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Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary

Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary is a private co-educational school in Agunfoye-Lugbusi Village, Ikorodu, Lagos Nigeria. It is jointly owned by three Anglican dioceses in the Lagos Province – Lagos, Lagos West and Lagos Mainland, Church of Nigeria.

Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary (BMJS)
BMJS
Location
Agunfoye Lugbusi village, Ikorodu Lagos

Ikorodu
,
Nigeria
,
Information
School typeSecondary school
MottoTo God Is Wisdom and Knowledge
Religious affiliation(s)Church of Nigeria
DenominationAnglican
Established18 October 1996
FounderArchbishop Abiodun Adetiloye
PrincipalRev.Bamidele Osunyomi
ChaplainRev.Bamidele Osunyomi
GenderCoeducational
Age10 to 18
Average class size36
Medium of languageEnglish
HousesArchbishop Abiodun Adetiloye, Bishop Adelakun Howells, Rev.Thomas Babington Macaulay, Rev. Paley
Colour(s)Purple and lilac
SongWith God our strength
SportsFootball, basketball, volleyball, athletics, table tennis, tennis.
NicknameBMJS

In 2003, it participated in a science competition against some other secondary schools in Nigeria, including Redeemer's International School, Effortswill High School, Supreme Education Centre, Caleb International School, Atlantic Hall and Grace High School.[1]

The master plan for the school's campus was developed by A. T. Onajide Architects of Lagos.[2]


BMJS's first Principal was the then Ven. Akin Odejide, ably supported by Ven. Tunde Oduwole and host of senior tutors; Mr Itiolu, Mr Arabambi, Mr Alagbala, Mr Jolayemi, Mr Babarinsa, Mrs Oki, Ms Akinrenmi and so on.

BRESCAG competitionEdit

BRESCAG is an abbreviation for the pioneer schools that participated in the competition ~ Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary, Redeemers International Secondary School, Efforts will School, Solid Foundation School, Caleb International, Atlantic Hall and Grace High School respectively. The competition started in 1998 and has held every year since then at different venues allowing students to find what they excel in, both educationally and in sports. Competition include sports, athletics, science competitions, arts and debate.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Olajide, Olaleye (26 March 2003). "Lagos Private Schools Go Scientific". Thisday. Archived from the original on 26 October 2009. Retrieved 23 October 2009.
  2. ^ "Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary". A. T. Onajide Architects. Archived from the original on 26 October 2009. Retrieved 23 October 2009.

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