Four Nigerian School Students Receive Prestigious Cambridge Award

According to The Schoolslover, four students from Nigeria’s Regent Secondary School in Abuja were named top recipients of the Cambridge Learners Awards.

The British Council and Cambridge Assessment International Education host the award each year.

The four students received recognition as the top students in several categories, according to a statement released by the school on Thursday.

Mfonmma-Abasi Okon Bassey won the IGCSE section for Art & Design, while Daniel Chiemelie Anohu took first place in Nigeria for Environmental Management.

 “Fatuma Khalidi Ain Sufiya Binti Mohd Iqbal won the High Achievement award for the Cambridge International AS Level category, while Amal Doyinsola Usman won the Top In Nigeria honor for the History IGCSE category.

 The Regent Secondary School commends these exceptional students for their great accomplishments,” the announcement said.

The school has consistently produced Top in Nigeria awardees in many International General Certificate of Secondary Education, Advanced Subsidiary, and Advanced Level subjects without missing out since 2016, and the accolades are a testament to its unwavering dedication, hard work, and desire to succeed.

The Regent Secondary School has received numerous awards throughout the years, including The Best in the World, Overall Best Across Eight Subjects in Nigeria, Overall Best Across Four AS Subjects, Overall Best Across Three A Level Subjects, and more.

The Regent Secondary School is grateful that it was able to support these students in their academic goals and looks forward to continuing to provide top-notch instruction in order to create well-rounded leaders who achieve in both their academic and extracurricular pursuits. The school appreciates the British Council’s efforts in setting up a forum for honoring accomplishments and inspiring aspiring students to pursue success in all that they undertake, the statement continued.d.

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