In 2019, Bridge pupils sat the Common entrance exam for the first time. Fifty-five children (31 girls; 24 boys) sat the exam from some of the most economically disadvantaged communities in Lagos, including Ijagemo and Maya.
2019 Key statistic:
Fifty-eight percent of pupils surpassed the historical Unity school cutoff score for Lagos state; the most competitive state.
- Our best performing male pupil, Franklin Adedeji, achieved 182 marks out of 200.
- Our best performing female pupil, Fatimat Ibrahim, achieved 179 marks out of 200.
- One Bridge pupil won a prestigious Shell scholarship to study at top independent secondary school in Lagos.
Bridge Nigeria pupil, Franklin Adedeji now attends a top secondary school in Lagos as a beneficiary of a prestigious scholarship after performing exceptionally well in the national common entrance exam.