Four students of the Regent Secondary School, Abuja, Nigeria emerged as top awardees of the Cambridge Learners Awards, The PUNCH reports.

The award is organised annually by the British Council and Cambridge Assessment International Education.

A statement by the school on Thursday noted that the four students emerged as top students in different categories.

“Mfonmma-Abasi Okon Bassey received the Top In Nigeria award in the IGCSE category for Art & Design, while Daniel Chiemelie Anohu was awarded Top In Nigeria in the Environmental Management IGCSE category.

“Khalidah Fatume Amal Doyinsola Usman received the Top In Nigeria award in the History IGCSE category, and Ain Sufiya Binti Mohd Iqbal received the High Achievement award in the Cambridge International AS Level category.

“The Regent Secondary School congratulates these outstanding students on their incredible achievements,” the statement read.

It added that the awards were a testament to the school’s unwavering dedication, hard work, and desire to excel having consistently turned out Top In Nigeria awardees in many International General Certificate of Secondary Education, Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced Level subjects without missing out since 2016.

“Some of the other awards received by The Regent Secondary School in the course of the years were the Overall Best Across Eight Subjects in Nigeria, Overall Best Across four AS Subjects, Overall Best Across three A Level Subjects and Best in the World Awards.

“The Regent Secondary School is proud to have played a role in supporting these students in their academic journey, and it looks forward to continuing to provide quality education to produce well-rounded leaders who excel both academically and beyond. The school acknowledges the initiatives of the British Council for creating a platform for recognising achievements and encouragement of the upcoming learners to excel in whatever they do,” the statement added.

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