Franco-African International School is a bilingual academy with distinction – Parents

Schools in the country need to provide quality education to make students versatile, adequately prepared to impact their society and wider world.

Proprietor, Franco-African International School, 19 Kudeti, Avenue, Onireke GRA, Ibadan, the Reverend Wale Banks stated this at the 16th annual valedictory service for the schools fifth and sixth graders along with pupils transiting from nursery 2 to primary one.

Reverend Banks explained that the school’s vision to produce bilingual students, who can compete with their peers anywhere in the world remained sacrosanct as evidenced by the students’ performance.

Three parents, Mr, Giwa Mohammed, Mrs Adenike Davis  and Dr Temidayo Fawole  said they enrolled their wards in Franco-African International School because of its distinct bilingual features and work ethics of the staff.

Three of the pupils explained that they loved Franco-African International School because they acquired both knowledge and various skills from the school. 

Highlight of the event was presentation of certificates and gifts to pupils.                              

Simeon Ugbodovon

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