Africa International College

(+234) 817-907-5059 (+234) 906-905-6235

info@aicabuja.com

Plot 1120,

Kaura District,

Kaura 900107, Abuja

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

Africa International College

Curriculum Policy

Holistic Development

One of the goals of AIC is to be holistic, not just academic but they also look at your spiritual, social and moral life; they train you for public speaking. So, AIC is the place for holistic development

Bolagi Christiana Ali

Law, Babcock University

2018-02-05T00:06:03+00:00

Bolagi Christiana Ali

Law, Babcock University

One thing I know that Africa International College impacted in me was, first of all, values and friendship - how to have and maintain good friends and it helped me a lot in the university to pick my friends right. AIC taught me about leadership - leadership qualities.Also because of the relationship we had with our teachers we were able to be friends with them, so it helped with communication and relationship with older people that can keep you on the right track. AIC also instills other values like cleanliness, punctuality, and how to be courteous and dress properly as well as the spiritual aspect of putting God first. For parents who are considering taking their children to AIC, I will advise that one of the goals of AIC is to be holistic, not just academic but they also look at your spiritual, social and moral life; they train you for public speaking. So, AIC is the place for holistic development

Bright Pathway for Students

I can testify that it is one that does not fall shot in carving out a bright God-centered and hopeful pathway for the students like its motto actually says "Knowledge in the fear of God."

Somtochukwu Enendu

Software Engineering, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands.

2018-02-05T00:15:36+00:00

Somtochukwu Enendu

Software Engineering, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands.

It is indeed an honour to have passed through Africa International College. One thing that I would always be grateful for during my time in AIC is how intentional all the staff were to cater for the all-round well-being of the students, including myself of course. Not only was I catered for academically, but the spiritual, mental and emotional aspects of my life were also being built up - it was like a culture. It was also in AIC that I learn and understood that leadership is all about servant hood. I was privilege to hold a couple of leadership positions and I learnt so much about effective leadership that I must say have been so helpful to my life in the past years. To prospective parents, having passed through AIC, I can testify that it is one that does not fall shot in carving out a bright God-centered and hopeful pathway for the students like its motto actually says "Knowledge in the fear of God."

The school’s curriculum content represents real-life situations going beyond the curriculum and satisfies the needs, the nature, aspirations and learner interests. The curriculum operates on a 40-period, one – week cycle with eight forty-minute periods a day.

Junior Secondary School 1 - 3

Students are taught in mixed ability groups for most subjects. All students learn through a common course of study that is differentiated to meet their needs and interests. All classes have 15 compulsory subjects.

Students begin the British Curriculum in JS 1 and write the checkpoint examination in JS 3.

English

Mathematics

Business Studies

Home Economics

Agriculture

Christian Religious Studies
Social Studies
Civics
Security Education

Basic Science
Basic Technology
Physical and Health Education
ICT
Music
Creative Art
French
Nigeria Language

Senior Secondary School 1 - 3

There are four groups depending upon the career path of the student. All SS students are required to take 10 subjects in one of the four groups. The students are taught in different groups for all subjects depending on their choice of subject. IGSCE begins is SS 1 and students write the exam during the first term in SS 3.

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Civic Education
  • ICT
  • Dyeing and Bleaching/Book Keeping
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Optional Subjects

  • Economics
  • Further Maths
  • Agriculture
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Visual Arts
  • Geography
  • Technical Drawing
  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Civic Education
  • ICT
  • Dyeing and Bleaching or Book Keeping
  • Food Nutrition
  • Physics
  • Further Maths

Optional subjects

  • Visual Arts
  • French
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Civics
  • ICT
  • Dyeing & bleaching or Book keeping
  • Economics
  • Government
  • CRS
  • Literature in English

Optional Choices

  • French
  • Nigerian Language
  • Visual Arts
  • Geography
  • Further Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Civics
  • ICT
  • Dyeing & bleaching or Book keeping
  • Economics
  • Government
  • Commerce

Optional Choices

  • French
  • Nigerian Language
  • Biology
  • CRS
  • Geography

Final Examinations

Our curriculum provides an integrated course of studies which leads to the following exams:

  • NECO (National Examination Council) taken between May  and July.
  • WAEC (West African Examination Council) taken between March and May .

The certificates issued at the end of the examination period allow students to apply to both public and private Universities in Nigeria.

  • JAMB (Joint Admission Matriculation Board) It qualifies students for Nigerian Universities.
  • SAT/TOEFL: Qualifies students for admission to U.S Universities and Colleges.
  • IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) usually written in October/November by SS 3 students. The examinations is accredited by Cambridge international board and gives access to many world Universities including universities in the  UK and USA.
  • ELTS: Is an internationally recognized qualification showing proficiency in English. It is taken in SS 3 and is required for Universities in UK.

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