Two Students of the Ambassadors College emerge Winners of the Cowbellpedia Math Quiz!

Two Students of the Ambassadors College, Ota in Ogun State of Nigeria has emerged winners of the 2016 edition of the Cowbellpedia Mathematics Television Quiz Show. The Students are Juliet Ekoko and Ayooluwa Oguntade and they won in both the junior and senior categories respectively.

Oguntade who is currently the Head Boy […]

2017 JAMB Forms not yet on Sales- Authority

Nigeria’s tertiary admissions governing body, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has warned the general public that it is yet to commence form sales for the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination- UTME. To this end, prospective candidates are advised against purchasing purported JAMB forms from some unscrupulous Nigerians.

In a Statement […]

What really makes Christmas so Special for Teens?

This past Christmas weekend, I was at my Uncle’s house honouring his family’s invitation to spend the moment with them. My God; was it boring! Shhhh… Anyway, my Uncle and his wife have four children, beloved cousins of mine two of whom are teenagers. Now here is the thing- one thing is peculiar […]

Teens, Behold The Beauty Of Sossuvlei!

Hello teens! I trust you’re all eagerly waiting to know which spectacular landmark/place we will be looking at today. Well do not wait anymore because here now I present to you Sossusvlei; the beautiful Salt & Clay Pan located in Namibia, Southern Africa. What makes this place exceptionally beautiful is its topography- patches of marshy […]

Desire a Bright and Successful Future? These FREE Computer Coding Classes May Be the Start You Need

If you are curious about computer systems and would like to know how they do what they do, then you are in much luck as there’s now a way to do that and still combine it with school! How exactly?

Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) is offering a range of after-school programmes, specially designed for […]

A Day In Lagos Traffic (Story)

Sitting beside the smelly bus driver, I observed the traffic through a cracked windscreen. The vehicles were of assorted kind- old, new and the rickety, all stretched out along the pothole-filled road while moving at a snail’s pace. It was almost a beautiful sight, and even though I was too frustrated to dwell much […]

Amazing Stuff! Thirteen Year Old Boy Generates Electricity

This should inspire every teenager!

An amazing story is making the rounds on the internet about a thirteen (13) year old boy who generates his own electricity. Now isn’t that something interesting! I mean…the boy is just thirteen years old and he already has this ingenious way of thinking. Just imagine how bright his […]

A Look Into the History Of Nigeria’s Independence

In another week, Nigerians will be commemorating Independence Day – on October 1 – for it was on this day in 1960 that the country got her independence from Great Britain. But how did Nigeria come to be a British colony? What was life like for the indigenous people before colonisation? And how […]

MY TEENAGE DIARY

Once I was young; can’t believe how much I’ve grown. Yet the memories of my childhood remain ever fresh with me all thanks to the diary I kept growing up. Now if you recall, some days ago I briefly shared about Nursery School experiences, the many tears I cried the first time I […]

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BEHIND THE FOUR WALLS WITH MANY DESKS: AWKWARD SITUATIONS TEENS OFTEN FACE IN THE CLASSROOM

So today students across the country are back to school; yay! But perhaps it isn’t such fun after all considering how in life some experiences are exhilarating to some and utterly depressing to others. If you’re lucky enough to be the happening kid, you will certainly be the centre of attraction in your […]

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