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Curriculum

Curriculum

Our College is committed to balanced and broad-based curriculum through which every student can achieve his or her full academic potential. The curriculum is designed to enable the talented students to reach their best, and the modest students to discover their values.

The broad-based curriculum is in scope and in line with the National 9-3-4 system of education.

Our primary school, The Trinity Foundation School (TRIFOS) provides the first six years of Basic Education. The next lap of three years Basic Education (Basic 7 – 9) is done in TRICOL Junior Secondary at the end of which the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is written.

Emphasis is on effective continuous assessment. The Cambridge Checkpoint Test is also written at the end of the Basic Education. After the nine years of Basic Education, a student proceeds to the next three years in the Senior Secondary School. At the end of the three years in Senior Secondary School, the student sits the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), conducted by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council   (NECO).

The College incorporates the British curriculum as well as the TOEFL and SAT, to equip the students for admission to schools in the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Canada.

S/NOS CORE/COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
1. English Studies
2. One Major Nigerian Language (Igbo/Yoruba)
3. Mathematics
4. Basic Science and Technology

  • Basic Science
  • Basic Technology
  • Computer Studies

Physical and Health Education

5. French  Language
6. Business Studies
7. Christian Religious Studies
8. Pre-Vocational Studies

  • Home Economics
  • Agricultural Science
9.  Cultural and Creative Arts

  • Music
  • Fine Arts
  • Drama
10.  National Values

  • Security Education
S/NOS CORE/COMPULSORY SUBJECTS SCIENCE/ENGINEERING COMMERCIAL/BUSINESS STUDIES HUMANITIES/ARTS
1. English Language COMPULSORY SUBJECTS COMPULSORY SUBJECTS COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
2. Mathematics Physics Financial Accounting Literature in English
3. French Language  Chemistry Economics Government
4. Civic Education  Biology  Biology/Agricultural Science   Biology/Agricultural Science
5. ICT/Computer Studies  Economics  Government  Christian Religious Studies
6. TRADE/ENTREPRENEURSHIP  ENGINEERING SUBJECTS  Commerce  Economics
7. Auto-Mechanical Work  Further Mathematics  ELECTIVE SUBJECTS  Yoruba/Igbo
6. Garment Making  Technical Drawing  Geography  ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
6. Dyeing and Bleaching ELECTIVE SUBJECTS  Further Mathematics  Music
8. Catering Craft Practice  Food & Nutrition  Music  Commerce
9. Basic Technology  Agricultural Science  Visual Arts
10. Computer Studies (ICT)  Geography
11. Business Studies  Visual Arts
  Music

Prospective Senior School Students should note that subjects chosen from 1st term in the academic session must be followed to the end of the session.