Zenith Hills Academy in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, has graduated over eighty three students from various classes for hard work, dedication and academic performance.
Mrs yusuf habibat, the Head Teacher of the school disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) shortly after the graduation ceremony in Abuja.
Habibat said the graduating students are from nursery to secondary school category and the ceremony was not just about recognising the best and hardworking, but the most improved students.
According to her, recognition was given to those who exhibited admirable traits such as good behavior, neatness, caring and good talent in pupils and students. She Called on parents to pay the learners fee as at when due
“Outstanding pupils and students who had performed excellently were identified, recognised and rewarded for their efforts and 2020 academic session which could not hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I call on the graduating students to exhibit virtues of hard work and diligence on what we have impacted on them for the development of the country.
“The parents also have a great role to play in the upbringing of their children to ensure they study their books are seen at the right place at the right time,” she said.
Miss Ajibike jimoh, field and operation manager “Slum to school”, a Non-Governmental Organisation, called on parents to be adequately involved in their children’s academic process.
Jimoh said Slum to school is an NGO that partners with Zenith Hills Academy, to identify and ensure vulnerable kids in some part of the country get adequate education.
However, she called on the government at all levels to do more to ensure every child get access to basic and quality education in the country for national development.
Adamu Najeebah, a graduating student from JSS 3 thanked the school management for the efforts and promised to be dedicated and hardworking in her future endeavours.
NAN reports that highlight of the graduation ceremony was Bible memory verse, recitation from the holy quran, quiz competiton and drama by the graduating students. (NAN)