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INFANT JESUS ACADEMY CELEBRATES ITS FIRST POST-PANDEMIC GRADUATION CEREMONY

Infant Jesus Academy (IJA), one of the leading secondary schools in Asaba, Nigeria, celebrated its first post-pandemic graduation ceremony for the class of 2021 on the 3rd October 2021.

Established in 1999, IJA, a Catholic co-educational private day and life experience school in Asaba, holds a firm confidence in the force of exceptional training to assist youthful with peopling succeed and improve lives.

The occasion was graced by exceptionally energetic exercises to light the students feelings, fuel desires, and trigger discernments on celebrating little successes.

At the graduation ceremony, the proprietress of Infant Jesus Academy, Mrs. Rose Ada Okwechime, said: “We are celebrating the tenacity, drive and hard work of our graduating learners in an exceptional era filled with challenges and opportunities. I have every confidence that you have been a special mold which has shaped your future as you proceed to the next level up.”

In the School Chaplain’s message to the graduates, he left them with these words: “Quid quid agas, prudenter agas, et respice finem” which means, “Whatever you do, do wisely and look to the end”.

In expressing the school’s pride in their achievements, the Principal, Dr Otis V. Wilks (CMEngr FCMI, FCCT) told the graduates: “You will always be an alumnus of the Infant Jesus Academy, Asaba. Remember this and make the most of the opportunities this will without question afford you”.

With an outstanding pass rate from the previous year (100% pass 2020 WASSCE & NECO), IJA is a place for parents that understand that excellent education is essential to achieving goals. IJA runs academic programs as specified by the Nigerian National Policy on Education for the Junior Secondary and Senior Secondary. And its dits committed and expert educators show a wide assortment of academic subjects.

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