The Chairman/Chief Learning Officer of Voyage International School, Abuja, Mallam Yussuff Oriyomi, has said the students once again recorded excellent academic results in the just released 2020 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) of National Examination Council (NECO).
Oriyomi said this followed a similar remarkable achievement in their BECE, UTME and WAEC results released in 2020.
According to the Chairman, 11 students sat for the examination and the students in the breakdown of their results recorded the lowest of C5s and above, to A1s, and that none of the students had a score from C6 or below.
He maintained that despite the challenge of COVID-19 the students had maximum teaching from their teachers both virtual and physical and were able to breach the gap created by lockdown.
Oriyomi said VIS is known for its commitments to ethical conducts which includes students discipline, zero tolerance for examination malpractice, high moral standard and strong Qur’an and Arabic Education.
He said the school is poised to develop their students to become knowledgeable in their studies to compete globally wherever they found themselves and to also be exemplary Muslim global citizens.