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School Management Team

Mrs Okunola Dorcas

Vice- Principal (Academics), The King's Palace College

Mrs. Lydia Felix

Headmistress, The King's Palace Montessori Nur & Pry Schools

Dr. Olushola Adeborode, Kolawole

Dr. Olushola Adeborode, Kolawole is simply an exceptional and outstanding leader. An entrepreneur and a lover of God per excellence. He studied Economics at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye and later proceeded to Heriot Watt University, Scotland, UK where he bagged a Masters Degrees in Logistics and Supply Chain Magt. He holds a Ph.D in Operations and Supply Chain Management at the University of Bradford. He is a member of local and international professional bodies which includes; Nigeria Institute of Management (Chartered), Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK), Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (USA), Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), UK among others.

Olushola is an award winner both at the state and National level which was bestowed upon him by the then Zamfara state Governor, Alhlaji Mamuda Shinkafi, and the Nigerian President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, (GCOFR), for his selfless service to his fatherland. 

He is the founder/CEO of The King’s Palace Schools, Lagos, Nigeria. He is also the founder of OAK Foundation, a charity organisation aimed at supporting indigent students, widows and fatherless in Africa. He is also the Founder/CEO of a UK based company, The New Touch Int. LTD.

Dr. Olushola, is currently a visiting lecturer at Royal Holloway University, London. Also, an Associate lecturer at Buckingham University, London and University of Bradford, UK. He is also a BOT members to several organisations both in Nigeria and abroad.

Mrs Okunola Dorcas

Mrs Okunola Dorcas hails from Badagry, Lagos State Nigeria. She attended the Lagos State University where she bagged a degree in Biology Education and has put this degree to good use by moulding and mentoring lives.

An academic genius per excellence, her teaching experience spans over a decade and her passion to serve humanity is second to none.

She is a seasoned administrator with a great understanding of the human psyche. This has made it possible for her to steer the affairs of the King’s Palace College effortlessly well.

ln effect, the school boast of excellent members of staff that are committed to the teaching profession, obedient and well cultured students, and hard-working and zealous members of non teaching staff.

Furthermore, Okunola has been involved in the teaching, training and invigilation of students to write and pass BECE,GCE, SSCE and UTME.

She has also undergone other educational and religious training such as: Teaching Professionalism, (TP) Leadership Management, (MP) and Christian Teacher’s lnitiative (CTl). Okunola was a former head of department at the Happy Child School, Badagry.

As it is often said, complancency is deadly, this is the reason she is forever committed in working harder to make more positive impact and she believes that all these and many more will be achievable with the new Management team on board.

She joined the school when the school was one year as a subject teacher and she worked her way to the position of a Vice Principal (Academics).

Mrs. Lydia Felix

Mrs Lydia Felix, the headmistress of the King’s Palace Montessori Nursery and Primary schools hails from, Edo state. An experienced teacher, she holds an NCE from the prestigious college of education Oshiele in Abeokuta, Ogun State. Her love for educational excellence made her attend educative programs and Leadership training seminars, aimed at making her the exceptional teacher she had always wanted to be.

She joined the school in the year 2015. Interestingly, she has made a great impact on her pupils, parents, and other members of staff. Her proven track record in mentoring and molding lives has gone long way in fostering peace and unity in School.

Ultimately, Mrs. Felix has decided not to rest on her oars. She has continuously worked assiduously to ensure that the priceless treasures entrusted in her care, her pupils, are less to the right path.