2ND GSS C.A. TEST
The second Good Shepherd Schools C.A. Test commences Monday 10th June, 2013 and ends on Friday 14th June, 2013. Day students' parents should please monitor their wards to ensure they read at home for the test.
wish to inform you that our pupils/students are to be in school on Monday 27th
May, 2013, for the Children’s Day funfair.
However, classroom activities resume on Tuesday 28th May,
2013. This celebration promises a lot of
fun for our students/pupils as they will be having an exciting time in
school. The dress code should be the
EXCURSION: We wish to also inform you that the excursions
to the following places will be according to the following schedule:
1: Thursday 30th May, 2013 – Olumo Rock and Oyan Dam (N7,000)
2: Friday 31st May, 2013 - The
Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL) (N6,500)
to pay for the above listed fun places to be visited while offer lasts! Remember there is a discount for any child
undertaking the two trips.
OPEN DAY: Be informed that the Open Day will be on Friday
21st of June, 2013. You are
to come in and check your ward’s academic performance. All Classrooms are open for access.
MID-TERM: The mid-term break will be on Thursday 30th
and Friday 31st May, 2013.
CORAL AND CLASSICAL MUSICThe
orchestra group of Good Shepherd Schools has been invited by the Lagos State
Government to perform at the Lagos State Ministry of Education Festival of
Choral and Classical Music which holds at the Adeyemi-Bero Auditorium, Lagos
State Secretariat, Alusa, Ikeja on Thursday 23rd May, 2013 at 10.00
2013 U.S.A. PEOPLE
TO PEOPLE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMMESome students of Good Shepherd Schools have been granted visas by the US Embassy to
represent Nigeria in this year’s edition of the People to People Summit holding
at the Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States from July
21-27, 2013. The summit promises to be exciting
and academically beneficial to the hundreds of students drawn from different
countries of the world that will converge at the Harvard campus in Cambridge.
HALF-HOUR RADIO PROGRAMME
to Good Shepherd Schools half-hour programme on Radio1, 103.5 FM (Former Choice
FM) between 11 to 11:30 a.m. every Saturday.
Our parents have the opportunity to call in and ask questions or
contribute to the programme.
GSS ORGANIZES LUCKY DIP FOR PARENTS
an attempt to reward parents who pay up their children’s school fees fully and
promptly before resumption, Good Shepherd Schools organized a lucky dip
recently with a grand prize of free tuition fee for the third term for the
winner of the lucky dip.Consequently,
Ogundare Timilehin Femi, a JSS3 Wisdom student of the Lagos Campus won the
grand prize of free tuition fee for the third term while Ojo Adeolu, a JSS3
student won the grand prize at the Ogun State Campus. There were consolation prizes for ten other
pupils and students of the school.
GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOLS
WON FIRST PRIZE IN 2012 SEARCH THE BIBLE QUIZ COMPETITION
Daniel Olobayo (SS3) and
Victory Timothy (JSS3) have become the first set of students that opened the
year 2013 A.D. for Good Shepherd Schools with an award that is set to market
the school to several million of Nigerians via NTA Channel 10. The deeds of the duo
will go down in the annals of Good Shepherd Schools history as it has already
been recorded in the school's official book of history called The Log
Book. Mediocres, Villains and irresponsible students of a school are not
accorded such privileges. They won the first prize
on behalf of GSS in the 2012 Search the Bible Quiz Competion organized by The
Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) when they trashed such schools as King's
College, Lagos, Command Day Secondary School, Ikeja, Access College, Magboro,
Ogun State, The Apostolic Church Secondary School, Ketu, Lagos, Home Science
Secondary School, Lagos and International School, University of Lagos among
SS3 SPECIAL SEMINAR
A special seminar titled "Go for Gold"
organized for all SS3 students will hold at the Good Shepherd Schools
Meiran Campus on Thursday 10th January, 2013 at 3.00 p.m. The principal speaker is Prof. O. Oyediran, Faculty of Environmental
Sciences, Department of Building, Quantity Surveying Unit, University of
MTN TEXTIMANIA COMPETITION
Good Shepherd Schools reached the quarter final of this year's "TEXTIMANIA" competition organized by the giant communication outfit (MTN) for secondary schools. The competition officially ended yesterday 27th November, 2012. The school was awarded a cash prize of N50,000 for it's effort while one of our students, Mayowa Alade won himself a Nokia C2 cell phone. (Posted 28/11/12)
NTA MATHEMATICS COMPETITION
13 contingents made up of 4 contestants, 8 audiences and a teacher left Good Shepherd Schools today 15/11/12 to participate in a Mathematics Competition fur junior secondary schools organized by the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) at NTA Channel 7 studios, Tejuosho Avenue, Surulere, Lagos.
The second C.A. test of
Good Shepherd Schools starts on Monday 5th November, 2012 and will end on Friday
9th November, 2012. Parents should please monitor their
children to ensure they read for the test.NECO APPROVAL
Having met the requirements,
inspectors and officials from the National Examinations Council
(NECO) approved Good Shepherd Schools, Ogun State, for NECO examinations
on Monday 22nd October, 2012.
ACADEMIC MONITORING COMMITTEE
The Academic Committee of Good
Shepherd Schools, Lagos Campus, met to discuss salient issues and took
important decisions that will positively affect the general academic
performance of the students.
Wednesday 24th October, 2012 was set
aside as tree planting day by the Good Shepherd Schools, Lagos
Campus. Students, teachers, the proprietor, proprietress, parents and
Local Government officials took part in the tree planting exercise along some
selected streets at Meiran. (posted 27/10/12)
INAUGURATION OF GOOD
As part of its efforts to upgrade the content of its co-curricular
activities, Good Shepherd Schools inaugurated its Press Club on Thursday 4th
October, 2012. The Club was inaugurated
by the Director of the school, Dr. A. B. Oyeyemi. He believes that co-curricular activities, by
their content, should prepare students to take their place in society either as
leaders or as followers and should also aim at giving them the basic concepts,
understanding, values, attitudes, abilities and skill that will impel them to
Membership of the club is drawn from junior secondary students who
scored 70% and above and senior secondary school students who scored 60% and
above respectively in English language in the last term examination. The stake for membership of the club is
indeed high. (Posted 10/10/12)
EXCURSION VISIT TO COCA COLA BOTTLING
25 students from the Good Shepherd Schools undertook an
excursion visit to the Coca Cola Bottling Company in Lagos today 3/10/12.
Students are expected to be shown round the various sections and departments of
the company as well as all the processes involved in the production of the coca
cola soft drink and other beverages produced by the Coca Cola Bottling Company
in Nigeria. The visit not only promises to be exciting but also
academically enlightening and rewarding. (Posted 03/10/12)
GOOD SHEPHERD PRESS
newly constituted Good Shepherd Schools Press will be officially
launched on Wednesday 3rd October, 2012 at the school's Meiran Campus.
(Posted Oct. 1, 2012)
following students from Good Shepherd Schools have been selected to
attend the WRO-MINDSTORMS Nig 2012, Robotics Workshop which comes up at
Orientals Hotel Ground Ball Room, Victoria Island on Tuesday, 2nd
October 2012 by 9am.
JOSHUA, ADEPOJU BUSAYO, OYEYEMI TOYOSI, OLAROTIMI OLUWAKEMI,
OYEYEMI OLUWATOSIN, FOLASAYO TREASURE, ONATEMOWO DAMILARE, AKINPELU
DAMILOLA, OKONKWO PAUL, and ADEREMI ADESEWA.
OTEGA, OGUNSHOLA EBUNOLUWA, AKINDOLU TUNMISE, FOLASAYO FAVOUR,
AYOMIDE LAWAL, HABEEB TOLANI, AGUOHA VICTOR, ENYIOKO HILDA, TIJANI
UMULKHAIR, and OMEONU CHINWENDU.
The students will be accompanied by two secondary educators and one primary educator.
(Posted Oct. 1, 2012)
U.S.A. EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE/EXCURSION TRIP
The sixteen (16) students from the Good Shepherd Schools who represented Nigeria to be trained as student leaders at the world students’ leadership programme organized by the People to People Ambassador Program, at the Stanford University, San Francisco, California are back. We give God thanks and praises for the journey mercies. While in the USA, the students participated in the Leadership Training program from 5th to 11th August, 2012. With students from all over the world in attendance, the training program afforded the students lots of fun and a once in a lifetime academically enriching experience. The excursionists visited The Waltz Disney Parks, SeaWorld, The Coca Cola World of Fun, CNN Studios and many more. Our parents and students should note that international programmes such as this will be coming up from time to time with all students having equal opportunities to participate. Reach out to us now as registration for the next educational trip to the United States is already on.
TOGO/GHANA EXCURSION 2012
Registration for the 2012 Togo/Ghana Educational Exchange Trip/Excursion is still on. Interested parents should contact the school's Students' Affairs office or the Admin office to register their ward/wards.
SOUTH AFRICA 2012 EXCURSION
The last batch of excursionists to the Republic of South Africa are back in the country. They had a wonderful time while in S.A. as they visited places like the Stadium where the final match of the 2010 soccer world cup took place, Nelson Mandela's House, the Science Exhibition Centre and many more. They also had a tour of important cities while in the Republic and visited some educational institutions where they had worthwhile academic interactions with other students from that part of the world. Parents who want their children to be part of the school's next educational trip to South Africa should contact the school now.
2012 WASSCE (WAEC) RESULT
God all the praise and glory for the wonderful performance of our SS3 students
who just passed out in July 2012. The
following are highlights of their 2012 WAEC result:
school recorded 100% pass in seven (7) subjects – English Language, Technical Drawing,
Literature-in-English, Foods and Nutrition, Commerce, C.R.K. and Visual Art. 98% was recorded in Geography, Physics 93.4%, Economics
91.5% while Agricultural Science recorded 91% .
89.3% was recorded in Government, 80.6% for Biology and 75.5% for
Mathematics. It is encouraging, however,
to note that for a school that preaches and enforces “qualitative education
without corruption”, this result is a reflection of sheer commitment and hard
work on the part of the tutors and students coupled with God’s matchless grace.
2012 SS3 THANKSGIVING SERVICE
students who passed out last July attended a Thanksgiving Service at the Meiran Campus on Wednesday 29th August, 2012. Students were presented with their 2012 WASSCE results immediately after the service. Some parents of the graduating students came to celebrate and praised the lord with us as they shared testimonies of how the ongoing good work in Good Shepherd Schools has not just made their wards academically better but has also transformed their character and morals.
BIBLE RECITATION COMPETITION
There will be a Bible Recitation Competition for all students on Wednesday 26th September, 2012 by 1.00 pm. The student who comes first will represent Good Shepherd Schools in the forthcoming Bible competition organized by the Bible Society of Nigeria from 2nd to 8th October, 2012.
PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS
As part of the measures put in place to groom our students for external exams, the school has just completed a one week intensive examinations for our SS3 students to prepare them for all external examinations coming up in 2012.
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