We are a multi-award winning school with consistent excellent performance. We have received recognition nationally and beyond for this.
EDUCATION FOR LIFE: GRUNDTVIG EMERGES “BEST IN VALUE-BASED EDUCATION” and “LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL OF THE YEAR 2016” IN WEST AFRICA
Grundtvig International Secondary School, Oba, Anambra State was honoured at the 2016 edition of the WEST AFRICAN QUALITY EDUCATION AWARDS which held at the Banquet Hall of Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Ikeja, Lagos on Friday 1st July 2016. The School was presented with a plaque and a certificate for emerging WINNER in West Africa of the following award category: BEST IN VALUE-BASED EDUCATION and LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL OF THE YEAR 2016. The ceremony was graced by dignitaries, schools and educational organisations from the West African sub region. The event was organised by the African Quality Institute (www.africanqualityinstitute.com). See photos from the event on our blog.
TODAY’S IMPACT BEST SCHOOL OF THE YEAR AWARD
An Abuja-based educational newspaper, Today’s Impact (http://todaysimpact.org), at its Official Launching and Awards ceremony, honoured Grundtvig International Secondary School (GISS), Oba, Anambra State, with the BEST SCHOOL OF THE YEAR 2015 award. The event which took place on Thursday 28 July 2016 at the NAF Conference Centre, Ahmadu Bello Way, Abuja, had schools, officials of the federal ministries of education and information, and other dignitaries in attendance. Our School’s award was presented to our principal by the former Administrator of Niger and Plateau states, (retired) Colonel Habibu Idris Shuaibu. See photos from the event on our blog.
WAEC RATING: ANOTHER EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR GRUNDTVIG INT’L SECONDARY SCHOOL, OBA, ANAMBRA STATE
Grundtvig International Secondary School was, on Thursday 28th April 2016, honoured with a PLATINUM AWARD by the Africa Brands Review (ABR) during an exciting award ceremony at Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos. The Platinum Award received by the school is the ABR’s HIGHEST AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE, and it was bestowed on only ten schools in Nigeria for emerging top ten in the country in the last West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) conducted by WAEC. The event was graced by WAEC officials and by officials of the Federal Ministry of Education, among others. Recall also that our school was similarly honoured with a Platinum Award for Excellence in 2015. See photos from the event on our blog.
GRUNDTVIG INTERNATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOL HONOURED FOR BEING TOP TEN IN NIGERIA
Grundtvig International Secondary School, Oba was one of a select number of schools honoured with a PLATINUM AWARD on 5th June, 2015, at Lagos by Africa Brands Review for being among THE TOP TEN PERFORMING SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA in the 2012, 2013 and 2014 WAEC Exams. The WAEC rating list shows that our students achieved the FIFTH BEST PERFORMANCE IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY in the 2014 SSCE exams! A big congratulations to our students and staff!
Recent Awards Won by Our Students:
Our students excel in academic competitions and achieve brilliant results for their examinations. Some of the recent awards include:
- 89 Students registered for the examination.
- 97% of the students achieved between A1 and B3 in English Language, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Data Processing, Geography, Agric Science, Igbo Language, Foods and Nutrition, Commerce and Government.
- 100% examination success.
- No student failed any course.
- 66 Students sat for the examination.
- All our registered students for the exam made all their papers.
- 100% of our students achieved between A1 and B3 in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, French, Igbo, Economics, Food and Nutrition and Agric Science.
- 98% of students scored at least C4 in English language.
- There was no D, E nor F recorded in any subject.
Find out about our Awareness Curriculum
‘We believe in exposing our students to learning experiences that will enable them to develop right attitudes and aptitudes; cultural awareness, cooperative spirit, the ideals of resourcefulness, initiative, self-confidence and other skills that will empower them’.