The Grange School alumni, former parents and friends of Grange will gather to celebrate 60 years of Grange School at its Anniversary Fund Raising Gala themed “Unfolding the Future”. This event will take place on Saturday, November 16th, 2019 at the Muson Center, Onikan Lagos, and will feature school performances by the student choir, orchestra and drama teams including goodwill messages and awards to well-deserving alumni, teachers and parents.
Several dignitaries, captains of industry and Governing board members have confirmed attendance at the black-tie/full traditional Fundraising gala aimed at celebrating the legacy, continuity and excellence of the school while at the same time injecting and increasing funds for school capital projects. The school is calling on its invited guests and well-wishers to partner with them and lend financial support to the school.
Grange at 60 Gala night is a follow-up to earlier programs marking the 60th-anniversary celebration of the school. The theme is in line with the vision to build new infrastructure aimed at creating a well-grounded child whose future dreams and aspirations can become a reality. It will be recalled the Vice President of Nigeria, His Excellency Prof. Yemi Osinbajo led other notable members of the society in a logo unveiling ceremony for this cause.
Grange School is a private boarding and day school in Ikeja, founded in 1958, with the aim to provide education equivalent in standard to that which is obtainable in the UK. The School has built its reputation as a pacesetter in the arts, sciences, classics and sports, by being able to set a precedent of quality education in the last 60 years. Grange School aims at ensuring students are taught to be role models and mentors capable of dealing with life’s challenges, especially after School.
According to Chairman of the Grange School Board of Directors, Mr. Dayo Lawuyi MON “the impressive academic accomplishment of the institution is not just attributed to its dedicated teachers, intelligent students and their diligence, but also to Friends of Grange who have given us adequate support in so many ways over the years”