The Secondary School (11 to 16 years) operates an integrated curriculum based on the national policy on education produced by Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC), the British curriculum and the American curriculum.
Junior Secondary Education
The curriculum of the Junior school includes:
- English Studies
- Basic Science And Technology
- Religious and National Values
- Cultural and Creative Arts
- Business Studies
- Nigerian Language (Yoruba)
- Pre-vocational Studies
- Foreign Language (French)
- Information & Communication Technology
The Junior School Certificate Examination is taken at the end of the third year.
Senior Secondary Education
A wide range of subjects are offered at the senior secondary level. These Subjects are tailored along various fields of specialization.
These subjects include:
English Language, Mathematics, French, Christian Religious Studies, History, Geography, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, Technical Drawing, Auto Mechanics, Visual Arts, Home Economics, Government and Music.
At the senior secondary level, all students are expected to offer a minimum of eight and a maximum of nine subjects.
All students are to offer 5 compulsory cross cutting subjects.
Students are to choose 3-4 subjects from their field of specialization (Humanities, Science, Technology and Business Studies). Students are to choose their compulsory Trade/Entrepreneurship from the list of available 35 trades.
Students may choose one elective subject outside their field of specialization provided that the total number of examination subjects is not more than nine (9).
Homework is set regularly and in all subjects, the amount of dedicated time increases as students get older. We monitor the amount and type of homework being set to maintain high standards. We implore parents to encourage their child(ren) by creating time to supervise their homework.
- It is mandatory for all students to attend school regularly.
- Permission for absence from school must be applied for and approved at least two days before the start date.
- It should be noted that attendance is part of the continuous assessment.
- A student must attend at least 90% of the total number of days in the term.