Awards

Prizes, Awards, Recognitions, Achievements

  • National Gallery of Arts, Enugu Children Day Art Competition - 2023
  • Life In My City Arts Festival Children Art Workshop - 2022
  • Coal City University National Essay Contest - 2022
  • National Gallery of Arts, Enugu Annual Art Exhibition - 2022
  • National Gallery of Arts, Enugu Annual Art Exhibition - 2018

ALIS Student Clinched 3rd Prize and Consolation Prizes

The National Gallery of Art, NGA, was established in fulfillment of the provisions of Nigeria’s Cultural Policy launched in 1988 in accordance with the recommendations of the committee of patrons of the World Decade for Cultural Development (WDCD) approved by UNESCO. The National Gallery of Art is responsible for the Identification, Classification, Presentation and Promotion of Nigeria Visual Art.

Some students of ALIS participated in the May 27 Children Day Art Competition themed “The Impart of Social Media on the Nigerian Child” and won the following prizes:

3rd Prize Winner
Arinzechukwu Akpom (SS2)

Consolation Prizes
Ugochukwu Obi (SS2)
Chukwueloka Madichie (SS1)
God’sTreasure Okwor (JS2)
 

Arinzechukwu Akpom – 3rd Prize Winner
Chukwueloka Madichie – Consolation Prize Winner
Ugochukwu Obi – Consolation Prize Winner

 

ALIS Won Best Prize in Painting and Ceramics and 2nd Best School Overall

Life In My City Arts Festival established in 2007 is an annual celebration of creativity featuring young talents in the Nigerian art landscape. The Grand Finale features works of art from young people across the country, selected from over 600 works exhibited annually in 11 exhibition centres across Nigeria. It is arguably the biggest art event in Nigeria with over 3 million Naira are won in prizes every year. The festival has a side event for Children Art Workshop.

Some ALIS students participated in the workshop and won the following prizes:

Best Prize in Painting Winner
David Ayodeji Adewunmi (SS3)

Best Prize in Ceramics
Chukwueloka Madichie (SS1)

2nd Best School Prize
Amazing Love International Schools

ALIS Student Clinched 4th Place

2022 Coal City University Essay Contest for Secondary School Students is organised in an effort to increase awareness of current global issues among the young population. It also aims to stimulate initiative and creative thinking abilities of young minds towards sustainable development. In addition, the essay contest seeks to get the society to learn from the young minds and to recognize that it is our collective responsibility to address these issues.

Coal City University (CCU) in Enugu State of Nigeria is a not-for-profit private university established in 2016. The University is a globally focused and fast-rising university in Nigeria. The University aspires to be a world-class centre of learning and research that will produce well-rounded, entrepreneurial, and globally employable graduates.

The theme for year 2022 contest is “Climate Change.”

One of our students, won one of the prizes:

4th Place Winner
Chibuikem Obi (SS3)
Prizes > Plaque and ₦25,000 cash

ALIS Students Won 1st Prize and Consolation Prizes

The National Gallery of Art, NGA, was established in fulfillment of the provisions of Nigeria’s Cultural Policy launched in 1988 in accordance with the recommendations of the committee of patrons of the World Decade for Cultural Development (WDCD) approved by UNESCO. The National Gallery of Art is responsible for the Identification, Classification, Presentation and Promotion of Nigeria Visual Art.

At the 2022 National Gallery of Art Enugu State Art Competition, the students of Amazing Love International Schools won the following prizes:

1st Place Winner
Godwin Ngene (SS2)
Prizes > Bicycle and Wall Clock

Consolation Prizes
Chukwueloka Madichie (JS3)
OluwaTumi Oluwapelumi (JS2)


1st Place Winner – Godwin Ngene

ALIS Student Clinched 3rd Place

The National Gallery of Art, NGA, was established in fulfillment of the provisions of Nigeria’s Cultural Policy launched in 1988 in accordance with the recommendations of the committee of patrons of the World Decade for Cultural Development (WDCD) approved by UNESCO. The National Gallery of Art is responsible for the Identification, Classification, Presentation and Promotion of Nigeria Visual Art.

Some students of ALIS participated in the Art Competition titled “Your Vote Is My Future” and Favour Ngene in SS2 clinched the 3rd Place.