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49th Anniversary celebration of Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School (MCSS) Ikeja Lagos Nigeria

Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School Ikeja, a co educational institution founded by the Sisters of Our Lady of Apostles otherwise known as OLA on 21St January 1969.

MCSS will hold her 49th School Anniversary on the 26th and 27th of January 2018.

The Anniversary celebration will be characterized by a number of activities which includes Prize giving/ Award ceremony as well as Career counselling/Career talk which will hold on the 26th January,2018. The Career Counselling talks will be delivered by Ex Landers who have distinguished themselves in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Agriculture, I.T. and Human resources.

The activities of the 27th January,2018 will include Opening mass for the Jubilee celebration addition to the lighting of the grotto just to mention a few.

The celebration will flag off the 50th anniversary of the school coming up in January 2019

The Great Landers Alumni Association will also hold a brief meeting / get together on the 27th in the School Hall.


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