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Our curriculum is broad based. At the primary level, our curriculum is British based, complemented by a rich Nigerian National Curriculum. At the junior secondary school, we prepare students to sit for Junior School Certificate Examination of Lagos State and National Examination Council (NECO) as well as the Cambridge checkpoint Examination. The senior school curriculum offers subjects leading to the WAEC certificate and NECO. We also run the Cambridge check point curriculum and the Cambridge University International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). We invite parents to avail their children and wards of these opportunities in a highly regulated learning environment.







The school runs the national junior secondary and senior secondary programmes. In the first three years, the school lays emphasis on  basic skills in the core subjects which are as follows:

  1. English Language

  2. Mathematics

  3. Integrated Science

  4. Introductory Technology

  5. Social Studies

  6. Nigerian Language (L1 and L2) Igbo and Yoruba


In addition, Junior students take the full range of school subjects:

  1. French

  2. Christian Religious Knowledge

  3. Fine Art

  4. Physical Education

  5. Business Studies

  6. Computer Science

  7. Home Economics

  8. Music

  9. Agricultural Science

After the first three years our students take the Junior School Certificate Examinations conducted by the National examination council (NECO) Minna, as well as  the state- conducted junior school certificate examinations.







We use the fourth, fifth and sixth years to prepare our students for WASSCE, NECO SSCE, JAMB Exams and the Cambridge GCE Exams, all of which they take in the last year of their senior secondary career. Each student takes the seven core subjects which are as follows:

  • English Language

  • Mathematics

  • Geography/English Literature

  • Biology

  • Agricultural Science

  • Technical Drawing ORA

  • A Nigeria Language

 In addition to the core subjects a student usually chooses three subjects from the options which are:

  • Physics

  • Chemistry

  • Economics

  • Christian Religion

  • Commerce

  • Typing

  • Woodwork

  • Food and Nutrition

  • Accounts

  • Government

  • French

  • Fine Art

  • Further Mathematics.

We believe that the foundation for all true academic knowledge is sustained work and the constant raising of the bar on standards. We take our time to recruit professional teachers with outstanding academic backgrounds as well as extensive teaching experience.







The school engages the services of a professional speech correction group with a specialty in standard spoken English. This experience is compulsory for all classes from the playgroup to the senior secondary. The feedback from parents on this initiative has been quite positive.











To effectively teach those subjects, the two schools are fitted with fully equipped:

Biology Laboratories

Chemistry Laboratories

Physics Laboratories

Fine Art Studios

Home Economics Studios

Computer Rooms Fitted With Internet Facilities

Intro Tech Workshops

Language Laboratories








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There are three broad departments instituted at both the Boarding and Day Secondary Schools as follows:

 1. Department of Arts English Language, Literature-in-English, Government, Islamic Religious Knowledge, Christian Religious Knowledge, Economics, Igbo, Yoruba, French and Social Studies.

2. Department of ScienceMathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Agricultural Science, Integrated Science, Further Mathematics and Geography.

 3. Department of Vocational StudiesHome Economics, Fine and Applied Arts, Food and Nutrition, Technical Drawing, Introductory Technology, Accounts Commerce, Computer Studies, Music, Business Studies, Physical and Health Education.












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