The AISA Art Challenge is an exciting annual competition that seeks to foster and strengthen the connections amongst students in our member schools through Art.
AISA would like to congratulate the following 12 students whose art will be published in the 2014 AISA Calendar.
The Principal Performance Evaluation System was developed through the thoughtful and conscientious contributions of the members of the Association of American Schools in South America (AASSA) Principal Evaluation Design Team.
Our Motto: In Pursuit of Excellence. Our Vision: The integration and promotion of womanhood into the topmost heights in all aspects of human endeavour. Our Mission: To offer the girl-chid qualitative and functional secondary school education. To inculcate in the girl-child the pursuit of perfection and excellence. To raise a generation of young women who will respect and uphold the dignity of labour. To nurture girls to grow, live and function as unique and respectable wives, mothers and professionals of tomorrow. To develop in our girls the basic qualities of independence, initiative and confidence to enable them to succeed in life. To enable them to contribute positively to the community, nation and world at large.
Dutch 1, UAE National 1, Irish 1, Qatari 1 , Srilankan 1, Canadian 1, Italian 1, Britons 17, Americans 22, Nigerians 331.
Grade( 7-9 )20 PER CLASS
Grade (10-12)20 PER CLASS
WAEC, IGCSE,CHECKPOINT, SAT, TOEFL
First Language English, French Language, Yorubalang, Igbo Language, Chinese Language.
Sports and Clubs
Basketball, Athletics, Music Club, Taekwaodo, Tennis, etc.
Other One Time Fees
% of Graduates Attending College
Colleges/Universities graduates attend
Colleges / Universities in America, England, Canada, Russia, Ghana, and Nigeria.
Vivian Fowler Memorial College for Girls was established in 1991 to promote the advancement of women through quality and functional education. The college is a supportive community of individuals with a passion for excellence. It offers a balanced education which develops students' personal qualities to enable them to cope with life in universities both in and outside Nigeria. The exclusive nature of the girls only college is aimed at reducing the possibility of bias in the choice of subjects and careers. It raises expectations, develops a wider variety of leadership opportunities and balances a desciplined work routine with an enjoyable social life outside the classroom.