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The goal of education transcends the primary education; it pushes further to
the higher level. The vision which doesn’t terminate at the primary informs
the opening of the junior secondary section. This birthing of a new section
which came as an off shoot of the yearnings for quality education by all and
sundry has grown geometrically and it’s still growing.


The secondary section took off operation on September, 2010. It started with five students who are majorly products of the school, who just finished primary five. It was approved by a team of thirteen inspectors: from Education secretariat; department of policy and implementation who visited the school 29thNovember, 2012.

For recognition inspection, a team of four inspectors from National
Examination Council (NECO) led by Mrs. Clare A. Aregbeyen came for
recognition inspection of BECE (Basic Education Certificate Examination) on
1st May, 2013.


The schools run the following programmes and subjects in line with the
stipulations of the Federal Ministry of Education. The subjects are:

  1. English Studies
  2. Mathematics
  3. Basic Science
  4. Agricultural Science
  5. French Language.
  6. Nigerian language (Hausa)
  7. Basic Technology
  8. Computer Studies
  9. Civic Education
  10. Christian Religious Knowledge/ Islamic Studies
  11. Social Studies
  12. Home Economics
  13. Counselling (programme)
  14. Physical and Health Education (PHE)
  15. Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA)
  16. Business Studies


Some of the achievements of the junior secondary school include:

  1. Since the inception of Junior WAEC exams in the school, all the
    students have been excelling perfectly well. With distinctions and
    credits littered all over results
  2. The students won the Arts Competition in 2011.
  3. They came third (3rd) at the ICT competition organized by HITECH
    centre for Women and Youth in 2014
  4. N.T.A debate 1stposition (2012), and 2nd position (2014)


  1. Acquisition of competencies necessary for self-reliance
  2. Promotion of the physical, emotional, and psychological development
    in students
  3. Promotion of moral and spiritual principle in inter-personal and
    human relations.
  4. Training of the mind in the understanding of the world around
  5. To teach the students to acquire literacy, numeracy and
    communication skills.
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