We run an integrated curriculum of both Nigerian and British. It is broad, balanced, age appropriate and focused on the development of both knowledge and skills. Our team of tutors ensures effective planning for progression in all subjects which leads to systematic learning acquisition. In fact, the curriculum provides good opportunities for independent learning, research as students are appropriately exposed to Creative thinking, effective written and oral communication, ICT savviness among others which prepare them for the challenges of the outside world.

Our class structure comprises the Junior School and the Senior School. Academic experience in the Junior School (Years 7 to 9) is spread across three years of which the students take the Ogun State Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), National Examination Council (NECO) and the Cambridge moderated Examination known as Checkpoint.

The Senior School students (Years 10 to 12) spend three years of which they sit for International General Certificate Examination (IGCSE), Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE) comprising of West African Examination Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council (NECO)

Students are kept in an all through serious academic spirit with different means of continuous assessment: Home Work; Class Work; Weekly Test and Monthly Test capped with end of term examinations. All these allow our students’ learning journey to be closely monitored and encouraged for them to attain excellence. We maintain balance by ensuring that there are challenging tasks for the high flyers as we make provision for low flyers. Others may choose ‘A’ students … we commit ourselves to producing ‘A’ students.

Our students are handled by experienced and willing teachers who have received both national and international trainings. As we give priority to our students’ academic life we equally challenge their innate spiritual prowess as well as assisting them to realise the importance of physical and health development through our wide range of sporting activities to choose from.

We provide supports (via Progress and Master Classes) for students whom we observed through outputs, observations and personal requests from the students and or the parents.

Students in the Junior School study the following subjects:
i.    English Studies
ii.    Mathematics
iii.    Science: Physics, Chemistry & Biology
iv.    Basic Technology
v.    Computing
vi.    French Language
vii.    Yoruba Language
viii.    Business Studies
ix.    Agricultural Science
x.    Civic Education
xi.    Social Studies
xii.    Physical & Health Education
xiii.    Christian Religious Studies
xiv.    Islamic Religious Studies
xv.    Cultural & Creative Arts: Music, Fine Art, Dance and Drama
xvi.   Igbo Language

xvii. Geography

xviii. History

xix. Home Economics

xx. ICT


The curriculum for students in the Senior School is divided into the following areas:

i.    Language
ii.    Literature

i.    Mathematics
ii.    Further Mathematics

i.    Physics
ii.    Chemistry
iii.    Biology
iv.    Basic Science
v.    Computer Science

i.    French
ii.    Yoruba
iii.    Igbo

i. Economics
ii.    Geography
iii. Commerce
iv.    Civic Education
v.    Social Studies
vi    Christian Religious Studies
vii    Islamic Religious Studies
viii.    Government
ix.    Financial Accounting


Vocational Studies:
i    Food & Nutrition
ii.    Painting and Decorating
iii.    Introductory Technology
iv.    Technical Drawing

v. Dyeing & Bleaching

vi. Visual Art

vii. Catering Craft

Music, Art & Design:
i.    Music
ii.    Art & Design
iii.    Dance and Drama

i.    Sport
ii.    Health Education