New Building for  BFHS Junior School

BFHS Junior School Will Soon Have A Building Like This

Students of BFHS Junior School will soon be smiling, as construction of a new 19-classroom building will soon start to replace their current dilapidated classrooms. According to the report from Mr. Feyisola Dinyo (BIFOBA President), during 2014 Annual Homecoming, (an event that took place for the very first time on the school’s premises and in the Ultra Modern Auditorium [under construction]), Gov. Babatunde Fashola, through his Commissioner of Education and other State dignitaries, expressed his appreciation for the complementing role of BIFOBA and efforts of Old Boys world wide in the development of BFHS. The Commissioner of Education, on behalf of Gov. Babatunde Fashola, announced the following:

  1. The award of a contract of a new 19-classroom building for BFHS Junior School
  2. The award of a contract to fence the undisputed portion of the school land

BIFOBA President also informed Old Boys that Birch Freeman High School now has a new principal: Mr. T.O. Adeosun 

North America Chapter shipped one thousand (1000) Dictionaries/Gazetteers to Birch Freeman High School Students for the 2014-2015 School Year in honor of Late Mr. David Tunde Lowo.

Also, Mr. Alli Oseni donated updated editions of complete books of Encyclopedia ( A to Z) to the school's library for academic reference. The shipment of the books to BFHS is already on the way: Thanks to Mr. Francis Van-Lare

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Memphis 2014: NA Reunion's Report 

On Friday, July 18 through Sunday, July 20, 2014, (BIFOBA) North America chapter organized the seventh alumni reunion in Memphis, Tennessee. The event was held at Homewood Suite, Hilton Hotel in Memphis. Alumni, families and friends across North America gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of the past, review the present, and look toward the successful future for the chapter and BIFOBA as a whole.

On Friday of the event, members started arriving at the venue as early as 8 am. By 2 pm, members already gathered in the hall of the venue,…

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Role of Alumni in Education

Fellow Old Old Boys, and Friends. I want to use this medium to stir up conversation and find a solution to arrest the problem of failure of our schools in Nigeria. I have been reading the news about students especially High School students in Nigeria and parts of West Africa. The Latest I heard was the 100% failure of High School Students in Liberia seeking admission to Universities. Question? Who is responsible for the mass failure of our pupils. Is it the Students, the teachers, the school…

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