA) has recorded a notable improvement in the performance of its students.

This was the position of the Head of School, Pastor Niyi Arogundade at the 16th Valedictory Service and Graduation Ceremony of the 2018/2019 academic session held during the weekend in Akure .

He  stated that CRISSA presented thirty nine students for Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Examination and they all scored between 206 and 286.

He stressed that CRISSA is committed to qualitative education as all round education is provided for the young minds.

Arogundade appealed  to the parents to help the students especially during the holiday not to spend more time on video sites, but  rather encourage them to face their studies squarely and use the internet only to access learning modules.

He charged the graduating students to be good ambassadors of CRISSA anywhere they find themselves, adding that a good foundation has been laid for them  and that they should build on it and let the school be proud of them as worthy alumni.

Chairperson and Director of the School, Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adebayo in her goodwill message charged  parents to be  role models to their children,  saying they are accountable for the behaviour of the children. She noted  that parents must therefore show the children good examples of obedience, humility and diligence in the fear of God.

The chairman CRISSA Board of Governors, Pastor  Jostin Fayankin in his goodwill message lauded the  achievements of  the school   in all ramifications.

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The Vice Chancellor Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Professor Igbekele Ajibefun represented by the Director, University Linkages and Advancement Centre, Prof. Olubayo Oluduro congratulated the graduating students of the school as well as their parents, saying they once had a dream of graduating from the great citadel of learning and today that dream has been achieved.

A parent and the Permanent Secretary, Agency for Commerce, Industry and Cooperative Ondo State, Mr. Lebi said   he is very happy for his son has made him proud, just like every other child here and he is very grateful to God and the school for giving the children the best training.

A graduand and outgoing Senior Prefect, Master  Emmanuel Lebi say he is happy that journey of six years has ended, he thank his parents for paving the right pathway for him to walk on and to lead him to this extra ordinary school where his great journey of self discovery and self development began.


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