Mrs. O.A. Oloyede – 2006-Date

mrsMrs. O.A. Oloyede was born about five decades ago to the family of Mr. and Deaconess L.O. Olayomi of Oke opopo compound of Iji-Isin, in Isin Local government Area of Kwara State.
She began her education career at Baptist primary School, Iji-Isin between 1961 and 1967.
She proceeded to the famous St. Clare’s Anglican Girls Grammar School, Offa for her secondary education between 1968 and 1972.
She was admitted into Kwara state college of Education, Ilorin in 1979 and bagged the NCE in CRS/History in 1982. She attended the prestigious University of Ilorin between 1987 and 1991 where She graduated and obtained B.A Ed in Social Studies with second class upper Division.
Yet her best is still to come. She possessed Master degree in Education Management from University of Ilorin in the year 2000. She is currently undergoing her phD. Degree programme in Educational Management in the University of Ilorin.
Mrs. Oloyede commenced her professional teaching career at Oro Grammar School in 1982 as a classroom teacher.
She was appointed the pioneering Principal of Iludun Oro Anglican Girls’ College in February 1992. During her tenure as the principal of the college, she permitted herself to be used in the hands of God as a vessel of honour. She began with a thin population of just eight students, but as she did not despise the days of little beginnings, today, she has seen greatness. The school has grown to an unprecedented population of about one thousand students.
Mrs. Oloyede assumed duty as the FIRST FEMALE PRINCIPAL of Oyun Baptist High School, Ijagbo on 1st April 2006. Within Her assumption of office, many outstanding achievements have been noticed and recorded in her favour.
Mrs. O.A. Oloyede is married to Mr. Amos Olanrewaju Oloyede and the marriage is blessed with lovely children.
Mrs. O.A. Oloyede was honoured with an award of Excellence in recognition of her contribution to the development, discipline and humanitarian services rendered as Principal of OBHS Ijagbo by the Old Student on 24th March 2007 at the 1st AGM in Lagos.