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NECO 2015 RECOGNIZES LORETTO

 

 

The academic performance of students of Loretto Special Science both in internal examinations, competitions and external examinations have been unequalled.

 This is due to the zero tolerance in examination  malpractice  being instilled in them from the moment they step into the school. The conducive and serene environment made possible by the effort of the school management together with proper guidance, counselling and above all the dedicated effort of the qualified tutorial staff made the school to be synonymous with Excellence!

The students, therefore, have no reason not to be the best.

This outstanding academic performance also made the National Examination Council (NECO) of Nigeria in the last examination conducted, June/July 2014/2015, to recognize Loretto again as she produced the Second best student in Anambra State in the person of Okolocha Mmesoma.

 

At Loretto Special Science School, ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IS INDEED OUR PRIDE.

 

 

 

 

LORETTO GETS A 32 SEATER COASTER BUS AND 5MILLION NAIRA FROM THE GOVERNOR, CHIEF DR. WILLIE OBIANO FOR WINNING THE BEST SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NIGERIA AWARD!

 

On 18TH October, 2016, at St.  Andrews Catholic Church, Adazi-Nnukwu, Anambra State, a thanksgiving mass of the Commissioner for Information, Mrs Uju Nworgu in which the Governor of Anambra State, His Excellency Chief Dr. Willie Obiano, other dignitaries, students (Loretto and Bubendorff ) as well as parishioners were present. The Pontifical Mass was celebrated by the Auxiliary Bishop of Awka Diocese, His Lordship Most Rev. Jonas Benson Okoye together with other priests present.

 

Towards the end of the mass, two students from Loretto Special Science School (our school), by name Miss Dunu Gift Onyinye and Obiesili Chidimma were called upon to appreciate the Governor for his good works.

DUNU ONYINYE                          OBIESILI CHIDIMMA

These students rendered a flawless and outstanding speech with oratorical precision, confidence, and perfect grammar. The Governor and all present were overwhelmed, amazed and marvelled at the product of this citadel of learning which was just adjudged Best Senior Secondary School in the Federation by the Federal Ministry of Education on the 5th of October, 2015 in the 2014/2015 Presidents Teachers’ and Schools’ Excellence Award at Eagle Square, Abuja.

To appreciate the school for being the best senior secondary school in Nigeria the Governor donated a brand new 32 seater coaster bus and 5Million naira to the school. He also gave the two students who delivered the awesome speech a hundred thousand naira (N100, 000) each.

All these the working Governor, Chief Dr. Willie Obiano, who knows the value of education, fulfilled in just a week after He made the promise.

The school management, staff and students are proud of our Governor, who received the Award of best Governor on 20th February, 2016 at Lagos. We appreciate all your contributions to the development of this school. Once again thank you very much our beloved Governor, Chief Dr. Willie Obiano. 


 Indeed Wilie is Working.

 

HOW I MADE IT IN LORETTO

Whenever I am asked how I made it in Loretto, I become quite flustered. Indeed such questions in the past tense awaken me to the reality that I have really graduated from Loretto. Oh, how time flies! Three years come and gone, yet my first day in Loretto is so fresh in my memory like it happened the day before. Most success stories are personal eulogies but the account of my momentous stay in Loretto is not essentially a success story. Rather it is the story of a young girl who like Abraham Lincoln was a slow walker who never walked back in her 3 years in Loretto.

I still remember the feeling of euphoria with which I walked into Loretto in September, 2015 in my immaculate white gown. Truly, it was a dream come true for me. I was lost in reverie until the admission process was over and my mother said her goodbyes. Once my mother’s back was turned, it dawned on me what I had got myself into. My beloved mother had come and gone leaving me alone in this new world without prior experience of boarding school life to recourse to.  Indeed, nothing can be more intimidating than a transition into the unknown.

However, due to the benevolence of the older students; especially those who were also from my Alma mater, Girls’ high school, now Rosa Mystica High school, Agulu, one of whom became my school neighbour and bunk-mate;  I soon settled into my hostel. As if to stress the fact that Loretto was not a playground, I received a long list of the names of school prefects and the school ethos on the marble from my ever so kind neighbour who patiently explained that it was imperative for all new students to learn those by heart in order to avoid punishment for both themselves and their neighbours. My shock was beyond words, as I could not bring myself to conceive how one would expect a human being to learn that much seemingly useless data in a day. I later learned that it was all for our own good.

Acclimatising to the ambience of the school was an uphill task. The food rations were smaller than what I was used to at home and the school timetable was so full of activities. Then there were the issues of stipulated sacrosanct lights-out bells, rising bells, siesta bells second bells for prayers and the novelty called “Night Prep”. All these buzzing disruptions, which we have been made to understand as voco Dei, (voice of God), nonetheless, I grew with the understanding and awareness of what Abraham Lincoln said, “that the best way to predict your future is to create it”. Conscious of this, I decided to create an enviable future by abiding by the school rules, eschewing bad company, making excellence my lifestyle and staying committed to my relationship with God. Today, I can proudly say that I have never regretted that decision.

In my resolve to thrive in this new world, I had other challenges. Really, in Loretto we studied, we worked, we prayed and we graduated. Before I became a student of Loretto, I used to admire the beautiful flowers and the celestial landscaping in the school premises without realising the effort it took on the part of the management, staff and students of the school. Indeed, it is just as Michelangelo said, “if people knew how hard I worked to achieve my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful after all”. On our first Saturday in the school, my class, SS.1D was to transport heavy stones in bags from one end of the school to another. Most of us were not used to such hard work and we worked until we felt faint. We resorted to composing a new anthem with a name we felt suited the school better, so that day, Loretto Special Science School, Adazi became Loretto Special Labour School to us. Just when we thought it could not get any worse, the school manager, Fr. Hilary Nwajagu informed us that we were also to weed the nearby grasses and transport the sand beneath the stones! You can imagine our disillusionment. We felt we were princesses turned labourers. However, when I look back now, I am full of thanks to the school manager and staff for equipping us for life after graduation.

Amidst all this, the sequential school timetable, the incessant calls for “any SS.1” from the seniors, as well as the routine labour and hostel work, I began the battle with sleep, (Morpheus) during prep. In fact, I was a usual practitioner of 'sleep-reading' known as “Atipenku” in Loretto. After the first term examinations, I took the second position overall. I was happy because I had proved wrong the predictions of some older students (who knew that the first position had become something of my birth right in my Alma-mater) that had told me that I would be lucky to find myself among the first twenty students due to the competitive nature of Loretto. But I resolved to become the best student in my class the next term. My resolve was brought to fruition when I came first in the second and third terms. Subsequently, I emerged the overall best student in SS.1 and by the grace of God; I maintained that position in SS.2.

Worthy of note are the challenges I faced in combining the preparation and participation in competitions with school work. In this area, the teachers were most considerate. They offered to teach me topics taught in my absence and allowed me to submit assignments and projects, as well as write tests done in my absence. In the third term of SS.2, I was made the general disciplinarian/study prefect of the school. Initially, I found it difficult to combine school work with the post. Anyone who has not experienced life as a school prefect may not fully appreciate what a privilege and enormous task it is to be a Loretto prefect. But in time I adjusted to the needs of the moment with the ultimate goal of getting a good WASSCE result, which thankfully I have achieved.

At this juncture it suffices to say that success and failure are both predictable as they are results of the self-same thing: “a decision for or against discipline”. The sum total of a person’s life particularly students is a result of the decisions they make daily. As a student, I resolved to learn new things daily in the light of Albert Einstein’s statement, “you start dying when you stop leaning”.

In a nutshell, there are no hard and fast rules as to how I made it in Loretto, but to the younger stars of this great citadel of learning I will say this: juxtapose a daily strive to make investment in your future as regards academics with a well-guarded, intimately built relationship with God almighty. Live a life worthy of the title “princess of Loretto”. Imbibe discipline as a lifestyle because the future of our generation and posterity is dependent on us.

Finally, keep to heart the words of Ella Wilcox, “there is no chance, no destiny, and no fate that can circumvent or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul”.

   

Oguadimma Deborah Chioma

Best graduating Student

2017/2018 academic session

 

  

 

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF AWKA

LORETTO SPECIAL SCIENCE SCHOOL, ADAZI NNUKWU

STUDENTS FOR EXTENSION CLASSES 2017

 

Below is a list of students who were successful in the 2016/2017 promotion examination. They are therefore promoted to SS3. As we congratulate them we urge them to start making preparation for the extension classes which is scheduled to begin on Sunday 6th of August, 2017 with arrival of student who have paid for the classes. Thanks as we anticipate your usual cooperation. Once again we say Congratulations.

 

Registration Num

Full Name

LSSSA/2015/15/042

Achusi Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/001

Agada Chinecherem

LSSSA/2014/14/080

Agbata Chinenye

LSSSA/2015/15/121

Akaenyi Rita

LSSSA/2015/15/002

Amakeze Chika

LSSSA/2015/15/123

Anetoh Onyinyechi

LSSSA/2014/14/085

Aniagu Chinecherem

LSSSA/2015/15/082

Aniebosi Nmesoma

LSSSA/2015/15/162

Aniemezie Chidera

LSSSA/2015/15/044

Anigbogu Amara

LSSSA/2015/16/195

Anozie Chioma

LSSSA/2015/15/125

Anyigwe Nkemdilim

LSSSA/2015/15/003

Anyikwa Stephanie

LSSSA/2015/15/004

Asiuloka Amarachi

LSSSA/2015/15/126

Asomugha Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/127

Ataka Salome

LSSSA/2015/15/083

Chibueze Judith

LSSSA/2015/16/192

Chibuike Isabella

LSSSA/2015/15/084

Chiekezie Chioma

LSSSA/2015/15/045

Chiekezie Emmanuella

LSSSA/2015/16/196

Chiekezie Onyinye

LSSSA/2015/15/085

Chikezie Assumpta

LSSSA/2015/15/005

Chinwuba Mary-Ann

LSSSA/2015/15/086

Chukwudiegwu Amara

LSSSA/2015/15/128

Chukwuelobe Ifeoma

LSSSA/2015/15/006

Chukwueloka Oluchukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/007

Chukwuemeka Chidera

LSSSA/2015/15/087

Chukwujekwu Makuochukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/046

Dunu Chidum

LSSSA/2015/15/088

Ebute Chidiebube

LSSSA/2015/15/047

Echekwubelu Stella

LSSSA/2015/15/048

Efobi Chiamaka

LSSSA/2014/14/046

Egbonu Regina

LSSSA/2015/15/089

Ejebionu Juliana

LSSSA/2015/15/164

Ejindu Bernice

LSSSA/2015/16/197

Ejiofor Noeleen

LSSSA/2015/15/186

Ejiofor Oluebube

LSSSA/2014/14/049

Ejiogu Chidera

LSSSA/2015/15/090

Ejiyi Makuachukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/049

Ekemezie Anthonia

LSSSA/2015/15/008

Ekene-okeke Precious

LSSSA/2015/15/091

Ekwealor Chiamaka

LSSSA/2015/16/194

Ekwealor Victoria

LSSSA/2015/15/050

Enumah Amara

LSSSA/2015/15/051

Enyolu Vivian

LSSSA/2015/15/052

Esimoleze Paschaline

LSSSA/2015/15/165

Ezeagwalu Ngozika

LSSSA/2015/15/092

Ezeajughi Chidera

LSSSA/2015/15/166

Ezeama Kosisochukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/054

Ezeanowai Chinenye

LSSSA/2015/16/190

Ezechinwoye Chukwucheta

LSSSA/2014/14/165

Ezechukwu Mmesoma

LSSSA/2015/15/094

Ezeh Chiazokam

LSSSA/2015/15/093

Ezeh Chinwendu

LSSSA/2015/15/095

Ezekwudo Nzubechukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/096

Ezenagu Chidinma

LSSSA/2015/15/055

Ezenwaka Chioma

LSSSA/2014/14/168

Ezenwaka Prisca

LSSSA/2015/15/167

Ezeoke Nneoma

LSSSA/2015/15/012

Ezeoke Ujunwa

LSSSA/2015/15/056

Ezeonwelu Obianuju

LSSSA/2015/15/013

Ezeonye Chiemelie

LSSSA/2015/15/168

Ezeonyeodili Ujunwa

LSSSA/2015/15/132

Ezeuchegbu MaryJane

LSSSA/2015/15/057

Ezeude Lydia

LSSSA/2015/15/099

Ezimora Adaugo

LSSSA/2015/15/014

Ibenye Onyinyechi

LSSSA/2015/15/100

Iheanacho Mmesoma

LSSSA/2015/15/101

Ikwuanusi Vera

LSSSA/2015/15/102

Iwuji Kosisochukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/137

Kamah Chioma

LSSSA/2015/15/104

Maduka Mmesoma

LSSSA/2015/15/169

Mamah Cynthia

LSSSA/2015/15/171

Mgbeafulike Chinaza

LSSSA/2014/14/130

Mmaduabuchi Christabel

LSSSA/2014/14/058

Muoghalu Cordelia

LSSSA/2014/14/131

Muojama Chidimma

LSSSA/2015/15/062

Muorah Chioma

LSSSA/2015/15/063

Ndubilo Chikaodili

LSSSA/2015/15/064

Ngene Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/138

Ngini Peace

LSSSA/2015/15/015

Ngwu Chidera

LSSSA/2014/14/019

Nnabude Chioma

LSSSA/2015/15/065

Nnadi Ruth

LSSSA/2015/15/139

Nsionu MaryCynthia

LSSSA/2014/14/059

Nwabueze Chinagorom

LSSSA/2015/15/066

Nwabunwanne Chinwe

LSSSA/2015/15/173

Nwafor Cherish Clara

LSSSA/2015/15/140

Nwafor Victoria

LSSSA/2015/15/141

Nwankwo Ebelechukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/016

Nwizu Oluebube

LSSSA/2015/15/067

Nwoke Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/107

Nwokonkwo Genevive

LSSSA/2014/14/067

Nwudo Uchechukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/142

Nwuzor Chinenye

LSSSA/2015/15/017

Nzekwe Chimezie

LSSSA/2015/15/143

Obi Chinaemelum

LSSSA/2015/15/108

Obiajulu Amarachukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/019

Obiajulu Chidiogo

LSSSA/2015/15/109

Obianika Obioma

LSSSA/2014/14/177

Obiechina Victoria

LSSSA/2015/15/068

Obiedum Doris

LSSSA/2015/15/178

Obiejesi Jovita

LSSSA/2015/15/110

Obiekezie Esther Don

LSSSA/2015/15/144

Obi-Ezidi Ozioma

LSSSA/2015/15/145

Obika Amara

LSSSA/2015/15/070

Obiora Regina

LSSSA/2015/15/020

Obi-Uchendu Chiamaka

LSSSA/2015/15/111

Obizulu Chidimma

LSSSA/2015/15/021

Odezuluigbo Ifechidelu

LSSSA/2015/15/112

Odinukwe Jennifer

LSSSA/2015/15/113

Oduche Francisca

LSSSA/2015/15/023

Odumodu Geraldine

LSSSA/2015/15/146

Ofodile Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/024

Ofoemezie Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/147

Oforjindu Blessing

LSSSA/2015/15/148

Ogamba Chinemelum

LSSSA/2015/15/179

Ogbunafor Chinaecherem

LSSSA/2014/14/030

Ogidi Chinaza

LSSSA/2015/15/073

Ogu MarySandra

LSSSA/2015/15/149

Oguadimma Chioma

LSSSA/2015/15/150

Ogujawa Chimdalu

LSSSA/2015/15/151

Okafor Chinecherem

LSSSA/2015/15/025

Okafor Chinecherem

LSSSA/2014/14/139

Okafor Dimma

LSSSA/2015/15/180

Okafor Princess

LSSSA/2015/15/029

Okeke Adaeze

LSSSA/2015/15/026

Okeke Blessing

LSSSA/2015/15/188

Okeke Echezona

LSSSA/2015/15/181

Okeke Emmanuela

LSSSA/2015/15/028

Okeke Mary Cynthia

LSSSA/2015/15/030

Okeke Sandra

LSSSA/2015/15/031

Okeke Trinitias

LSSSA/2015/15/027

Okeke Ukamaka

LSSSA/2015/15/032

Okekeocha Deborah

LSSSA/2015/15/033

Okoli Chinaza

LSSSA/2015/15/182

Okoli Chinemerem

LSSSA/2015/15/152

Okonkwo Chinecherem

LSSSA/2015/16/191

Okonkwo Perpetua

LSSSA/2015/15/074

Okoye Jennifer

LSSSA/2015/15/153

Okpala Chidiogo

LSSSA/2015/15/183

Oli Toochukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/184

Omenyi Ijeoma

LSSSA/2015/15/035

Onwunzo Kosisochukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/155

Onyeka Chika

LSSSA/2015/15/157

Onyekwelu Goodness

LSSSA/2015/15/158

Onyekwelu Mary Linda

LSSSA/2014/14/187

Onyemazu Benedicta

LSSSA/2015/15/159

Onyeonoro Olivia

LSSSA/2014/14/034

Onyezili Chidera

LSSSA/2015/15/189

Orabuche Ifunanya

LSSSA/2015/15/160

Oramalu Ifunanyachukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/115

Ozoguji Tukwasichukwuobi

LSSSA/2014/14/198

Robinson Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/116

Tabansi Jacinta

LSSSA/2015/15/079

Ubah Chiagoziem

LSSSA/2015/15/036

Udechukwu Mmesoma

LSSSA/2015/15/118

Udekwe Somtochukwu

LSSSA/2015/15/080

Ugoebuka Mmesoma

LSSSA/2015/15/185

Ugwu Faustina

LSSSA/2015/15/037

Ukoh Chizaram

LSSSA/2015/15/119

Ukpaka Cheluchi

LSSSA/2015/15/038

Umeh Endurance

LSSSA/2015/16/193

Umeugoji Mmasi

LSSSA/2015/15/039

Umezurike Chisom

LSSSA/2015/15/040

Uwah Amarachi

LSSSA/2015/15/120

Uzoagba Oluchukwu

 

 

 Signed 

MANAGEMENT

 

 

 

 

AN ADDRESS PRESENTED BY UDE, FRANCIS ARINZE (REV. FR.) THE MANAGER, LORETTO SPECIAL SCIENCE SCHOOL, ADAZI-NNUKWU ON THE INAUGURATION OF THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR, THE INVESTITURE OF THE NEW STUDENTS AND THE AWARD GIVING DAY ON SUN 18TH NOVEMBER, 2018.

 

………….AND THE STRUGGLE FOR EXCELLENCE CONTINUES.

 

Today marks a memorable day in the academic life of the new students, the older students and also the out-gone students. For the new students, mark it, the school has armed you with the full accoutrements and arsenals of excellence. You are equipped to excel and there is no other option than to succeed. In Loretto, failure is not and shall never be an option; so you owe your parents the debt of justifying all the efforts they make to keep and sustain you here.  To older students, we look up to this day as ‘a harvest of laurels’. It is a day for reward and awards. On such day, industry and excellence are not only announced but they are equally celebrated with pomp and pageantry. For the out-gone students, today, the 18th of November 2018 is a day of reckoning. Far from being a day of judgement, it is a moment of truth. Yes, on the pedestal of these tripartite events, we have gathered to welcome the new students and assure them of the fulfilment of their dreams, for the older students, ‘it’s never too late to start afresh’, and to the QUEEN OF THE PHENOMENAL SET, thanks for being worthy ambassadors of Loretto.

 

THE INVESTITURE

My lovely little ones, see this momentous phase as historic; a transition from a peasant to a royalty. Yes, you have graduated from your junior secondary school to this great citadel of learning, but you must have noticed that Loretto is a different ball game. Here in Loretto, the game is the same but; the rules of the game have been altered. There is no extra time, no half-time; we go the full length without rest. This is a moment of endowment, as the blue blood of the Loretto royalty is being infused into your veins, the moment to prove your royalty has just started. Shy not away from the task of conquering any obstacle on the way to success. I would wish you to adopt these nuggets as a rule of thumb:

  • DARE TO DREAM GREAT DREAMS AND SET TARGETS.
  • BE RESOLVED TO ACHIEVE YOUR DREAMS AND TARGETS.
  • THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO SUCCESS IS THROUGH HARD-WORK.
  • WORK AS IF EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON YOU
  • WALK WITH GOD AS IF EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON GOD.

In Loretto, only the best is good enough for the princesses; therefore strive for nothing but the best.

 

THE INAUGURATION

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a step, says the Chinese philosopher, Lao Tzu. My glorious princesses, in the past academic year, you have put in your best both in your academic life and other aspects of your formation here. You have laboured like one who has a target; while some of you targeted the stars, some had the outer space as their target. The die is now cast, this is the moment for a holistic evaluation, a time to appraise the actions you posited and the ones you left undone. To review the hours you put into good use by studying and the many golden opportunities you might have squandered.

Its worthy of note to observe that while so many of you showed great signs of improvement, majority still displayed superlative accomplishment. This is a welcome development and since we believe in a reward system that encourages and appreciates, we shall honour you not just because you are a princess but you also behave like one. Keep it up. To those who are yet to make an impression, I urge you princesses to lift up your head lest your crown will fall. Remember that a princess is destined to become a queen; therefore you have begun to write your own unparalleled story. Your ‘once upon a time’ is now.

 

THE HARVEST OF STARS

Essentially, we gathered to celebrate resounding success, to dole out great awards to great minds that once hallowed this moulder of queens. Better still, we shall witness a harvest of stars. I am a believer in these quadruplets: dreams, dreamers, dream chasers, dram achievers. Every great dream begins with a dreamer; and when there is a dreamer, there is a dream chaser and also the possibility of a dream achiever. These out-gone ambassadors of ours never slept because dream chasers are always awake, working hard, refusing to give up but will always achieve their dreams. They came, they saw and they have conquered. We shall present them as great minds of sterling qualities; we urge them to remain worthy ambassadors of Loretto.

 

THANKS YOU TEACHERS 

There is the saying, “when the students are ready, the teacher will appear”. The first appreciation goes to Very Rev. Fr. Hilary Nwajagu for making Loretto, ‘primus inter pares’; yes we are the first amongst equals. May the good Lord lead you to achieve even greater exploits in Jesus name, Amen. We have a crop of erudite and dedicated staff; ever ready to go the extra mile to give the students the best. Even as we appreciate the students, we cannot lose sight of the fact that behind every success story is a tactful story writer, the teacher. They initiated the story-line, continued it and saw to its completion. Our teachers here have toiled and moiled; they have burned the midnight candle and have supported the students in all facets of their formation. They deserve our respect and ought to be celebrated too. Once more, thank you teachers, you are the best.

 

NECO 2015 RECOGNIZES LORETTO

 

The academic performance of students of Loretto Special Science both in internal examinations, competitions and external examinations have been unequalled.

 This is due to the zero tolerance in examination  malpractice  being instilled in them from the moment they step into the school. The conducive and serene environment made possible by the effort of the school management together with proper guidance, counselling and above all the dedicated effort of the qualified tutorial staff made the school to be synonymous with Excellence!

The students, therefore, have no reason not to be the best.

This outstanding academic performance also made the National Examination Council (NECO) of Nigeria in the last examination conducted, June/July 2014/2015, to recognize Loretto again as she produced the Second best student in Anambra State in the person of Okolocha Mmesoma.

At Loretto Special Science School, ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IS INDEED OUR PRIDE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE STANDARD REMAINS BUT POWER HAS CHANGED HANDS)

 

 

 

After 8 years of intensive administrative work, building the broken, character formation and raising the standard of education to its present height by the first manager, Rev. Fr. Hilary Obinna Nwajagu, since the return of the school to the mission, under the proprietorship of the Catholic Bishop of Awka, His Lordship Most Rev. Dr Paulinus Ezeokafor, it is now time for a the baton to be handed over.

 

 

 

The bishop after the transfer of priests in September, 2018 has posted to the school (Loretto special science school, Adazi-Nnukwu, a new manager in the person of Rev. Fr. Francis Ude (former assistant manager Holy Child, Isuofia) and Rev. Fr. Daniel Odumegu to assist him while the former manager Rev. Fr.  Hilary Nwajagu, is now the Education Secretary, Awka diocese and his assistant Rev. Fr. Jeremiah is now a  parish priest

 

 

 

The Loretto family which includes Staff, Students and members of the P.T.A welcome you Rev. Fr. Francis and Rev. Fr. Daniel and we promise to support you and we pray and hope for more support from everyone who has the interest of the school at heart.

We also used the opportunity to say well-done to the managers emeritus Fr. Hillary and Rev. Fr. Jeremiah. You have ran the race to the end, the fight you have fought to the finish. May God give you that crown, bless and reward you as you move to work in his vineyard in another capacity. Amen. We are certain Fr. Hillary will do well as the education secretary as one who believes that education indeed has a standard that not only must be attained but maintained. We know that Fr. Jeremiah will also be do very well at the parish having served us well here. We will indeed miss your physical presence.

 

The handover was successfully done at the last PTA meeting which took place on the 6th of October, 2018. 

 

 

 

Pictures from the handover event on the 6th of October, 2018

 

 

 

LORETTO GETS A 32 SEATER COASTER BUS AND 5MILLION NAIRA FROM THE GOVERNOR, CHIEF DR. WILLIE OBIANO FOR WINNING THE BEST SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NIGERIA AWARD!

 

On 18TH October, 2016, at St.  Andrews Catholic Church, Adazi-Nnukwu, Anambra State, a thanksgiving mass of the Commissioner for Information, Mrs Uju Nworgu in which the Governor of Anambra State, His Excellency Chief Dr. Willie Obiano, other dignitaries, students (Loretto and Bubendorff ) as well as parishioners were present. The Pontifical Mass was celebrated by the Auxiliary Bishop of Awka Diocese, His Lordship Most Rev. Jonas Benson Okoye together with other priests present.

Towards the end of the mass, two students from Loretto Special Science School (our school), by name Miss Dunu Gift Onyinye and Obiesili Chidimma were called upon to appreciate the Governor for his good works. 

Dunu Onyinye             Obiesili Chidimma

These students rendered a flawless and outstanding speech with oratorical precision, confidence, and perfect grammar. The Governor and all present were overwhelmed, amazed and marvelled at the product of this citadel of learning which was just adjudged Best Senior Secondary School in the Federation by the Federal Ministry of Education on the 5th of October, 2015 in the 2014/2015 Presidents Teachers’ and Schools’ Excellence Award at Eagle Square, Abuja.

To appreciate the school for being the best senior secondary school in Nigeria the Governor donated a brand new 32 seater coaster bus and 5Million naira to the school. He also gave the two students who delivered the awesome speech a hundred thousand naira (N100, 000) each.

All these the working Governor, Chief Dr. Willie Obiano, who knows the value of education, fulfilled in just a week after He made the promise.

The school management, staff and students are proud of our Governor, who received the Award of best Governor on 20th February, 2016 at Lagos. We appreciate all your contributions to the development of this school. Once again thank you very much our beloved Governor, Chief Dr. Willie Obiano.  


Indeed Wilie is Working.

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