ORGANISATION:The principal is the Chief Executive of the school, like in other enterprises, the degree of success attainment in the school will depend on the effectiveness of his/her leadership. He/she is in charge of the overall management of the school with regards to planning, organization, control, motivation, inspiration and evaluation.
PRODUCTIVITY: In everyday life, a man/woman has the option to chose is his/her doctor, his optician, his/her dentist, a person is free to chose his/her tailor, carpenter, architect or painter. One is at library to choose one’s own lawyer. Never in the history of formal education has a pupil been granted the freedom choosing his/her teacher. Yet the success of the pupil to a large extent depends on the effectiveness of the teacher. It is against this background that this school will adopt as its productivity policy, the concept of management. By objective, this is aimed at maximizing productivity by achieving goals, and objectives set by the school, the department and individual teacher or officer of the school. In this teacher and worker shall be assessed not by number of years on the job but their level productivity and meritorious achievements of the objectives set. The school shall therefore have no place for lazy or idle workers because our productivity and result must be commensurate with heavy financial investments in the education of our children.
EVALUATION: From time to time there shall be a performance evaluation of productivity by members of staff to enable us relate actual performance expectation.
ADMISSION OF STUDENTS: Admission of students into JSS1 shall be through entrance examination and interview. Admission is open to all and selection is base strictly on merit.
SCHOOL CURRICULUM: In compliance with the national policy on education, the school will emphasis a three years general education for all students at the junior secondary school. This should help to develop their attitudes ,abilities, competence and values with regard to the demands of their sociocultural environment. T o this end, the following subjects are considered necessary as vehicles to translate that objective into reality. English language, Yoruba, French, mathematics, integrated science, social studies, business studies, literature in English, C.R.K., agricultural science, fine art, home management and physical education. At the end first three years each pupil’s ability will have become evident. At that point in time, children who have academic, vocational or technical interests can be identified and the academic programmed for the next three years should be designed to suit their needs
CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT: The terminal examination system is no longer in vogue. Rather student are assessed periodically by conducting test thrice in a term at schedule times. The scores are added to the end of term examination student are promoted to the next class subject to good performance in periodic test and terminal examination and after they must have satisfied the conditions (criteria for promotion) laid down by the school.