YOUCHAOU SCHOOL COMPLEX: THE CONSECRATION!!!

YOUCHAOU SCHOOL COMPLEX: THE CONSECRATION!!!

The Youchaou School Complex is still in the spotlight as part of the Francophonie in Niger; and Robotics in Rwanda in 2018. But before going into the heart of the matter, let me remind you of some success stories of 2017. We will not apologize for the quality of education and academic performance garnered by the Youchaou School Complex since 2000. The many prizes won by our students in the various competitions held here and there across the country; the performances and successes of our students in national and international high school attest to this state of affairs. For us, the quality of teaching and education, academic performance and rigor in the work are values. That's why we intend to always stay at the top. Thus, we are again very happy and proud to announce that in this month of March 2018, Youchaou School Complex has just hit hard in the big leagues. But before going into the heart of the matter, let me mention some success stories from last year among many others First, on November 17, 2017, the Youchaou Private School received the "Ibrahim Boubacar Keita" Award of Excellence by the hands of the President of the Transition of Mali, Professor Djonkounda TRAORE at the Radisson Blue Hotel. Then, I invite you to read this eloquent testimony of one of the alumni El'hadj Karim alumni sent to the promoter in December 2017: "On this day 11/12/17, I supported my thesis in Science at the School of Governance and Economy of Rabat. I leave major with a new dedication of a score of 19/20. It is also your merit and I would like to share it with you! I must always recognize what you gave me when I went through the LEKT. That's where everything is gone! It's a chance to meet you during this phase of my life, on which everything that followed depended. I learned to trust in my abilities and the ability to stand out in the workplace. «It should also be noted that Mrs. Rokia Bouaré from the Lycée El 'Hadj Karim TRAORE was the first in the Koulikoro Region in TSEXP and 3rd national for the 2017 competition of excellence. She is currently at Valence university in France where she is one of the best. Finally, from December 11 to 13, 2017, the student Daffa Sissoko, a former student of the Science Exact Terminal series of the LEKT in 2014 has just ranked 1st in the Oratory Art Contest in the chemical sector organized by UNESCO at the Faculty of Technical Sciences (FAST). Case of success 2018. The Youchaou School Complex still in the spotlight in 2018 This Friday 16/03/2018, we were amazed by the presence of our 1st of the 9th year of last year Mr. Ousseynou Diakité in our premises. As a reminder, Mr. Diakité attended the Youchaou Private School from the 1st year to the 9th year. Currently he is at the Lycée Technique of Bamako. The brilliant student came to present his report of the 1st term where he again ranked 1st / 42 students with an average 17.88 / 20. As if to confirm his average grade of 18 in the 9th year and say that Youchaou Private School is the school of Excellents. We salute the efforts of the young Ousseynou, the accompaniment of his parents and all the teachers who taught him from the 1st to the 9th year at the Youchaou Private School. Bravo! You have formed a future scientist. We make a solemn appeal to the Malian authorities and to all the followers, all those keen to know how to watch over this sesame, this future scientist and accompany him, coach him for the happiness of our country and of all humanity. At EPY, we are elites. On 17/03/2018, Youchaou Private School (EPY) has just been honored once more by its good results in the contest of the Promotion of the French Language (PROLAF) within the fortnight of the Francophonie edition 2018. Indeed, on Saturday March 17, 2018, Askia Mohamed High School hosted the regional phase of the PROLAF 2018 competition as part of the fortnight of Francophone. In this phase, 261 candidates from around forty primary and secondary public and private institutions of the Rive Droite academies, the Rive Gauche of Bamako district and Kati were present. Of these 261 candidates, 64 were admitted for the national phase, including 2 from EPY and 8 from El Hadj Karim Traoré High School (LEKT), i.e. 10 students from the Youchaou School Complex. Habi Ouane of the 6th year and Dramane Ballo of the 7th year ranked 1st at the fundamental level. At the high school level, among the 8 admitted, Assita Fofana of the TLL ranked 1st. It must be remembered that the Youchaou Private School was the winner of the 2014 edition of the same competition for the fundamental level. On Saturday, March 24, 2018, took place the national phase still in the premises of the High School Askia Mohamed. 14 candidates out of 63 present were admitted for the final of the international phase which will take place this Tuesday, 03 April 2018 in Niamey in Niger. Again Habi Ouane and Assita Fofana ranked 1st in their category with an average of 14/20 for Habi and 16.50/20 for Assita. They will face with the 12 others admitted during the international phase their counterparts from Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Niger, and Togo. We wish good luck to all the Malian candidates in the final of the international phase. Mr. Youchaou TRAORE, the Promoter and his staff whole heartedly thank all teachers, parents or any other person from far or near who contributed to these good results. At the Youchaou School Complex, our vision is to be a benchmark institution for education and professional training nationally and internationally. Finally, it is with honor and pride that the student Fatoumata Ouane of the 11th science of the Lycée El'hadj Karim TRAORE will represent Mali at the third 2018 edition of the Pan-African Robotics Competition (PARC) in Rwanda, which will take part in 15 African countries. We sincerely thank all students of the Youchaou School Complex, parents, partners, faculty and staff for their commitment, support and perseverance.


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