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.
ACTIONS NOT WORDS
The Entire HCC Community wishes to congratulate our dear NWOSU KOSISOCHI and our wonderful HCCOGA.
What a great achievement.
Actions Not Words!!!
Jessica Obelle emerges winner of the TVC COMMUNICATIONS FEMALE DEBATE CHAMPIONSHIP held on the 16th October 2021.
The 2020/2021 Conrad Challenge Nigeria, which kicked off June 2020 successfully came to an end on Saturday the 6th day of February, 2021.
Interestingly, Holy Child College was part of the twenty-five teams from different schools across the country that took part in the challenge. Our school presented nine teams. The teams pulled through the first and second rounds successfully before getting to the final round.
Girl-Child Education vis a viz the state of the Nigerian Economy, Leadership and Morality – A Lecture
The Conrad Challenge is an annual, multi-phase innovation and entrepreneurial competition that encourages young adults to leave their mark on the world. Each year, teams of 2-5 students, ages 13-18, from around the globe create products and/or services that address some of the most pressing global challenges.
Participants work together to choose and develop solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems in one or more of FOUR categories: Aerospace & Aviation, Cyber-Technology & Security, Energy & Environment, and Health & Nutrition.
7 teams were registered from Holy child college.
6 teams qualified for Round 2.
4 teams qualified for Round 3 (Final)
Round 1: The Investor Pitch.
Round 2: The Business Plan Competition fee is $150 per team.
Round 3: The National Conrad Innovation Summit fee is $425 per student.
Thursday 30th January 2020, 19 students and 3 coaches went to Lekki Peninsula hotel, Lagos state. The students were taken to FilmHouse cinema to watch a movie.
Friday 31st January 2020, the students visited Nike Art gallery and CONRAD innovation center (they were taught Design Thinking).
Saturday 1st February 2020, the grand finale done at Lagoon High School to compete with other finalist teams. We returned February 2nd, 2020.
19 students from Holy Child College were given $60,000 (N21 million) worth of Undergraduate degree scholarship to study in Clarkson University, New York, United States. This goes to each member of all Nigerian finalist teams. Visit https://campaigns.clarkson.edu/conrad to learn more.
Coaches and Teams:
Mr. Nwachukwu Kingsley (Team Hallogen and Team Trionix).
Mr. Philip Ubeh (Team Starfly).
Mrs. Ngozi Mbaegbu (Team Pentane).