In a bid to offer quality education to students across Nigeria, Greensprings School has announces its annual scholarship examination for entry into Year 7 and the post-secondary International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme for 2019 – 2020 sessions.
Speaking to the journalists in Lagos, the Executive Director, Greensprings School, Mrs Lai Koiki said: ”The school will offer scholarships to candidates who perform exceptionally well in the 2019 examination into year 7 and IB Diploma Programme (Sixth form).
She urged interested students to contact the school for further information, noting that students would sit for the scholarship examination on 15 December in Port Harcourt, Abuja and Lagos.
According to her, Greensprings School prides itself in its achievements and the scholarship examination is a way to support excellence by providing scholars a platform to experience well-rounded education.
She said: ”Over the last couple of years, Greensprings School has shown tremendous growth in its educational services to students and parents.
”This year, five students from Greensprings School were honoured at the British council where they received the Cambridge- outstanding learner awards.
”These awards include; Top in Country for Arts and Design, Top in Country for Drama, Top in Country for Accounting, Top in Country for Global Perspectives and Top in Country for Literature (English).
”Last year, six Greensprings students also received the Cambridge – outstanding learner awards from the British council. In that list was Honour Olatunji, who emerged top in the world for Mathematics in the Cambridge IGCSE.
”At Greensprings, they are consistently redefining education in Africa and they strongly believe that every child deserves a well-rounded education. Children require a solid foundation to become global citizens to enable them contribute immensely to their communities. The scholarship programme will give students the opportunity to build up skills they can draw from for the rest of their lives.”
Koiki disclosed that in partnership with Thinking School International, Greensprings has been authorized as the principal Thinking School in Nigeria. ”The school is deliberately training 21st Century learners in ‘thinking skills’ which is needed for helping students to build up their meta-cognition and growth-mindset capacity to the highest capacity.”
The vast majority of Greensprings’ students, she disclosed are accepted by top universities in Europe, North America, Asia, America and Nigeria, as well as other parts of Africa. She added: ”Every year, a high number of Greensprings students are awarded scholarships at some of the world’s top universities.