Our students have always achieved great results since our school was founded.

2016 SSCE WAEC

  • 77 students registered for the examination

  • 95% of the students scored betweenA1 and B3 in Mathematics, Civic Education, Data Processing, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Further Maths, Agric Science, CRK, Igbo, Government, Geography, Food and Nutrition, Literature in English, Fine Arts and French.

  • All the students achieved between A1 and C5 in English Language.

  • No student failed any subject.

2015 SSCE WAEC

  • 89 Students registered for the examination.

  • 97% of the students achieved between A1 and B3 in English Language, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Data Processing, Geography, Agric Science, Igbo Language, Foods and Nutrition, Commerce and Government.

  • 100% examination success.

  • No student failed any subject.

2014 SSCE WAEC

  • 66 students registered for the examination

  • 100% of our students achieved between A1 and B3 in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, French, Igbo, Economics, Food and Nutrition and Agric Science.

  • All our registered students for the exam made all their papers.

  • 98% of students scored at least C4 in English language.

  • There was no D, E nor F recorded in any subject.

2013 SSCE WAEC

  • 47 students registered for the examination

  • In Mathematics over 95%  of students achieved A1

  • 100% examination success

  • In English Language 100% success; All students achieved from A1 to C6

  • Over 90% of students achieved As and Bs in all subjects

2012 SSCE WAEC

  • 78 students registered for the examination

  • In Mathematics over 95%  of students achieved A1

  • 100% examination success

  • In English, all students achieved from A1 – B3. No credit recorded.

  • Over 90% of students achieved As and Bs in all subjects

  • Only 2 credits recorded. And no ‘P’s at all.

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Bishop N.F.S. Grundtvig (1783-1872)