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Pupils boarding with us are fully accommodated and secure in our hostels that are designed to feel just like home. All of our hostels are air-conditioned, fully-equipped, and have all the furniture you would expect to see. In their spare time our pupils are able to study, socialize in a common room with controlled TV or take part in exciting extracurricular activities.
At Lyceum College Boarding, our boarding hostels are separated into both male and female hostels. We have 4 different houses that pupils could be accepted into and these include: Zuckerberg ,Amanpour,Malala, Aristotle,
Our pastoral team consists of experienced house-masters, house-mistresses and matrons. There is a member of the pastoral team assigned to each house and they are responsible for the welfare of our students. All of the pastoral staff report directly to the Vice-Principal Pastoral on a daily basis so they can update her on any developments with our students.
The well-trained chefs at Lyceum College Boarding School provide a balanced and varied nutritional diet of delicious food served in our spacious dining hall. This is just as our pupils would expect at home and our food is perfect for fuelling all kinds of physical activities as well as our exciting weekend programmes.
We take the security and safety of all our students extremely seriously. What makes a home a home is that it is secure and Lyceum College is no different. Despite being situated in a low crime zone, we are on guard 24hours a day/7 days a week irrespective of on-session and off-session periods. With the level of our state-of-the-art security and safety systems and equipments, we guarantee the safety of every students.
Students at Lyceum College are encouraged to not keep cash on the school premises. We use a ticket based system in lieu of cash for purchasing luxuries, haircuts, hair braiding and more.
Visiting day is the last Sunday of every month between the hours of 12pm to 6pm. We encourage visiting parents to bring food, drinks and snacks to share with their children or wards.
Our in-residence certified nurses are highly experienced and can offer medical aid for all kinds of problems which may or may not require the assistance/intervention of our visiting Doctor
Boarding School Curriculum
Lyceum College Boarding has adopted a multi-curricula platform; both British and Nigerian external exams are mandatory. We run a 2-segment curriculum:
Years 7- 9 end with 2 mandatory external examinations: the Junior National Examinations Council Exam and the Cambridge Checkpoint examination. The Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint exams are internationally recognized as a leading educational qualification program. The National Examinations Council (NECO) Junior Secondary Certification Exam (JSCE) is a renowned Nigerian examination system, taken by our 3rd year Junior Secondary School pupils.
Years 10 – 12 also end with 2 external examinations: the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) exam and the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exam. The IGCSE is a widely accepted and reputable Cambridge based examination body used across Britain and around the world. As the IGCSE qualification is British, it is recognised by leading international Universities and gives our teaching faculty access to high-quality learning resources. The West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE) is widely used across Western Africa with proven success.
We also tutor students for university entry and qualifying examinations such as IELTS, SAT, TOEFL and JAMB.
Extra and Co-Curricular Clubs
At Lyceum College we believe that a rounded education goes hand in hand with a diverse set of extra and co-curricular activities. Our school extends beyond academic studies. The dedicated faculty at Lyceum College encourage our pupils to develop their talents and nurture their passions in ways unique to each individual.
We encourage extra-curricular physical activities and they are available for all of our pupils. The sports activities at Lyceum College don’t just promote physical fitness; they also promote teamwork, decisiveness and strategy. All pupils must join one of many extra-curricular clubs.
Helping our pupils to broaden their creativity, critical thinking and interests is a priority at Lyceum College. We believe that every one of our pupils should have passions that continue beyond their time with us. Our job is to help our pupils cultivate what captivates them by providing a varied range of exciting co-curricular activities. We have 14 co-curricular clubs for our pupils to join and they accommodate members of all skill levels. They include Art, Catering and Craft, Busy Hands, Swimming, Chess, Choreography, Drama, Elocution and Debate, Graphic Art and Animation, Music/Band, Press, Photography, Science and Young Farmers.
Students are served breakfast, lunch and dinner, all prepared by professional chefs and cooks. The kitchen and the cafeteria department are tasked to ensure that the students and staff of Lyceum College are satisfied with the quality and quantity of meals. All meals are designed to meet the required nutritional expectations for the healthy development of our students. Each student is also served a snack and a drink during short break on every school day.
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