Ifo, Ogun State
Our mission is to deliver world-class education to children. we inculcate high moral and ethical values in our students as we prepare them for a life of service and fulfillment. we [..]
Our Mission is to deliver world-class education to children. We inculcate high moral and ethical values in our students as we prepare them for a life of service and fulfillment. We are not for profit but operate on sound commercial principles.
Commitment to the development of the total child
In 1955, a group of mainly Irish and British women under the chair of Mrs. MacDonald established an organisation called the Corona Women’s Society. The Society’s main aim was to establish suitable schools based on the British educational model. These schools were open to children of all races. The Society opened its first school, the Corona Day Nursery in March 1955 at its headquarters, located at 35, First Avenue, Ikoyi, now 35, Mobolaji Johnson Avenue. The school started with five children but by the end of that academic session, the number of the children had increased to eighteen. The school is still located at First Avenue Ikoyi and has six classes and about one hundred and twenty children. A few months later in 1955, Corona School Ikoyi located at 6, Mekunwen Road, Ikoyi was established. In 1956, the society got the Masonic Order’s Lodge at Ebute Metta, Lagos as a loan and a second school opened with twenty-eight children. This school later moved to the Military Hospital compound in Yaba. M/S Elder Dempster loaned the society a building at Apapa in 1958 and there another school took off with sixty children. By the end of the session, the schools’ population had increased to seventy-four.
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