Saker Baptist College, boasting a perfect pass rate at the Ordinary Level with tonnes of ''A'' grades in all the subjects of the Cameroon GCE curriculum, has topped a nationwide list of schools that enter students for GCE Ordinary level examinations. The school, which boasts a remarkable record of its ex-students being professionals in high quality walks of life, achieved the best grades ever by a school in the South West Region of Cameroon
Pupils of Groups I and II of Government School (GS) Buea Town have been encourage to borrow a leaf from Mola Godfrey Elali Efoe Jr. of the USA who has the spirit of blessing others with what God has blessed him with.
A representative of the Inspector of Basic Education for Buea, Sophie Mojoko Mbua, made this call on Friday January 10, 2016, during the presentation of end of year results and special prize ceremony of 120 awards sponsored by Mola Elali Efoe.
General trends in mathematics results at the General Certificate of Education (GCE) Examination in Cameroon, especially at the Ordinary level, show less than 12.5% pass rates every year. Many students fail the subject before they even sit the exams. Though some students who excel in science subjects also do fail the subject, most of those whose focus is in Art subjects see the subject as a no-go area.
Ahead of the 2016 GCE session, Fako News Centre interviewed the Principal of Bilingual Grammar School (BGS), Molyko, Buea, Ms Lois Ikome. In the interview, she .......................................................................
Your guide to English-speaking Cameroon's best twenty five schools. The full analysis looks at how schools performed overall, performances in maths and English, the quality of grades achieved by schools, the overall ranking of schools based on combined performances at the Ordinary and Advanced levels etc
Saker Baptist College, Limbe, one of Cameroon’s best schools, held its graduation and prize-giving ceremony on Saturday 17th of May, 2014.
The event was attended by the principal of the college Mrs Matuke Stella Tonge, guest speaker Dr Njwa Eyere, staff of the establishment and the entire student body. This ceremony was also organised to officially send forth its 53rd Batch of Form Five students (the class of 2009 year of admission into Form One) and 26th Batch of Upper Sixth students. Upon arrival the students, staff and guests were greeted by a beautifully decorated church hall that had the glamour and glitz of Hollywood Oscars yet the prestige of the Nobel Prize awards. Beautifully decorated cakes bearing the names of some students were all too clear for everyone to see.
The new method the authorities of the Cameroon GCE Board adopted to release this year’s GCE results led to lots of tension and uncertainty amongst candidates and their relatives. It took more than forty eight hours for some students even within Buea where the Head Office of the Board is located to have details of their results. After the results were released on Wednesday August 1, 2013, candidates around Buea rushed to the GCE Board Head Office, the CRTV
Results of the 2012 edition of the First School Leaving certificate examination that were released on June 27, 2012 in the South West Region have recorded an improvement of 1.3 per cent. According to statistics obtained from the Inspectorate of Basic Education in Buea, the candidates scored a 90.20 per cent pass rate compared to 88.90 per cent in 2011. Out of 25,528 (24,740 internal and 1005 external) candidates who .....................
The Hall of National Social Insurance Fund that goes with the French acronym (CNPS) at Mile 17, Buea, was jammed to capacity on Thursday, 30 June, 2011, when relatives, friends and the public turned out to witness the graduation ceremony of the 16th batch of Grade One student-teachers of the Government Teachers Training College (GTTC), Buea.
The ceremony saw the award of end-of-course certificates and
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ANALYSIS. At the Ordinary Level GCE, schools are ranked by order of merit based on general passes, then the same schools are ranked by order of merit based on pass rates in English, and then schools are ranked by order of merit based on pass rates in Mathematics. At the Advanced levels, schools are ranked based on overall pass rates.
The Saker Baptist College Annual Awards Ceremony took place on Saturday the 15th May 2010. It was attended by special guest speaker Mrs Lois Ikome, an ex-student of the school. Mrs Ikome captivated the audience with her inspirational speech under the theme ‘Women of Virtues’ in which she ................................................
Authorities of the General Certificate of Education (GCE) examination board have adopted strategies to ensure maximum security during the exams come Monday, 1 June , 2009. Speaking at a press conference the registrar of the GCE board, Humphrey Monono, disclosed that these decisions would..................................