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[Your Address]
[City, State, Zip Code]

The Chairman,
Old Students’ Association,
[School Name],
[City, State]

Dear Sir,

I hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. On behalf of the entire student body, I am writing to extend our heartfelt gratitude for the extraordinary endeavor undertaken by the Old Students’ Association—the construction of the magnificent ultra-modern hall for our beloved alma mater.

The completion of this state-of-the-art facility stands as a testament to the unwavering dedication and generosity of the alumni community. It is a symbol of pride and achievement for both current students and alumni alike. The ultra-modern hall not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of our school campus but also provides a versatile space for various academic, cultural, and social events. Its modern amenities and spacious design are bound to enrich the educational experience of students for generations to come.

As we celebrate this remarkable milestone, I would like to take this opportunity to highlight three other areas where the school is in need of assistance:

1. Infrastructure Maintenance: While the construction of the ultra-modern hall is undoubtedly a significant achievement, there are other areas of our school’s infrastructure that require attention. Several classrooms and facilities are in need of repair and renovation. Investing in infrastructure maintenance is crucial to ensure a safe and conducive learning environment for all students.

2. Technology Integration: In today’s digital age, technology plays a pivotal role in education. However, our school is lacking in terms of technology integration. Many classrooms lack access to modern educational tools and resources, hindering students’ learning opportunities. Assistance in upgrading technology infrastructure and providing access to digital resources would greatly benefit both students and teachers.

3. Extracurricular Programs: While academic excellence is paramount, extracurricular activities are equally important for the holistic development of students. Unfortunately, our school’s extracurricular programs are limited due to resource constraints. Investing in extracurricular activities such as sports, arts, and clubs would provide students with opportunities to explore their interests, develop new skills, and foster teamwork and leadership abilities.

In conclusion, I would like to express our sincere appreciation once again for the Old Students’ Association’s invaluable contribution to our school community. Your continued support and dedication to the betterment of our alma mater are truly inspiring. We are confident that with your assistance, we can address these areas of need and further enhance the educational experience for all students.

Thank you for your unwavering commitment to our school’s success.

Yours faithfully,

[Your Name]
Senior Prefect
[School Name


Graceville High School,
Asaba, Delta State.
15 May, 2024.

Dear Joel,

I hope this letter finds you well. I know that you’re feeling anxious about your upcoming exams, and I want you to know that I’m here to support you. Please remember that it’s completely normal to feel nervous before an examination. It’s a natural response to a challenging situation. However, I want to share some tips that have helped me and many others manage examination jitters.

First, prepare thoroughly: Make a study plan and stick to it. The more prepared you are, the less likely you’ll feel overwhelmed. Reaching out for help to your school mates who are better in some areas of a given subject also helps to speed up learning.

Secondly, you need to practice relaxation techniques and get enough sleep: Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep before the exam to help improve focus and concentration. I remember I almost failed a subject last term because I stayed awake all night trying to read the previous subject. You must also take regular breaks to help reduce stress and improve focus.

Thirdly, Stay positive: Encourage positive self-talk and remind yourself of your past successes. You were once very sound while I was still with you, and sometimes I wonder if at any point you had changed the quality of the friends you keep – but that’s a discussion for another. You would also need to reframe your thinking. View the exam as an opportunity to showcase your knowledge and skills, rather than a source of fear.

Remember, it’s important to focus on the present moment and what you can control. Instead of worrying about the outcome, focus on your preparation and the steps you’re taking to succeed. You’ve got this! You’re capable and prepared. Go out there and show yourself what you’re capable of.

If you ever need to talk or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m here for you.

Best regards,



*Write a story that ends with the statement: I was mistaken to have thought the night would be like other peaceful nights*

In the rolling hills of a quiet countryside, where the stars often sparkled with a clarity that city dwellers could only dream of, there lay a small, sleepy village. This village, known for its tranquility and the harmonious lives of its inhabitants, was the kind of place where everyone knew each other’s names and stories. Among its residents was an old man named Elliott, a retired schoolteacher who had spent most of his life exploring the mysteries of literature rather than the unpredictability of the outside world.

Elliott lived in a quaint little cottage at the edge of the village, bordered by dense woods that whispered secrets with the wind. He had a routine that he followed religiously every day, which concluded with him sitting by his fireplace, reading a book, and occasionally glancing out the window to admire the moon’s serene glow.

One evening, as the sun dipped below the horizon, casting a golden farewell to the day, Elliott felt a peculiar unease. It was a feeling he couldn’t quite place, an unsettling whisper in his heart that suggested this night might not be as peaceful as the ones before. He tried to dismiss the feeling, attributing it to the chilling breeze that had accompanied the sunset or perhaps the somber novel he had been reading.

As night enveloped the village, Elliott settled into his favorite armchair by the fireplace. The flames danced lively in the hearth, casting playful shadows around the room. Outside, the crickets sang their usual nocturnal hymns, and the wind carried the earthy scent of pine and damp soil. It all seemed perfectly normal, and Elliott chuckled quietly to himself for feeling uneasy earlier.

Hours ticked by, and the village clock tower chimed midnight. It was then that Elliott heard it—a soft, almost imperceptible rustling outside his cottage. Assuming it was just a fox or a stray cat, he didn’t pay much mind. But the rustling grew louder, closer, accompanied by faint whispers that seemed to echo through the trees.

Curiosity overcoming his initial hesitation, Elliott stood up and walked over to the window. Peering out, he saw nothing but the dense shadows that the moonlight couldn’t penetrate. The rustling stopped, and the whispers faded, leaving behind a heavy silence that seemed to weigh on the very air.

Feeling a chill creep up his spine, Elliott was about to turn away when he saw them—shadows moving within shadows, forms that were human yet not quite human, drifting towards his cottage. His heart raced as he realized that these were no ordinary village folk out for a late-night stroll, but something otherworldly, something he had only read about in the gothic tales of his youth.

He quickly retreated from the window, his mind racing for a logical explanation, but found none. The shadows crept closer, and the whispers grew into murmurs. Just as Elliott braced for the worst, the village’s old church bell began to chime, a sound that was not scheduled but deeply welcomed. The ringing seemed to pierce the night, and the shadows halted their advance.

As mysteriously as they had appeared, the shadows receded, melting back into the woods, leaving Elliott standing in his living room, heart pounding, and mind reeling. He spent the rest of the night by his window, watching and waiting, but the shadows did not return.

When dawn finally broke, painting the sky in hues of pink and gold, Elliott stepped outside his cottage, the events of the night replaying in his mind. The village was waking up, unaware of the darkness that had lurked at its edges. Elliott looked around at the peaceful morning unfolding before him, realizing how fragile this peace was. I was mistaken to have thought the night would be like other peaceful nights.


The writer’s plans for his son was to be beat in his class.

The writer’s was dissatisfied with his son’s performance because his son was not just trying hard enough

The writer had a broken home

The writer was maltreated by his step mother

The writer was optimistic about life

The writer enrolled his children in one of the best school

The writer gave his children proper upbringing

Noun phrase

It modifies the verb phrase “had spared”


-Girls often outnumber boys in classrooms.

-The female students tend to perform better academically than their male counterparts

-The male students exhibit higher rates of truancy, leading to a decline in their academic performance.

-Most apex positions in the industries and other perastatals are occupied by women.

-It makes women feel more proud than is expected.

-It results to contentions and misunderstandings between educationally mediocre husbands and well educated wives.





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