Three of our students have been announced in the “Top in the Country” list of the June 2019 IGCSE exam. The announcement was made recently by the British Council and Cambridge International, and this makes it the fourth consecutive time that our students make the list of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards.
Expressing his satisfaction about the announcement, Dr Barney Wilson, our Deputy Director of Education, said, “We are very happy that our students (Jehosheba Tijani, Ayooluwa Ogungbenro, and Simisola Olusayo) made it to the list. Jehosheba Tijani and Ayooluwa Ogungbenro were awarded Top in the Country in Literature, while Simisola Olusayo got Top in the Country in History.”
“Our students have always been on the list since 2016 when the award commenced, and aside from the Top in the Country awards, one of our students, Honour Olatunji, has won Top in the World for Mathematics in the past. We now have a total of 19 students who have won the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in the last four years, and we are proud of them,” he concluded.
Here is a recap of our students who have won the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in previous years.
Raye Oji– Top in country for Literature (June 2018)
Lucas Nelson– Top in country for English (June 2018)
Toluwalase Awonuga– Top in country for Drama (June 2018)
Agbodesi Imoagene– Top in country for Physics (June 2018)
Titilola Akinola– Top in country for Global Perspectives (June 2018)
Edgar Joseph Samuel Olusola– Top in Country for Art & Design (June 2017)
Giwa Ganiat Adebimpe– Top in Country for Drama (June 2017)
Ogechi Onyinyechi Onyenze– Top in Country for Accounting (June 2017)
Brian Nsien Ekong– Top in Country for Global Perspectives (June 2017)
Mustapha Abdul-Malik Morakinyo– Top in Country for Literature (June 2017)
Eze Melody Obianujunwa– Top in Country for Drama (June 2016)
Olatunji Honour Oluwakorede– Top in World for Mathematics (June 2016)
Adeifeoluwa Oluwatoni Jolaosho– Top in Country for Chemistry (June 2016)
Olajide Gomez– Top in Country for Spanish (June 2016)
Tabitha Toluwani Balogun– Top in Country for Additional Mathematics and Economics (June 2016)
Michelle Chineye Nwaeri– Top in Country for Accounting (June 2016)