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Presentation National High School (P.N.H.S) is all Girls, all Boarders Post Primary Institution located in a serene environment in the suburb of Benin City, Edo State. It was founded by the Catholic Archdiocese of Benin City on the 21st of November, 1989, with Most Rev. Dr. P.E. Ekpu, (now Archbishop Emeritus) as its First Proprietor.
The school was founded to aptly respond to the unending search of parents for a school that not only provides a holistic and all round education, but one that gives utmost attention to moral rectitude. This it does in an environment that gives room for personal creativity on the part of the students, but discourages unhealthy c...Read more
MOST REV. DR. AUGUSTINE OBIORA AKUBEZE
Most Rev. Dr. Augustine Obiora AkuBeze was born on 25th August 1956, in Kaduna, to the family of lat Read more
Presentation National High School
All lift up thy name
By the Grace of our Lord Almighty
We will achieve our aim
Let the name of our school be raised
The first of them all among equals
And the flag keeps flying to restore our strength
Oh hail Archbishop
Raise your voices as we praise the school
In all the Read more
Products of Presentation National High School are sure to shine wherever they go, and so is the case of DIANE NDIDI ISIBOR, who through her stunning academic performances took the world by surprise, thus earning for herself a rare standing ovation during her graduation.
Diane graduated with an impeccable First Class Bachelor Degree of Business Administration in Accounting and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Valdosta State University, United States of America with a perfect cumulative grade point average (CCGPA) of four over four (4/4).
This outstanding performance earned her the spring 2017 President’s/Vice Chancellor’s Awards for Academic Excellence (for the Harley Langdale Jr. College of Business Administration) and the Annie Power Hopper award. Awards she received at the institution’s 223rd convocation ceremony held on Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, 2017. No wonder guests at the ceremony stood in awe of her.
Before graduating from Valdosta State University, she was a recipient of the following scholarships and awards: the 2016 V.S.U President’s choice scholarship, 2016 Georgia Gulf Sulphur Scholarship, 2016 Institute of Management, Accountants Memorial Education Fund Award, 2015 and 2016 Georgia Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Scholarship, the 2016 Ritchie Jennings Memorial Scholarship from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, 2016 Accounting and Finance Women’s Alliance Scholarship and the 2016 Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants scholarship among others.
As a student of Presentation National High School, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, a Catholic all Girls Boarding School in the Archdioceses of Benin City, Diane won the Spell Bound Africa Competition at the State/Zonal Levels and the National Level. In recognition of her coming top, she had audience with Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, the Nobel Prize winner, Prof. Wole Soyinka, Senator Ben Murray Bruce and some literary icons.
MRS .F. MBA (Guardian& Counselor) 08037874356
Mr. Eboh (Accountant) 08053192379
Mr. Chigboo ( ICT) 08072945288
School Secretary 07053366823 .
MID-TERM BREAK COMES UP JUNE, 3RD 2017. TIME 8AM. HOW TO CHECK ENTRANCE RESULT
1.Just click on Check Entrance Exam Result. the second link of the vertical menu located on the left side on your screen after News.
2. type in your access pin no. the one you used for your on line 3. Click ChResult Button
HOW TO CHECK YOUR DAUGHTERS/WARDS RESULT 1. Place your mouse pointer on Account on the horizontal menu and click Log in 2. Enter your User Name and Password. The system will automatically login to the appropriate panel that is Student Panel. 3. Once you are logged in to your panel click Icon/Menus to go the Icon/Menus page. 4. As a Student , select My Result Assessment , The results are arranged by Session and Term with latest one at the last. 5. Click View/Print to any result to view it.
Note the page is usually disable during the exam period.