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The activities took place last weekend Saturday 25, June 2022; at Opebi Ikeja
where Holy Child College participated and won the first position in a
the creative challenge among other secondary schools.
The ITGEN Creative Challenge (ICC) examines the creative and technical abilities
of secondary students in programming and animation. The competition was the use of the Alice Program to create an animated story to pass information across.
Their animation was titled THE ELECTION STORY. The story centered around how and why Nigerians should get their PVCs, to vote for the right candidate and not sell their votes to the wrong candidate, especially towards the forthcoming 2023 Elections.
The girls were highly congratulated by everyone including contending schools and were awarded the competition trophy and their prizes.
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LAGOS TALKS CHILDREN'S DAY
Some of our girls pay a visit to 91.3 FM radio station on Friday, 27th May for a Lagos Talks show. Two of our girls featured and took the first position amongst other schools.
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HOLY CHILD COLLEGE LAGOS
The Society of the Holy Child Jesus, founded by Rev. Mother Cornelia in 1846 in England, was then well known all over the world for its educational program for girls.
The wants of this age require young women:
►To have confidence and ability to be the best that they can be academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually
►To challenge and question in a constructive manner that which they learn
►To become resourceful and active members of local and global communities of which they are a part.
Situated on a four acre plot of land at a strategic corner of south-west ikoyi, in ojo street off keffi street, Holy Child college with its well laid out lawns laced with palm trees and flowers has a serene atmosphere which is very conducive for learning.
Our college began with two classes of 15 girls each and 4 Nuns as full time teachers. To increase the number of students, a new class was admitted each year. By the time the foundation set had completed the six year program, the students population had increased from 30 to 200 and that was in 1950.
VISION AND MISSION
To provide a Christian atmosphere in which the whole person is capable of developing to her highest potential.
To encourage the Christian formation of young women capable of exercising responsible freedom by offering them the opportunity in trust,where they learn to make choices and hold themselves accountable for these choices as mature Christians.
To help them discover the value of human person by assisting the students gain knowledge and appreciate themselves and others around them.
To provide a holistic education which will enable the girl-child to develop into a well-formed person who is capable of joining hands with men and women of integrity to contribute her quota to the socio-political, economic and spiritual development of her nation and the world at large.