OUR STUDENTS Our students are obedient boys, studious, well cultured and hardworking. Many of our students are from urban areas and middle class families. Their uniform is a white shirt on brown knickers with green badge and tie. Our students (2) were selected to participate at the Pan Africa Youth Leadership Program in the United States in 2016. The students; Shallom Soyombo and Lawal Hassan represented Nigeria. The Pan-Africa Youth Leadership Program, funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, brings mixed-country delegations of high school students and adult mentors to the United States to explore themes such as entrepreneurship, the environment and public health. This youth exchange program for Africa is designed to promote high-quality leadership, civic responsibility and civic engagement through entrepreneurship among future leaders. The program presents the principles of democracy and civil society as practiced in the United States and provides participants with training that allows them to develop their leadership and civic engagement skills. The participants are chosen based on demonstration of leadership skills, interest in community engagement and open-mindedness.


The SRC (SCHOOL PREFECTS/STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL) is a link between the school and the students. Through the SRC, the school management is able to know the urgent needs of the students and look for ways to meet them. The SRC election takes place every year.