NURSERY DAY/GRADUATION CEREMONY 2022
HOS' VALEDICTORY SPEECH
The Chairman, Board of Governors ………
Assalam alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,
I welcome you all warmly, to this remarkable occasion which officially closes a significant chapter page in the lives of our children. An august occasion in August.
11TH VALEDICTORY AND PRIZE-GIVING CEREMONY HELD ON SATURDAY, 20TH AUGUST 2022 IN THE SCHOOL HALL
ELEMENTARY SECTION GRADUATION/ PRIZE-GIVING CEREMONY HELD ON THURSDAY, 21ST JULY 2022 IN THE SCHOOL HALL
Head of Schools' Welcome Message
Thank you for your interest in Crescent Schools and for giving us the opportunity to share a glimpse of it with you. This website will inform you of our history, aims and academic programmes and the very wide range of activities we offer to our learners. A visit to Crescent Schools will assure you that your child will thrive here in a happy purposeful community which encourages children to be their best in everything they undertake.
Crescent Schools commenced operations on the 4th October, 1981. It has been 40 years of formidable growth. The school with its EYFS, Primary and Secondary sections was founded by a small group of young professional Muslim ladies under the name “The Muslim Ladies’ Circle”.
Last year, I attended the Valedictory Service of Crescent College as the 2017 set of boys and girls formally completed their studies and ushered out in an impressive passing-out ceremony. I couldn’t but marvel at the WAEC results of some of these young (all Muslim) children
This year (on July 21, 2018), I attended another edition of the programme and three of the students (two girls and a boy) stood out with results even more impressive than the previous year. One of my children had equally passed through the school and never had to take any examination twice. What a grateful parent I am!
Muslim parents, here is a Muslim school where, in addition to sound academic tutoring, your children get to acquire Islamic education. Where they are able to wear their hijab without the usual drama associated with same in this part of the country. And where there is zero tolerance for bad behaviour. What’s more; the fee is affordable – at least relative to the very good schools in the Lekki/Ikoyi/Victoria Island axis.
– Alhaji Nojeem Jimoh