Our secondary school is a blend of both British and Nigerian curricula.  As a result, our students are prepared to sit for state, national – junior and Senior National examinations administered by the National Examinations Council (NECO) and international exams such as the International General Certificate of Secondary Education, IGCSE administered by the University of Cambridge and the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE administered by the West African Examination Council, WAEC.  From the very first day of admission into LCIC, our students are trained to acquire the skills and knowledge they will require to sit for the exams above.

Our secondary school cultivates independent learning, research and inquiry so that children experience opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge in real life situations.

Subject teaching is personalised rather than based on specific textbooks or subject curriculum projects. Each subject adopts an approach that includes the application of knowledge and verification of understanding. Hence, there is a strong component of practical science; a regular cycle of small and large applied problem-solving activity in mathematics; fieldwork and applied challenges in geography; research and use of primary and secondary sources in history.

Our Junior secondary school students are bright and eager-to-learn students who have just graduated from the primary school.  At this stage, our students are trained on core subjects, including Mathematics, English and sciences to prepare them for both state, national and international exams.  In addition, they are encouraged, at this stage of their life to think about their future, and what career they would love to engage themselves in.

We strive to ensure that at the end of year 9, our students have acquired adequate levels of literacy, numeracy, manipulative, communicative and life skills, as well as ethical, moral and civic values needed for a solid foundation for life-long learning.

The following subjects are core part of the junior secondary curriculum:

  • Mathematics
  • English Language
  • Basic science
  • Social studies
  • Civic education
  • Computer science (ICT)
  • Christian religious studies
  • Physical and Health education
  • Basic technology
  • Agricultural science
  • Business studies.

Students who have completed the Basic 1 through 9, and have sat for the requisite international and national examinations are eligible to progress to our senior secondary school.  Here, our students are equipped with the tools, knowledge, and experience they require to compete with their peers both locally and internationally.  Our dedicated staff work tremendously over the three years to ensure that our students are adequately prepared for the IGCSE examination in June/July and the WASSCE/NECO exams in May/June.  At this stage of the programme, the syllabus is widened to include subjects that will captivate our students, and to enable them think about the next stage in their career.

Our Physics, Chemistry and Biology practical laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to encourage our students to appreciate science and expand on the theoretical concepts they have covered in class.

The following subjects are offered in our secondary school:

  • Mathematics
  • English Language
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Economics
  • Further mathematics
  • Computer science (ICT)
  • Geography
  • Literature in English
  • Commerce
  • History
  • Accounting
  • Christian religious knowledge
  • Government
  • Agricultural science.