(Secondary School)

Our curriculum is made up of a specially developed broad program for the needs of the students. In the development of the curriculum, a research and analysis of the curricula of Finland, United Kingdom and United States of America was carried out alongside the NERDC curriculum (2013).

Completion of the curriculum promises success in external exams like:
  • BECE
  • UTME
  • Cambridge Checkpoint
  • Cambridge IGCSE
  • SAT I and II
It also ensures that students have the appropriate hands-on-skills.

The secondary school is divided into two sections:
  • Junior Secondary
  • Senior Secondary
Subjects offered by students in the Secondary school are divided into two:
  1. Examination Based Subjects (EBS): These subjects are delivered with the aim of equipping the students with appropriate statutory content, knowledge and skills that are assessed in both internal and external examinations.
  2. Project Based Subjects (PBS): These subjects are practical based and are not offered for any written examination purpose. A progressive assessment is generated for students based on their efforts and creativity.

Junior Secondary Curriculum:

Exam Based Subjects:
  • English studies
  • Mathematics
  • Basic Science and Technology
  1. Physics
  2. Chemistry
  3. Biology
  4. ICT
  5. Basic Technology
  6. PHE
  • Yoruba
  • Business Studies
  • French Language
  • Religion and National Values
    1. Social studies
    2. Civic Education
    3. Security Education
    4. CRS/IRS
  • Cultural and Creative Art
  1. Art and Craft
  2. Performing Art and Entertainment
  3. Customs and Traditions
  • Pre vocational subjects
  1. Agriculture
  2. Enterprise
  3. Home Economics
  Project Based Subjects 2016/2017- 2019/2020
  1. Fisheries
  2. Farming
  3. Catering Craft practice
  4. Garment Making
  5. Leather goods
  6. Basic electricity

  JSS students are required to offer a maximum of two PBS in the course of their Junior Secondary Education. Students are prepared for Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations and BECE. JSS3 (KS3 Y9) students write Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations in April and BECE in June.

A workplace orientation that exposes the students to their chosen career is compulsory for all JSS3 students at the end of their external examinations.

Senior Secondary Curriculum

Exam Based Subjects
  1. English
  2. Mathematics
  3. Civic Education
  4. Trade subject
  5. Computer and ICT
  6. Further Mathematics
  7. Biology
  8. Economics
  9. Yoruba/HISP
  10. Literature in English/Commerce/Chemistry
  11. CRS/Financial Accounting/Physics
  12. Geography/ Government
  13. Visual Arts/Technical Drawing/Agricultural Science/ Foods and Nutrition
Project Based Subjects
  1. Catering Craft Practice
  2. Basic Electricity
  3. Fisheries
  4. Farming
  5. Garment Making
  6. Leather goods

SSS students are required to offer a maximum of two PBS in the course of their Senior Secondary Education. Students are prepared for Cambridge IGCSE, WASSCE and SAT. SSS2 (KS4 Y11) students are encouraged to write Cambridge Checkpoint Exams and SAT Exams, as well as WASSCE (Private).
All SS3 students write WASSCE and are encouraged to write SAT examinations. Consequently, the school started preparing its students for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) in 2011. By 2013, our students enrolled for the examination and performed exceptionally. They all got placements into foreign universities.

Notable among them are:
  • John Asim-Ita, who is presently the Captain of SWCID (Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf, Texas) Basketball team;
  • Alaraba Sodiq, Adeyemo Iyanuoluwa, Oyedeji Temilade, all at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT): National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID);
  • Lawal Gbolahan(Canada);
  • Fasasi Olaoluwa would be resuming at the Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf, Texas, by springs.
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