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Proprietor urges parents to invest in their wards’ education

Proprietor, Stephen Oyafemi, has urged parents to intensity efforts on the academic excellence of their wards, irrespective of the cost of education.
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Supreme Crown Schools’ Proprietor, Stephen Oyafemi, has urged parents to intensity efforts on the academic excellence of their wards, irrespective of the cost of education.

He advised them to adequately monitor character traits in their wards to avoid them identifying with immoral acts such as cultism, thuggery, drug dealing and other social vices in the society.

Speaking at the school’s 10th Valedictory and End of Session Party, Oyafemi advised the graduating students to set good goals for themselves and avoid distractions.

“Set a good goal for yourself, be disciplined, avoid distractions and maintain good moral standard. Face your studies for excellence to come your way. Avoid bad gangs, truancy, care free attitude that could lead to rustication or failure in higher institution,” he advised.

He noted that the school’s students, who sat for this year’s West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC), got distinctions in Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Financial Accounting. More than 92 per cent got distinction in Physics, Further Mathematics, Data processing and Government.

He added that 13 of the students, who wrote this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examination (UTME), scored above 200 in the examination.

At the event, pupils in Kindergarten, Nursery, Basic 5, Junior Secondary School 3 (JSS3) and Senior Secondary 3 (SS3), were ushered into higher levels, while prizes were given to outstanding pupils and teachers, who performed excellently in various spheres.

The Vice Principal of the school, Mrs. Abiola Caroline, also advised the graduating students to choose positive route to navigate destiny.

“Don’t run away or circumvent process that will help build you, and ensure you are well furnished with good virtues that help you face challenges life may possibly throw at you,” she advised.

The Head boy of the school, Raymond John,who represented the graduands, lauded the school’s management for encouraging them to strive for excellence.

The pupils entertained guests and parents with songs from their choir, choreography, cultural dances, drama presentation and kindergarten recitation.

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