- In a surprising upset at the ongoing National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ), St Louis Senior High School, an all-girls school from the Ashanti Region, defeated former champions Adisadel College
- They did so with a dominant score of 53 to 19 in a one-eighth contest as Abuakwa State College secured the second position with 23 points
- The unexpected victory by St Louis SHS has generated significant buzz on social media, highlighting the hard work of the female students
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In a remarkable turn of events at the ongoing National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ), St Louis Senior High School, a girls' institution hailing from the Ashanti Region, secured a resounding victory as they defeated Adisadel College, a former champion and finalist, with a commanding score of 53 points to 19 points in a thrilling one-eighth contest.
The unexpected outcome left spectators and social media buzzing with excitement. Abuakwa State College secured the second position with 23 points, further adding to the intense competition.
The resilience and determination displayed by the students, particularly the young women of St Louis, have left a lasting impression, garnering widespread acclaim and recognition.
How social media is reacting to St Louis SHS' victory over Adisadel College at NSMQ
Check out some of the reactions that have trailed the huge upside below.
Adisco only wins when it comes to releasing smoke in the air . descendants of bob Marley
Go school go school man no listen now those who attended SHS are talking about Adisco, St Louis and NSMQ, I’m here trying hard to focus on only Manchester United and other matters
Adisco has disgraced central region, Augusco is coming to save central region
The girls schools are really lashing the boys schools this year. Kumasi Wesley girls face Presec legon #NSMQ2023
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Managing Director of Primetime Limited sparks controversy with her support for female NSMQ team
Meanwhile, a video showcasing the Managing Director of Primetime Limited expressing her endorsement of a female school's victory in this year's NSMQ has triggered discussions and debates.
She conveyed her concern about the generally disappointing performance of female schools in the competition, a sentiment that resonated with many.
However, the video also drew opposing reactions from individuals who disagreed with her viewpoint.
Achimota School secures spot in NSMQ 2023 semi-finals with victory over Holy Child and Assin State College
In another report, Achimota School has successfully clinched a spot in the upcoming stage of the 2023 National Science and Maths Quiz, outperforming both Holy Child School and Assin State College.
The school's triumph in the competition's quarterfinals has garnered praise and congratulations from numerous individuals on social media platforms.
Achimota's progress to the semi-finals marks a significant achievement in their NSMQ journey.
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