Notice to SS3 Parents
Please be advised that CSA is not organising a school prom for our SS3 students. Some students may choose to organise a prom for themselves but this is not an official CSA function. CS does not support this prom and as such takes no responsibility for a programme organised by students alone.
This does not affect the scheduled Graduation diner and Graduation day which take place at CSA on July 13th and 14th respectively.
CSA in the Media
A group of 20 students spent 1 week at the AIT and Ray Power studios in Asokoro. They learned how to fulfil a variety a roles including newscaster, reporter, DJ and so on. The culmination of the week was the broadcast on AITs future voices slot on Sunday, newscasting on the Sunday International News and the anchoring of the Sunday morning Radio program on Ray Power. More details and photoes to follow.
We are delighted to announce the huge success of our 3rd CSA Interhouse Sports competition. The winning house were Mandella and everyone who attended enjoyed the spectactle of keenly contested races and the extravagence of the march passed. More to follow ...
New Developments at CSA
African Achievers Award
Capital Science is very proud to announce that it has been honoured by the African International Achievers Awards. Members of the board and other guests attended the awards ceremony in London at the end of February where they were presented with the award.
In previous PTA meeting funds were allocated for a Coaster bus, magazine subscriptions for the library, the refurbishment of 2 classrooms (please see main news item), funds for science - for the purchase of a high-powered telescope and laboratory equipment - and for the media club. Most of these items have now been purchased and the media room now has a suite of 8 PCs, A3 scanner, printers, laminator etc.
We currently have 2 vacancies at the academy. Please visit the Vacancies page for details.