At 38th anniversary, Greensprings School reflects on growth, impact
Greensprings School, Lagos recently rolled out the drums to celebrate its 38th years anniversary and the occasion was an opportunity to reflect on the past and plans for the future.
Founder, Mrs. Lai Koiki spoke about the growth and impact that the school has had over the years.
According to her, the school started from a humble beginning of only three students, and in 38 years, about 40,000 students have been enrolled with many of its alumni now captains of industries and successful entrepreneurs contributing to the growth of the country.
Koiki said: “Greensprings as a name and school, has proved impactful, and our alumni are accomplishing giant strides across various sectors like technology, science, art, business and sports.”
Since the school is only two years away from being four decades, the founder described each decade in one word, namely dream, perseverance, thanksgiving and impact.
She said the words were chosen to describe the progression of the school from being birthed from a dream to persevering through the hurdles, then thanksgiving to God for his faithfulness and finally, the impact that the school has achieved through the years.
She thanked the staff, students, parents, investors, partners and government for being instrumental in the school’s success over the years.
Get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox every day of the week. Stay informed with the Guardian’s leading coverage of Nigerian and world news, business, technology and sports.