The power of excellence, greater achievements

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Rosebud College, The academics Excellence Survivor of This Generation.

Rosebud School is a co-educational private institution, consisting of the pre-school, Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary and Cambridge A-Levels for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 18. All applicants are required to complete and submit an application form before they can take the entrance examination.

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Journey So Far

Rosebud School, consisting of the pre-school primary, secondary Junior and High Schools ..... Read More

Mission

Rosebud School is a co-educational private institution, consisting of the pre-school ..... Read More

Vision

Our aim is to provide first class academic, vocational and sporting facilities, human and material... Read More

Managers

VICE PRINCIPAL (ACADEMIC) AND COORDINATOR, MR.OLUWABUSUYI ABIODUN ... Read More

Our Core Values


Since we are dedicated to providing, for our future leaders, opportunities that will enable them to achieve their highest mental, physical and moral potentials, we have the following as our core values:

  • Can-do-it Spirit
  • Creativity
  • Hard work
  • Love & Care
  • Pursuit of Excellence
  • Quality of Character

Can-do-it Spirit


Given that our God is never identified with impossibility, we at Rosebud School, have never shared the pessimistic view that certain things are quite impossible for humans to achieve. This is because we know pretty sure that where there is a will, there is indubitably a way. We do tell our students, as much as we can, that the success story of how our school was founded could have been elusive today if the founders’ passion had not been ruled be can-do-it-spirit. The moment an individual believes very strongly that he or she cannot achieve a goal, he or she is already a candidate in the examination hall of failure. We try to inspire confidence in our students, making them believe that with God, all things are possible.


Creativity

can do it spirit Creativity has been defined in diverse ways by scholars based on their chosen interests. Andrew Horwitz, a specialist in art and cultural strategies, defined creativity as the art of dreaming or as the ability to harness artistic imagination and vision to effectively implement unexpected, innovative ideas. To us at Rosebud School, the importance of creativity in relation to global development can never be underestimated. It is unfortunate to see most nations suffer serious setbacks today because thinking heads refuse to manifest. Where creativity is missing, all the indices of backwardness will constitute a normal feature. Our students are exposed to a number of productive processes that help in bringing out the best in them. We make them rest assured that whatever they can dream or create, as Aristotle said, they can achieve.


Hardwork


can do it spirit We at Rosebud School subscribe, quite strongly, to the view that God, our creator, is a graphic illustration of the value of hardwork. He exuded this winsome value when He had to work for six consecutive days before He decided to rest on the seventh day. Hardwork, we believe, helps in bringing wholesome success on the path of humans. Francis Bacon once affirmed, “I will work hard; then opportunity will come”. We do our utmost in drawing the attention of our students to various icons who are worthy models in the terrain of hardwork. We stress the benefits that are associated with the value of hardwork.


Love & Care


love and care Love, genuine love, is considered one of the most appealing values needed to keep our world moving. Relationship thrives on the canvas of Love. When there is love, peace reigns. The crisis of love has sparked off a number of crises in our society. In view of the foregoing, we, at Rosebud School, see much sense in propagating the value of love as well as making love spread among our students. We educate them so that they can be seen as loving God when they love their neighbours. We also tell them that all killings, maimings and other inhuman acts manifesting in our society are never borne out of love. To us, being one’s brother’s keeper is a virtue that all humans need to possess that all may care for one another.


Pursuit of Excellence


can do it spirit In our school, we do not suffer mediocrity gladly. Our position is that an individual must strive towards attaining the height of excellence in whatever area his or her interest lies. This is why we try our best at not only celebrating excellence but also enshrining it. While we, as a school, have been celebrated by different organisations and bodies on account of excellence, we have equally succeeded in celebrating people {Our students inclusive} on the grounds of excellence. We instil the value of excellence in our students, using the means of established motivational speakers who are drawn from all walks of life. To spur our students into a tireless pursuit of excellence, we always leave them with this remark, “That you are classmates today doesn’t mean you will end up as mates tomorrow. Excellence shows the difference”.


Quality of Character


can do it spirit A school of thought notes that beauty doesn’t ultimately consist in physical outlook but in character. The implication of this is that the quality of an individual’s character goes a long way to mark him or her out as a responsible personality in his or her community. There is no contending the truth that our society is this bad because there is obviously a crisis of good character. Given this reality, one doesn’t need to be amazed any longer as to why vices outnumber virtues in our society. For us to play our role in puncturing the big baloon of waywardness which pervades all strata of our society, we encourage out students, through exemplary leadership, to arm themselves with quality of character. This, we believe, will make them shine in the midst of darkness anywhere they find themselves.

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  • Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

    Malcolm X
  • Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.

    Nelson Mandela
  • Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.

    Anthony J. D'Angelo

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No 20, Adebayo Alao Akala Way, Oke ibadan Estate
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