Success in the 21st century requires a national and global outlook. Therefore, we offer the best of national and international curricula with a broad range of subjects and options to achieve academic breadth and to provide a springboard for A level school and University admissions.
Junior Secondary School (JSS)
The school adopts a uniquely integrated approach in its academic content, combining both Nigerian and British curricula (Cambridge Checkpoint & KS3). The Cambridge Checkpoint is a final assessment given to Key Stage 3 pupils or ninth graders. This examination is conducted by the University of Cambridge and has international recognition and endorsement. The students will also sit for the Lifeforte Junior School Certificate Exam at the end of grade 9. All students from JSS 1 to 2 (grade 7-8) are required to do all the foundational subjects listed below. However in JSS 3 ( grade 9 ) excluding the core subjects, students will have the option of electives.
|ICT||Physical & Health Education|
|Igbo||Christian Religious Studies|
Senior Secondary School (SSS)
Students may choose either the National (WASSCE) or the International (Cambridge GCE O level) curriculum. They will also have to make a well guided choice between 3 different subject majors: Science, Social Science and Arts.
|CAMBRIDGE SCIENCE SUBJECTS||WASSCE SCIENCE SUBJECTS|
|CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECTS||WASSCE SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECTS|
|6||Further Math||Further Math|
|CAMBRIDGE ART SUBJECTS||WASSCE ART SUBJECTS|
ED Programme / A Level :
Our Early Decision (ED) programme is an accelerated route into our A level programme aiming to compress the two year course into a twelve (12) month academic teaching programme to commence annually in the month of August.
The criteria for entry is A* – A in a minimum of 5 subjects at O level.
The Advanced Level (A/L) programme consists of 2 parts, Advanced Subsidiary (AS) and A2 representing the 2 years of sixth form study:
AS forms the first part of the Advanced level course in which students must choose from 3 to 4 subjects.
A2 is the second part of the Advanced level course in which students will be limited to 3 major subjects.
The criteria for entry is A* – B in a minimum of 5 subjects at O level.
Curriculum subjects from which choices are to be made are listed below:
Extra Curricular Activities:
Literary and Debating Club
Art, Craft and Photography
Public Speaking and Elocution
Young Entrepreneurs Scheme