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Welcome to The Christhill Schools

Since 1995, Christhill School has been expanding its reach yet remained a rigorously instructional school that offers quality education at an affordable price. Our critical success factor is the unyielding student performance made possible by our qualified and dedicated teachers and assistants.

As a result of the solid foundation provided to our children through our ever-improving academic and non-academic curricula, I am very proud to announce that Christhill school leavers are distinguishing themselves in various fields within and beyond the shores of Nigeria.

It is indeed a rare privilege to be a part of their life stories....Mrs O.O Lawson Proprietress/CEO

 

Why Choose Us

To empower our young gems by instilling the right values system; Hard work, Humility and Honesty, for a promising future, through result-oriented, impactful teachings and creative education.

To build an institution where young minds are nurtured into creative thinkers and passionate leaders, under the tutelage of visionary professionals, creating role models for the society and contributing our quota, nationally and internationally.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ANTHEM

With our hearts full of joy and gratitude to God, 
We gather here today.
In fellowship with peers and friends,
Striving to achieve common goals. 
We shall strive to make our school great, 
And do our founders proud;
Move our Country forward and
Leave good legacies for others to follow.

Christhill children school, our great school,
Nurtured by God Almighty 
With quality and standard as our watch words,
Learning for peak performance. 








COLLEGE ANTHEM

We plough the fields, and scatter 
The good seeds on the land, 
But it is fed and watered 
By God Almighty’s hand:
He sends the snow in winter
The warmth to swell the grain, 
The breezes, and the sunshine
And soft, refreshing rain. 

At the Christhill College, 
We stand on solid rock, 
All other ground 
Is sinking sand, 
We praise the Lord.

We thank God for our parents, 
We thank him for ourselves, 
We thank him for our teachers,
We thank him for our school, 
We thank him for what we are, 
And what we will become, 
The hope of then future 
Destined to excel. 
 

  1. Creativity
  2. Humility
  3. Responsibility
  4. Integrity
  5. Service
  6. Teamwork
  7. Hard work
  8. Initiative
  9. Loyalty
  10. Leadership

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NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/003 Dear Esteemed Parent, APPRECIATION We thank God for his goodness to us throughout the 2021/2022 session. To you our highly esteemed parents, for your support at all times, in every way, our gratitude is immense. We pray for God’s unlimited blessings upon your family and businesses. Thank you for choosing Christhill College.  HIGHLIGHTS OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE JUST CONCLUDED TERM RESUMPTION - The school resumed on Monday, 25th April 2022.  WORKERS' HOLIDAY/ EID-IL-FITR:The Workers' Day holiday was observed on Monday, 2nd May, 2022 alongside with the Eid-el- Fitr celebration on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday, 4th May, 2022 respectively.  CHILDREN’S DAY - The Children’s Day activity was held on Thursday, 26th May, 2022 in the school premises.    OPEN DAY/SHOWCASE OF STUDENTS' ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS' ACTIVITIES/BOOK FAIR The school held Open Day on Wednesday, 8th June, 2022. Students displayed item they made in their various entrepreneurial groups. There was also a book fair.  EXCURSION - The Students went on excursion to Funsation centre on Friday, 17th June, 2022. It was a very exciting fun time for our students.  MID-TERM BREAK - The midterm break was observed from Thursday, 9th June to Monday, 13th June, 2022.  DEMOCRACY DAY - Democracy day was observed on Monday, 13th June, 2022.  EID-EL-KABIR BREAK – Eid-el-Kabir break was observed on Monday, 11th July and Tuesday 12th July, 2022.  EXAMINATION - Third term/ promotional examinations started on Tuesday 5th July and ended Friday 15th July, 2022.  CLASS PARTY – Students had their class party on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  VACATION – The school vacated on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  PRIZE GIVING & GRADUATION – The Prize Giving and Graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday 20th July, 2022.  CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES We engaged our students actively this term in entrepreneurial skills acquisition in areas such as Hairstyling and Barbing, Beading, Pastry, Cosmetology, Soap, cosmetics and disinfectant making, video editing, etc. Students also engaged in Mental Mathematics on Wednesdays and Fridays which is a good way to nourish the brain for academic success.  RELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results are ready and have been released. Parents can access results through www.live.schoolphix.com  SUMMER LESSON:The Summer lesson starts on Monday, 1st August, 2022. Time is 9.00am to 1.00pm.  RESUMPTION FOR FIRST TERM 2022/2023 SESSION The school re-opens on Monday 5th September 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in immediately There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following areas: SCHOOL FEES Appreciation goes to parents who paid their children’s fees on time. Parents must cooperate by paying promptly to enable the school to meet its obligations on staff salary and other developmental projects. Management may not allow students who have not paid school fees to resume with us.   PTA N1500 PER STUDENT ACCOUNT NAME:CHRISTHILL COLLEGE PTA  ACCOUNT NO:0156996560    BRINGING/USAGE OF PHONES It has become a worrisome trend for students to make use of phones indiscriminately in the school. This is a distraction that we cannot permit as a school. The rule has always been that students are not allowed to make use of phones in school and if they must bring it (to do coding lessons once a week for instance) the devices should be handed over to the class/subject teacher concerned. The School prohibits parents from calling their children directly on their phones while in school. Any such communication should the channelled through the Management. Phones and other devices misused by students during learning activities will be returned at end of the term. Below are some activities/events for the term  International Literacy day  Independence day  Computer-based test                                  Sports  Open Day                                 Dates for listed programmes will be communicated later.  ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS The entrance examination into YEAR 7-11 for the 2022/2023 session is still ongoing.  DRESS CODE: We want to appeal to our parents to ensure that their children/wards dress neatly and decently. Their clothes should be well ironed, worn out or outgrown uniforms should be replaced. Also, the use of three-quarter jeans and black jeans are not allowed.  HAIRSTYLE Boys: The boys' hair must be decent low cut with no partings or any style Girls: The girls' hair that is not on low cut must be neatly plaited with the style called by the school. Thank you for choosing Christhill College and we wish our Students a wonderful summer experience.  ENQUIRY For enquiries, please call 0803-213-2886.   Management      NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/003 Dear Esteemed Parent, APPRECIATION We thank God for his goodness to us throughout the 2021/2022 session. To you our highly esteemed parents, for your support at all times, in every way, our gratitude is immense. We pray for God’s unlimited blessings upon your family and businesses. Thank you for choosing Christhill College.  HIGHLIGHTS OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE JUST CONCLUDED TERM RESUMPTION - The school resumed on Monday, 25th April 2022.  WORKERS' HOLIDAY/ EID-IL-FITR:The Workers' Day holiday was observed on Monday, 2nd May, 2022 alongside with the Eid-el- Fitr celebration on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday, 4th May, 2022 respectively.  CHILDREN’S DAY - The Children’s Day activity was held on Thursday, 26th May, 2022 in the school premises.    OPEN DAY/SHOWCASE OF STUDENTS' ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS' ACTIVITIES/BOOK FAIR The school held Open Day on Wednesday, 8th June, 2022. Students displayed item they made in their various entrepreneurial groups. There was also a book fair.  EXCURSION - The Students went on excursion to Funsation centre on Friday, 17th June, 2022. It was a very exciting fun time for our students.  MID-TERM BREAK - The midterm break was observed from Thursday, 9th June to Monday, 13th June, 2022.  DEMOCRACY DAY - Democracy day was observed on Monday, 13th June, 2022.  EID-EL-KABIR BREAK – Eid-el-Kabir break was observed on Monday, 11th July and Tuesday 12th July, 2022.  EXAMINATION - Third term/ promotional examinations started on Tuesday 5th July and ended Friday 15th July, 2022.  CLASS PARTY – Students had their class party on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  VACATION – The school vacated on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  PRIZE GIVING & GRADUATION – The Prize Giving and Graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday 20th July, 2022.  CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES We engaged our students actively this term in entrepreneurial skills acquisition in areas such as Hairstyling and Barbing, Beading, Pastry, Cosmetology, Soap, cosmetics and disinfectant making, video editing, etc. Students also engaged in Mental Mathematics on Wednesdays and Fridays which is a good way to nourish the brain for academic success.  RELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results are ready and have been released. Parents can access results through www.live.schoolphix.com  SUMMER LESSON:The Summer lesson starts on Monday, 1st August, 2022. Time is 9.00am to 1.00pm.  RESUMPTION FOR FIRST TERM 2022/2023 SESSION The school re-opens on Monday 5th September 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in immediately There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following areas: SCHOOL FEES Appreciation goes to parents who paid their children’s fees on time. Parents must cooperate by paying promptly to enable the school to meet its obligations on staff salary and other developmental projects. Management may not allow students who have not paid school fees to resume with us.   PTA N1500 PER STUDENT ACCOUNT NAME:CHRISTHILL COLLEGE PTA  ACCOUNT NO:0156996560    BRINGING/USAGE OF PHONES It has become a worrisome trend for students to make use of phones indiscriminately in the school. This is a distraction that we cannot permit as a school. The rule has always been that students are not allowed to make use of phones in school and if they must bring it (to do coding lessons once a week for instance) the devices should be handed over to the class/subject teacher concerned. The School prohibits parents from calling their children directly on their phones while in school. Any such communication should the channelled through the Management. Phones and other devices misused by students during learning activities will be returned at end of the term. Below are some activities/events for the term  International Literacy day  Independence day  Computer-based test                                  Sports  Open Day                                 Dates for listed programmes will be communicated later.  ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS The entrance examination into YEAR 7-11 for the 2022/2023 session is still ongoing.  DRESS CODE: We want to appeal to our parents to ensure that their children/wards dress neatly and decently. Their clothes should be well ironed, worn out or outgrown uniforms should be replaced. Also, the use of three-quarter jeans and black jeans are not allowed.  HAIRSTYLE Boys: The boys' hair must be decent low cut with no partings or any style Girls: The girls' hair that is not on low cut must be neatly plaited with the style called by the school. Thank you for choosing Christhill College and we wish our Students a wonderful summer experience.  ENQUIRY For enquiries, please call 0803-213-2886.   Management      NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/003 Dear Esteemed Parent, APPRECIATION We thank God for his goodness to us throughout the 2021/2022 session. To you our highly esteemed parents, for your support at all times, in every way, our gratitude is immense. We pray for God’s unlimited blessings upon your family and businesses. Thank you for choosing Christhill College.  HIGHLIGHTS OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE JUST CONCLUDED TERM RESUMPTION - The school resumed on Monday, 25th April 2022.  WORKERS' HOLIDAY/ EID-IL-FITR:The Workers' Day holiday was observed on Monday, 2nd May, 2022 alongside with the Eid-el- Fitr celebration on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday, 4th May, 2022 respectively.  CHILDREN’S DAY - The Children’s Day activity was held on Thursday, 26th May, 2022 in the school premises.    OPEN DAY/SHOWCASE OF STUDENTS' ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS' ACTIVITIES/BOOK FAIR The school held Open Day on Wednesday, 8th June, 2022. Students displayed item they made in their various entrepreneurial groups. There was also a book fair.  EXCURSION - The Students went on excursion to Funsation centre on Friday, 17th June, 2022. It was a very exciting fun time for our students.  MID-TERM BREAK - The midterm break was observed from Thursday, 9th June to Monday, 13th June, 2022.  DEMOCRACY DAY - Democracy day was observed on Monday, 13th June, 2022.  EID-EL-KABIR BREAK – Eid-el-Kabir break was observed on Monday, 11th July and Tuesday 12th July, 2022.  EXAMINATION - Third term/ promotional examinations started on Tuesday 5th July and ended Friday 15th July, 2022.  CLASS PARTY – Students had their class party on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  VACATION – The school vacated on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  PRIZE GIVING & GRADUATION – The Prize Giving and Graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday 20th July, 2022.  CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES We engaged our students actively this term in entrepreneurial skills acquisition in areas such as Hairstyling and Barbing, Beading, Pastry, Cosmetology, Soap, cosmetics and disinfectant making, video editing, etc. Students also engaged in Mental Mathematics on Wednesdays and Fridays which is a good way to nourish the brain for academic success.  RELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results are ready and have been released. Parents can access results through www.live.schoolphix.com  SUMMER LESSON:The Summer lesson starts on Monday, 1st August, 2022. Time is 9.00am to 1.00pm.  RESUMPTION FOR FIRST TERM 2022/2023 SESSION The school re-opens on Monday 5th September 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in immediately There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following areas: SCHOOL FEES Appreciation goes to parents who paid their children’s fees on time. Parents must cooperate by paying promptly to enable the school to meet its obligations on staff salary and other developmental projects. Management may not allow students who have not paid school fees to resume with us.   PTA N1500 PER STUDENT ACCOUNT NAME:CHRISTHILL COLLEGE PTA  ACCOUNT NO:0156996560    BRINGING/USAGE OF PHONES It has become a worrisome trend for students to make use of phones indiscriminately in the school. This is a distraction that we cannot permit as a school. The rule has always been that students are not allowed to make use of phones in school and if they must bring it (to do coding lessons once a week for instance) the devices should be handed over to the class/subject teacher concerned. The School prohibits parents from calling their children directly on their phones while in school. Any such communication should the channelled through the Management. Phones and other devices misused by students during learning activities will be returned at end of the term. Below are some activities/events for the term  International Literacy day  Independence day  Computer-based test                                  Sports  Open Day                                 Dates for listed programmes will be communicated later.  ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS The entrance examination into YEAR 7-11 for the 2022/2023 session is still ongoing.  DRESS CODE: We want to appeal to our parents to ensure that their children/wards dress neatly and decently. Their clothes should be well ironed, worn out or outgrown uniforms should be replaced. Also, the use of three-quarter jeans and black jeans are not allowed.  HAIRSTYLE Boys: The boys' hair must be decent low cut with no partings or any style Girls: The girls' hair that is not on low cut must be neatly plaited with the style called by the school. Thank you for choosing Christhill College and we wish our Students a wonderful summer experience.  ENQUIRY For enquiries, please call 0803-213-2886.   Management      NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/003 Dear Esteemed Parent, APPRECIATION We thank God for his goodness to us throughout the 2021/2022 session. To you our highly esteemed parents, for your support at all times, in every way, our gratitude is immense. We pray for God’s unlimited blessings upon your family and businesses. Thank you for choosing Christhill College.  HIGHLIGHTS OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE JUST CONCLUDED TERM RESUMPTION - The school resumed on Monday, 25th April 2022.  WORKERS' HOLIDAY/ EID-IL-FITR:The Workers' Day holiday was observed on Monday, 2nd May, 2022 alongside with the Eid-el- Fitr celebration on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday, 4th May, 2022 respectively.  CHILDREN’S DAY - The Children’s Day activity was held on Thursday, 26th May, 2022 in the school premises.    OPEN DAY/SHOWCASE OF STUDENTS' ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS' ACTIVITIES/BOOK FAIR The school held Open Day on Wednesday, 8th June, 2022. Students displayed item they made in their various entrepreneurial groups. There was also a book fair.  EXCURSION - The Students went on excursion to Funsation centre on Friday, 17th June, 2022. It was a very exciting fun time for our students.  MID-TERM BREAK - The midterm break was observed from Thursday, 9th June to Monday, 13th June, 2022.  DEMOCRACY DAY - Democracy day was observed on Monday, 13th June, 2022.  EID-EL-KABIR BREAK – Eid-el-Kabir break was observed on Monday, 11th July and Tuesday 12th July, 2022.  EXAMINATION - Third term/ promotional examinations started on Tuesday 5th July and ended Friday 15th July, 2022.  CLASS PARTY – Students had their class party on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  VACATION – The school vacated on Monday, 18th July, 2022.  PRIZE GIVING & GRADUATION – The Prize Giving and Graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday 20th July, 2022.  CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES We engaged our students actively this term in entrepreneurial skills acquisition in areas such as Hairstyling and Barbing, Beading, Pastry, Cosmetology, Soap, cosmetics and disinfectant making, video editing, etc. Students also engaged in Mental Mathematics on Wednesdays and Fridays which is a good way to nourish the brain for academic success.  RELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results are ready and have been released. Parents can access results through www.live.schoolphix.com  SUMMER LESSON:The Summer lesson starts on Monday, 1st August, 2022. Time is 9.00am to 1.00pm.  RESUMPTION FOR FIRST TERM 2022/2023 SESSION The school re-opens on Monday 5th September 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in immediately There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following areas: SCHOOL FEES Appreciation goes to parents who paid their children’s fees on time. Parents must cooperate by paying promptly to enable the school to meet its obligations on staff salary and other developmental projects. Management may not allow students who have not paid school fees to resume with us.   PTA N1500 PER STUDENT ACCOUNT NAME:CHRISTHILL COLLEGE PTA  ACCOUNT NO:0156996560    BRINGING/USAGE OF PHONES It has become a worrisome trend for students to make use of phones indiscriminately in the school. This is a distraction that we cannot permit as a school. The rule has always been that students are not allowed to make use of phones in school and if they must bring it (to do coding lessons once a week for instance) the devices should be handed over to the class/subject teacher concerned. The School prohibits parents from calling their children directly on their phones while in school. Any such communication should the channelled through the Management. Phones and other devices misused by students during learning activities will be returned at end of the term. Below are some activities/events for the term  International Literacy day  Independence day  Computer-based test                                  Sports  Open Day                                 Dates for listed programmes will be communicated later.  ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS The entrance examination into YEAR 7-11 for the 2022/2023 session is still ongoing.  DRESS CODE: We want to appeal to our parents to ensure that their children/wards dress neatly and decently. Their clothes should be well ironed, worn out or outgrown uniforms should be replaced. Also, the use of three-quarter jeans and black jeans are not allowed.  HAIRSTYLE Boys: The boys' hair must be decent low cut with no partings or any style Girls: The girls' hair that is not on low cut must be neatly plaited with the style called by the school. Thank you for choosing Christhill College and we wish our Students a wonderful summer experience.  ENQUIRY For enquiries, please call 0803-213-2886.   Management      NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/002 CHRISTHILL COLLEGE NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/002 Dear Esteemed Parent,                                                                APPRECIATIONWe thank God for his goodness to us throughout the 2nd term of the 2021/2022 session. To you our highly esteemed parents, for your support at all times, in every way, our gratitude is immense. We pray for God’s unlimited blessings upon your family and businesses. Thank you for choosing Christhill College.HIGHLIGHTS OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE JUST CONCLUDED TERM The school resumed on Monday 4 January 2021. The Interact students went to RYLA Rotary Youth Leadership Academics an intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and Districts where our students develop leadership skills while having fun and making connections. It is an annual programme and our students have been participating yearly for the last twelve years. Eleven(11) students attended this year’s programme on Friday 7th to Sunday 15th January 2022 and were sponsored by Lagos West, District 9110. Charity Day (St. Valentine’s Day) was observed on Monday 14th February 2022. The school visited So-Said Charity Home and Life Builders Home both at Ago.The donations came in from you, our well meaning parents as a show of love to the needy.  OPEN DAY;The school had her Open Day on Tuesday 15th February 2022 and Parentscommended the improved academics and moral well being of their Children. EXCURSION: Seventy six (76) students went on excursion on Wednesday 16thFebruary 2022 to Omu Resort at Ibeju Lekki. MID TERM BREAK: The midterm break was observed from Wednesday 16thFebruary to Friday 18th February 2022. EXAMINATIONS: Examinations started on Monday 14th March 2022 with practicalsand ended on Tuesday 29th March 2022. INTER-HOUSE SPORTS COMPETITION: The school had her In-house inter- house sports competition on Friday 25th March 2022 to raise self -esteem, develop self- confidence and give opportunities for teamwork.  CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIESWe engaged our students actively this term in entrepreneurship skills acquisition in areas such as Hairstyling and Barbing, Beading, Pastry, Cosmetology, Soap and Disinfectant making. Students also engaged in Mental Mathematics on Wednesdays and Fridays which is a good way to nourish the brain for academic success. MENTORINGEvery student at Christhill College has a mentor through which we the teachers (also known as their mentors) discover our students’ abilities and help to develop them. Students with challenges in academics, moral and personal issues have through the mentoring sessions received treatment that helped them to blend well. External Examinations ’SSCE’ & NECO: The school has registered the SS3 students for the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) and Senior National Examination Council.(NECO). There is an intensive preparation for the examination taking place already in the school. We urge you to provide the necessary assistance and learning aids that will facilitate their studies. Junior Secondary Examination (JSCE):The deadline for the registration for Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is Friday 15th April 2022. Late payment will attract an extra charge.  EXTENSION CLASSESThe Senior School Certificate Examinations (for Year 12) and the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (for Year 9) shall soon begin. In view of these, extension classes continue on Monday 11th April 2022 between 9:00am-2:00pm.RELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results have been released.HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENTS: The students have been given holiday assignments in all subjects on Google classroom. Kindly ensure that they diligently do the assignments. RESUMPTION FOR THIRD TERMThe school re-opens on Monday 25th April 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in earnest. There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following area: IGBO LANGUAGEBeginning from this term, we are adding Igbo Language to the subjects taught in the Junior School.This is to add cultural and moral values to the wellbeing of our children (from the east) SCHOOL FEESAppreciation goes to our Parents who paid their children’s fees on time. We kindly urge Parents to pay early.PAYMENT OF PTA LEVYParents are encouraged and reminded of their obligation to duly pay their wards' PTA levy following the resolution of the House. The levy is N1500 per student payable into the account below:Account name: CHRISTHILL COLLEGE PTA Account number: 0156996560Kindly note that the money realized from the PTA purse is used to buy gifts for the students during the graduation/prize giving day ceremony. We need your full support by paying the fee as we do not want to embarrass defaulters .ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONSThe entrance examination into Years 7-11 for the 2022/2023 session is scheduled as follows: 1st Batch Saturday 30th April 2022. 2nd Batch Saturday 21st May 2022. 3rd Batch Saturday 25th June 2022. 4th Batch Saturday 23rd July 2022. Time:10 am-1pm.SICKNESS/ILL HEALTHWe appeal to parents to please keep all sick children at home especially those with illness/disease that is highly infectious/contagious such as conjunctivitis, cough, catarrh and so on. If such children are brought to the school, they will not be allowed into the classrooms. We will appreciate your cooperation.BRINGING/USAGE OF PHONESIt has become a worrisome trend for students to make use of phones indiscriminately in the school. This is a distraction that we cannot permit as a school. The rule has always been that students are not allowed to make use of phones in school and if they must bring it (to do coding lessons once a week for instance) the devices should be handed over to the class/subject teacher concerned. The School does not encourage parents to call their children directly on their phones while in school. Any such communication should be channelled through the Management. Phones and other devices misused by students and confiscated as a result will not be released till the end of the term. ACTIVITIES FOR THE TERMBelow are some activities/events for the term  Workers' Day  Children’s Day Inter-School Science Exhibition  Computer-Based Tests (CBT) Sports Open Day Graduation/Prize-Givin Debate/public speaking day Dates and time will be communicated later.For more information and enquiries, contact the following numbers: 0803-300 7643, 0803-213-2886.Signed: MANAGEMENT    NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/001 Dear Esteemed Parents / Guardians,APPRECIATION: We thank God for the successful term. With deep gratitude, we once again extend our felicitations to our esteemed Parents for their continuous repose of great confidence in us and for cooperating with us in our determination to effectively impact the required knowledge to our students: a knowledge that will make them excel in their future endeavours.ACHIEVEMENTS ACADEMICS PERFORMANCE: Academic excellence has become a tradition of the school. This is attested to by Students’ performance in the various external examinations they enrolled for. The SS3 students put up a wonderful performance in the just concluded WAEC and NECOexaminations as each of our students had a combination of Asand Bsin eight and nine subjects respectively. Also our students did very well in Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) with Distinctions and credits.EXCURSION: The students went on an excursion to Hi-Impact planet Amusement park and Resort at Km 12,Lagos Ibadan expressway.INTERACT CLUB:On Tuesday 9th November, four of our students attended World Interact Week Celebration at Rotary Centre, Ikeja. They were engaged in career talk, quiz competition and talent hunt.Twelve (12) students from Christhill College have been screened for Rotary Youth Leadership Awards ( RYLA) which is coming up first week of January, 2022. The prospective RYLARIANS have also attended a pre-RYLA orientation in preparation for the programme.ENTREPRENEURAL SKILLS ACTIVITIES AND SOCIAL PROGRAMME: We engaged our students in several entrepreneur skills’ activities and social programmes to equip them. We have continued to intensify our activities in our different clubs and entrepreneurial skills. This term, students learned more skills that will help them become well developed and equipped to face life endeavour.SEMINAR: On Tuesday 26th October, 2021, our Senior Students had a seminar on "Substance Use and Abuse Among Adolescents".CHRISTMAS CONCERT AND CAROL SERVICEWe ended the term with the Christmas concert and carol service which was held on Wednesday 15th December, 2021.Students had lots of fun activities and gift item weregiven.NOTERELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results will be ready by Tuesday 21th December, 2021.HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: During this 1st term holiday, the school will be opened between 9:00 am – 2pm on daily basis; from the 20th– 23rd of December.RESUMPTION FOR SECOND TERMThe school re-opens on 4th January, 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in earnest. There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following areas:School Fees: Appreciation goes to those parents who paid their Children’s fees on time.We detest embarrassing our students on issues like school fees. Parent must cooperate by paying promptly to enable the school meet its obligations on staff salary and other developmental projects. Management may not allow students who have not paid school fees to resume with us on 4thJanuary, 2022. PTA N1500 per Student is compulsory.  GTB Account details are written belowAccount Name:Christhill CollegeAccount for School fees:0013087190Account for PTA:0156996560Lessons/Saturday Classes: The School lessons/Saturday Classes for Year 9 and Year 12 will commence on 17th January 2022. DISCIPLINE: Discipline and sense of responsibility are the hallmark and the bedrock of any school. The Christhill college is not different. Come 2nd Term, the school will be firmer on the appearance /dressing of our students in terms of correct uniform, hairdo (girls), haircut, school shoes and socks. HAIRSTYLE(GIRLS):The school allows the girls to either come in braids (to lasts for four weeks) or plait the prescribed fortnightly hair style (a minimum of 12 pieces). The braids must be knotted neatly. Surprisingly, some girls come in neatly in the morning, but after one or two periods of lessons, they undo the knots and flaunt the braids. Some come from their homes looking very shabby in their hairstyles. This will no longer be tolerated. Anyone found wanting will be sent home or quarantined.HAIRCUT (BOYS): Unconventional haircuts such as galaxy, afro, round cuts, carvings, et.c .are not allowed in the school. Boys should be on low cut or skin cut.COMPLETE SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Students should dress up neatly in the complete uniform.SENIOR BOYS: Trousers, shirt, tie, socks and shoesJUNIOR BOYS: Shorts, shirt, socks and shoesSENIOR GIRLS:Skirt, blouse, tie, socks and shoesJUNIOR GIRLS: Pinafore, blouse, tie, socks and shoesNAILS: Some students keep long nails. This is not healthy and safe in the school Environment.EARRINGS:The recommended earrings for girls is stud only.On Wednesday, students should dress in plain blue jeans (not stone wash or crazy jeans)Orange T’shirts and black All Stars.On Thursday, students should come in track suit, T’Shirt of the House they belong and white canvas. SICKNESS/ILL HEALTH:A sick child should not be sent to school. Rather, he/she should be given proper medical attention. Please always inform the school whenever a student is absent from school due to ill health.CONCLUSIONAs the current year 2021 draws to an end, we wish all our eminent parents a happy and blissful yuletide season. May the year 2022 be brighter and more prosperous than the outgoing year. Amen.For more information and enquiries, please call 0803-213-2886.Signed: MANAGEMENT 20th December, 2021        NEWSLETTER CC/NL/2021/2022/001 Dear Esteemed Parents / Guardians,APPRECIATION: We thank God for the successful term. With deep gratitude, we once again extend our felicitations to our esteemed Parents for their continuous repose of great confidence in us and for cooperating with us in our determination to effectively impact the required knowledge to our students: a knowledge that will make them excel in their future endeavours.ACHIEVEMENTS ACADEMICS PERFORMANCE: Academic excellence has become a tradition of the school. This is attested to by Students’ performance in the various external examinations they enrolled for. The SS3 students put up a wonderful performance in the just concluded WAEC and NECOexaminations as each of our students had a combination of Asand Bsin eight and nine subjects respectively. Also our students did very well in Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) with Distinctions and credits.EXCURSION: The students went on an excursion to Hi-Impact planet Amusement park and Resort at Km 12,Lagos Ibadan expressway.INTERACT CLUB:On Tuesday 9th November, four of our students attended World Interact Week Celebration at Rotary Centre, Ikeja. They were engaged in career talk, quiz competition and talent hunt.Twelve (12) students from Christhill College have been screened for Rotary Youth Leadership Awards ( RYLA) which is coming up first week of January, 2022. The prospective RYLARIANS have also attended a pre-RYLA orientation in preparation for the programme.ENTREPRENEURAL SKILLS ACTIVITIES AND SOCIAL PROGRAMME: We engaged our students in several entrepreneur skills’ activities and social programmes to equip them. We have continued to intensify our activities in our different clubs and entrepreneurial skills. This term, students learned more skills that will help them become well developed and equipped to face life endeavour.SEMINAR: On Tuesday 26th October, 2021, our Senior Students had a seminar on "Substance Use and Abuse Among Adolescents".CHRISTMAS CONCERT AND CAROL SERVICEWe ended the term with the Christmas concert and carol service which was held on Wednesday 15th December, 2021.Students had lots of fun activities and gift item weregiven.NOTERELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results will be ready by Tuesday 21th December, 2021.HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: During this 1st term holiday, the school will be opened between 9:00 am – 2pm on daily basis; from the 20th– 23rd of December.RESUMPTION FOR SECOND TERMThe school re-opens on 4th January, 2022. We expect all our students to resume immediately as serious academic work starts in earnest. There is no room for procrastination. Parents are hereby enjoined to co-operate with the school management in the following areas:School Fees: Appreciation goes to those parents who paid their Children’s fees on time.We detest embarrassing our students on issues like school fees. Parent must cooperate by paying promptly to enable the school meet its obligations on staff salary and other developmental projects. Management may not allow students who have not paid school fees to resume with us on 4thJanuary, 2022. PTA N1500 per Student is compulsory.  GTB Account details are written belowAccount Name:Christhill CollegeAccount for School fees:0013087190Account for PTA:0156996560Lessons/Saturday Classes: The School lessons/Saturday Classes for Year 9 and Year 12 will commence on 17th January 2022. DISCIPLINE: Discipline and sense of responsibility are the hallmark and the bedrock of any school. The Christhill college is not different. Come 2nd Term, the school will be firmer on the appearance /dressing of our students in terms of correct uniform, hairdo (girls), haircut, school shoes and socks. HAIRSTYLE(GIRLS):The school allows the girls to either come in braids (to lasts for four weeks) or plait the prescribed fortnightly hair style (a minimum of 12 pieces). The braids must be knotted neatly. Surprisingly, some girls come in neatly in the morning, but after one or two periods of lessons, they undo the knots and flaunt the braids. Some come from their homes looking very shabby in their hairstyles. This will no longer be tolerated. Anyone found wanting will be sent home or quarantined.HAIRCUT (BOYS): Unconventional haircuts such as galaxy, afro, round cuts, carvings, et.c .are not allowed in the school. Boys should be on low cut or skin cut.COMPLETE SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Students should dress up neatly in the complete uniform.SENIOR BOYS: Trousers, shirt, tie, socks and shoesJUNIOR BOYS: Shorts, shirt, socks and shoesSENIOR GIRLS:Skirt, blouse, tie, socks and shoesJUNIOR GIRLS: Pinafore, blouse, tie, socks and shoesNAILS: Some students keep long nails. This is not healthy and safe in the school Environment.EARRINGS:The recommended earrings for girls is stud only.On Wednesday, students should dress in plain blue jeans (not stone wash or crazy jeans)Orange T’shirts and black All Stars.On Thursday, students should come in track suit, T’Shirt of the House they belong and white canvas. SICKNESS/ILL HEALTH:A sick child should not be sent to school. Rather, he/she should be given proper medical attention. Please always inform the school whenever a student is absent from school due to ill health.CONCLUSIONAs the current year 2021 draws to an end, we wish all our eminent parents a happy and blissful yuletide season. May the year 2022 be brighter and more prosperous than the outgoing year. Amen.For more information and enquiries, please call 0803-213-2886.Signed: MANAGEMENT 20th December, 2021        

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