Held every year in Dansol Christian Mission. Dansol High School joins the rest of the world in The celebration of the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, highlighting not only the richness of the world’s cultures, but also the essential role of intercultural dialogue for achieving peace and sustainable development.
“The Dansol Cultural Day” is a day earmarked by the school to appreciate and celebrate the wealth of the various cultures in Nigeria. The school goes down memory lane to relive and emphasize for emulation traditional values such as strong family ties, integrity, good character, respect for elders, hard work, honesty, contentment, love, unity through collaboration, decent dressing, hygiene, healthy diets, and so on. Traditional artifacts, dances, dresses, songs, poems, folklores and dramas feature as vehicles of transmitting the rich cultures to the current generation.
As a school, the classroom is where you see students from the Igbo culture, Yoruba Hausa and other cultures sitting down to receive lectures. They also stay in the same hostel together. We try to imbibe in them that spirit of unity for them to work together and live together, and we believe if this is extended to the home and community, our country will be a better place to live.”