Admissions

We admit students - boys and girls for their Secondary School training and they begin their Secondary School life (JSS 1) in the month of September.
Admission is also open for other classes- JS 2, SS 1 and SS 2. We do not as a standing policy, admit students in the external exam classes - JS 3 and SS 3.

Requirements:

Admission requirements for JS 1 students are: Birth Certificate, Testimonial Report, Medical Certificate (with their blood group and genotype), and Two Passport Photographs.

Admission requirements for other classes (JS 2, SS1 and SS2) are: Birth Certificate, Transfer Certificate, Copy of the Previous Result, Medical Certificate (with their blood group and genotype), and Two Passport Photographs.

What we Offer
A.      The Junior Secondary School (JSS) is both vocational and academic. Students are free after due guidance and counselling and with due consultation with their parents/guardians to take to vocational or academic pursuits. As such, subjects taught in the Junior Secondary School includes:

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Igbo Utoasusu
  • Christian Religious Knowledge
  • Agricultural Science
  • Music
  • Basic Technology
  • Basic Science
  • Data Processing/Computer Studies
  • Social Studies
  • Business Studies
  • French
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Fine Arts
  • Moral Instruction

B.      Students in the Senior Secondary classes are gradually led to the following courses from their junior secondary school life:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Igbo Utoasusu
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Agricultural Science
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Further Maths
  • Commerce
  • Christian Religious Knowledge
  • Literature in English
  • Data Processing

Exams Taken:
At the end of the three years course, students sit for the Junior External Exams- Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) of the Anambra State Ministry of Education.
Om the other hand, students at the end of their Senior Secondary, sit for their Senior School Certificate Examination of the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and National Examination Council (NECO).