ICON UNITED MILLENNIUM SCHOOL: Admission Notice and a Call for Sponsors of Scholarship Initiative

updated 30 Apr, 2024

According to the reformer, slavery abolitionist, Whig politician and Father of American Education, Horace Mann (1796–1859), “Education...is a great equalizer”. At Icon United Millennium School, we believe that if you can educate a man and a woman, you have educated generations. With that, while we announce admissions into Icon United Millennium School, we also appeal to sponsors to provide scholarships for the less privilege so they can afford quality education.

The Icon United Millennium School, situated at Orhuwhorun Road in the Udu local government area of Delta State, is currently admitting pupils and stidents into its nursery, primary, and secondary classes. To all school students living in Warri South, Warri South-West, Warri North, Udu local government areas and its environs, we are offering admissions into the following classes: Kiddies 1–3, Basics 1–6, Junior Secondary School (JSS) 1–3 and Senior Secondary School (SSS) 1–3.

To parents, while we appreciate the fact that choosing the right school for your wards is a major decision, we are nonetheless confident to state that the Icon United Millennium School is your best bet as far as quality education is concerned. It is therefore open for your young ones education.

In addition, as an academic organisation that has the present and future interest of the citizens in Nigeria, we are aware that, based on our recent research and findings, many school learners have dropped out of the academic pursuit because of the current economic hardship. This is not a good sign for the future of our children, our communities, the country and the world at large.

On our part, the authority of Icon United Millennium School tried its best to reduce school fees to an affordable level to enable pupils and students alike to attend school, but still many can't afford to pay their fees. We need to encourage the young ones to acquire education which is an investment and a passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. We all know that education helps to improve life as well as bring progress to our communities, thereby making the world a much more better place.

The Icon United Millennium School is therefore using this medium to express its concerns and to appeal to parents to do all they can to support their wards' education despite the current economic woes. We are also appealing to government agencies and non-government organisations and foundations alike, such as the Esther & Mathew Tonlagha Foundation, the Tompolo Educational Foundation, well-to-do leaders in the community and in the Ijaw Nation at large, to join hands with the Icon United Millennium School to compliment its efforts towards boosting quality education in order to make it affordable for the less privilege.

Towards achieving the above objective, the Icon United Millennium School proposes a scholarship scheme to be sponsored by good spirited personalities and organisations in the Niger Delta region and beyond, for some of our early learners, mostly those from the coastal areas, Gbaramatu Kingdom inclusive, and other neighboring. Kingdoms and communities, to achieve the school's educational status for Nursery N15,000k, Primary N17,000k, Secondary N20,000k, and Adult education N30,000k.

For present and future progress of our society, the Icon United Millennium School sincerely plead with good spirited individuals in the region, in the country and the world at large, who are interested in our proposal of an educational scholarship scheme for early learners, to feel free to contact us for more enquiries on 07035621857, 09068290096, 07034322146, or visit our school at No. 10 Mission Street, after Potters House, behind Kepas Filling Station, Orhunwhorun Road, Udu L.G.A.

It is important to note that education is a very important element for the struggle of human rights. And so, there should not be segregation of the poor and the rich, as it is a means to rediscover future leaders.


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