The Secondary School is divided into Junior School (JS) and Senior School (SS). As an international school we are proud to provide the highest possible standard of education to our students, enabling them to compete in an increasingly competitive global environment. The need for us to maintain this standard demands not just that the teaching methods are appropriate to the needs of our students but that those students, in turn, are able to demonstrate that. They have the potential or ability to achieve the levels we require. Admission will not be based on ethnic, religious or social grounds.
As many students transfer from various curricula, prospective students are required to take an entrance examination. We also conduct an informal interview with the student which forms part of the overall assessment. Click here to learn more about admission procedings.
Secondary School Curriculum
The Secondary School is comprehensive in nature as it offers both Arts and Science subjects. Approved government curriculum is used in the teaching and learning exercises of the school. For Junior Secondary 1 – 3, the school uses the Universal Basic Education Scheme of Work. And for the Senior Secondary 1 – 3, the school uses the approved State and National Curriculum together with WAEC and NECO syllabuses for senior school certificate examination preparation.
Subjects offered are:
A. Junior Secondary School Subjects
1. Agricultural Science.
2. Basic Science.
3. Basic Technology.
4. Business Studies.
5. Christian Religious Studies.
6. Civic Education.
7. Computer Studies.
8. English Language.
9. Fine Art.
11. Guidance and Counseling.
13. Home Economics.
16. Library Studies.
20. Physical Health Education.
21. Social Studies.
B. Senior Secondary School Subjects
Christian Religious Studies.
Foods and Nutrition.
Literature in English.
Physical Health Education.
C. Cambridge Check Point Subjects
1. English Language.
D. Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Subjects
2. Additional Mathematics.
3. Business Studies.
6. English Language.
9. Information and Communication Technology.
13. Religious Studies.
The school’s curriculum is structured to ensure the child is suited to the multicultural world in which we live. This means students are given training and information required to prepare them for university for their future careers.
we have three main methods of assessment:
End of topic tests
This is a short written tests to measure the grasp of the subject matter and some process skills.
Continuous Assessment Test
This assessment is carried out at intervals during the course to assess progress and developed skills.
Formal examinations in each of the three school terms.
School examination results are clearly indicated on student reports, so parents are fully aware of their child’s progress. We conduct parent and teacher meetings at regular intervals during the school year to discuss student progress, student examination results and general academic performance.
For JSS 1-2, and SS 1-2, the school sets its own standard examination on its papers and as scheduled.
In year 9 (JS-3), students will sit for the following examinations:
Cambridge International Examination (CIE) Check Point examinations comprising English, Mathematics and Science.
National Examinations Council (NECO) examinations comprising subjects in Nigerian curriculum.
State’s Junior Secondary examinations comprising subjects in Nigerian curriculum.
In year 12 (SS 3), students will sit for the following examinations:
West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
National Examination Council School Certificate Examination (NECO).
Cambridge’s International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).
Universities Matriculation Examination of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).