Secondary School

THE SCHOOL COORDINATOR

The School Coordinator plays a key leadership role in welcoming and supporting student teachers, meeting with students and teachers. The school coordinator helps in making the learning experience of the students worthwhile and productive.

Some of the goals of the school coordinators are:

  • developing a creative learning community across the school
  • to build a community of creative learning practice across the school, involving all departments as appropriate
  • to ensure that students play a meaningful and active role in learning that can truly reflect their interests, needs and enthusiasms
  • to ensure faith is integrated at all levels of the school programmes in order to actualise the school’s vision
  • coordinating the arrival of student teachers and orientating them to the school environment, staff and students
  • coordinating orientation programmes for new teachers and students.
  • to be available by phone or e-mail to help resolve any problems that may arise.
  • to ensure that all monitoring and evaluation requirements are fulfilled and that both teachers and students are committed to the school’s vision and mission.

CLASSES IN THE JUNIOR SCHOOL

We have JSS1, JSS2 and JSS 3 which correspond with grades 7- 9.The following subjects are offered at the junior school level:

  • Mathematics

  • English Language

  • Pre-Vocational Studies (which consists of Agricultural Science and Home Economics)

  • National Values ( which consists of Social Studies, Civic Education and Security Education)

  • Basic Science and Technology ( IT, Basic Science, Basic Technology and Physical and Health Education)

  • Business Studies

  • Yoruba Language

  • Cultural and Creative Arts

  • Music

  • Adventist Youth Ministries

CLASSES IN THE SENIOR SCHOOL

Classes in the senior school include SS1, SS2 and SS3 which correspond with grades 10-12 are categorised into departments based on subjects offered and choice of career. These departments are:

  • The Science Department
  • The Commercial Department
  • The Arts Department
  • The ICT / Mathematics Department

Students in SS1 and SS2 offer 14 subjects while those in SS3 offer 9 subjects only. In accordance with the National Curriculum in conjunction with the Lagos State Ministry of Education; the underlisted subjects ate compulsory subjects for SS1, SS2 and SS3 students

  • Mathematics
  • English Language
  • Biology
  • Civic Education

EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS:

Lagos State – Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)

National Examination Council – Basic Education Certificate Examination (NECO – BECE)

West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) National Examination Council – Senior School Certificate Examination (NECO – SSCE)

Universities and Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) SAT and TOEFL for students that desire to further their studies overseas

SUBJECTS OFFERED IN THE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL INCLUDE:

  • MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  • BIOLOGY, CIVIC EDUCATION
  • ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (TRADE), DATA PROCESSING (TRADE)
  • MARKETING (TRADE), CATERING & CRAFT PRACTICES (TRADE)
  • CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS
  • LITERATURE IN ENGLISH, COMMERCE
  • CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES, GOVERNMENT
  • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
  • FURTHER MATHEMATICS, TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • YORUBA LANGUAGE, FRENCH LANGUAGE
  • COMPUTER STUDIES, ECONOMICS
  • BASIC ELECTRONICS (TRADE), AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
  • GEOGRAPHY, AYM (ADVENTIST YOUTH MINISTRY)

PROMOTION CRITERION IN THE SENIOR SCHOOL

Promotion criterion for students in each of the departments is given below : Students are expected to offer and have at least credits in the following under-listed subjects:

THE SCIENCE CLASS:
  1. MATHEMATICS
  2. ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  3. CHEMISTRY
  4. PHYSICS
  5. BIOLOGY
  6. Any other science subjects
THE COMMERCIAL CLASS:
  1. MATHEMATICS
  2. ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  3. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
  4. COMMERCE
  5. ECONOMICS
  6. Any other Management or Social sciences
THE ARTS CLASS:
  1. MATHEMATICS
  2. ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  3. LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
  4. GOVERNMENT
  5. CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
  6. Any other subjects from Humanities or Social sciences