The school curriculum is essentially an integration of the Nigerian and British National curricula. The Middle/Junior School constitutes Year 7 to 9, while the High/Senior School, Year 10 to 12.
Learning areas include:
CREATIVE, VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL
Food & Nutrition
Information & Communications Technology
Physical & Health Education
HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES
Christian Religious Studies
Literature in English
In the junior school, students offer fifteen subjects in Years 7 & 8, and twelve subjects in Year 9. In the senior school, choices are made based on career path groupings of sciences, social sciences, management sciences, and humanities.
At the end of the Middle/Junior school, students sit for the Cambridge Checkpoint and the National Examinations Council (NECO) administered Junior School Certificate Examination.
At the end of Year 11, students sit for the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). At the end of Year 12, students write the West African Examination Council ONAEC) and National Examinations Council (NECO) Senior School Certificate Examinations. Students who plan to school in the United States are advised to write the PSAT during the first term of Year 11, and the SAT and TOEFL (if required) from the third term of Year 11.
Students who plan to attend a university in Nigeria are advised to write the Joint Admissions & Matriculation Board (JAMB)
Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in the final term of Year 12.