O-Gas Teens Can Cook Event and Debate Competition

Hillcrest College participated in the ‘O-Gas Teens Can Cook Event’ and Debate competition organized jointly by OVH Energy Marketing Limited and Oando Gas Company.   The event took place on Thursday, 5th October 2017, at Access High School Calabar,

The school was represented by the following students:

Glory Peter Okon (for debate competition)

Deborah Ita (for cooking competition)

Rachael Archibong, Glory Oko Bassey, Ibifuro Samuel Kalio, Divine Emmanuel Ekong and Ruth Archibong. 

The school came 1st in the Debate Competition and 3rd in the Cooking Competition respectively.  The Home Economics teacher (Mrs O. Atulomah) came 2nd in the teachers’ dance competition.


"Modern Slavery From The Eyes Of The Children"

Hillcrest College was one of the schools invited to attend the "Modern Slavery From The Eyes Of The Children" as a result of the students outstanding performances in the Art Competition that was organised by the Slave Museum Marina Resort. They were: Angel Charles Arako, Dauzion Charles Arako, Caro-Praise Ayamba, Winifred Dike.

The school came 1st in the competition and four representatives of Hillcrest College made history as their Artworks are in the Slave History Museum Marina Resort, Calabar, Cross River State.

 

 


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