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Dear Esteemed Parent,
We thank God for his goodness to us throughout the 2nd term of the 2022/2023 session especially the peaceful election. For your unwavering support at all times and in every way,you are our dear parents and we are incredibly grateful. We pray for God’s unlimited blessings upon your family and businesses. Thank you for choosing Christhill College.
External examination SSCE & NECO: The school has registered the Year 12 students for the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) and 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 textbooks and learning aids that will facilitate their studies.
Junior Secondary Examination (JSCE): The registration for Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is in progress. The registration is mandatory for Year 9 students.
Extension classes begin on 11th of April till Thursday the 20th April 2023 between 9:00am-1:00pm in preparation for BECE and SSCE.
RELEASE OF RESULTS: Students’ results will be ready by Tuesday 18th April 2023.
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: During this 2nd term holiday, the school will be opened between 9:00 am – 2pm on daily basis; from the 11th – 21st of April 2023.
HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENTS: The students have been given holiday assignments in all subjects on Google classroom. Kindly ensure that they diligently do the assignments via Google Classroom.
We engaged our students actively this term in mental, social and entrepreneurial skills activities as well as mentoring.
MENTAL SKILLS’ ACTIVITIES.
Students did Mental Mathematics every Wednesday and Friday. Mental mathematics is a good way to nourish the brain for academic success.
We engaged in both intra and inter-class social interactions to equip our students with enough social graces.
Every student at CHRISTHILL COLLEGE has a mentor, through the mentoring session, we the teachers (also known as their mentors) discover our students’ abilities and we 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
THIRD TERM IN VIEW
The school re-opens on Tuesday 25th April 2023. 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:
We detest embarrassing our students on issues like school fees. Parent 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 go to classroom after two weeks of resumption
SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Please note that the insistence of the school that students should wear specified uniforms on specified days is to improve the school image and to train your wards towards good conformist tendency and in compliance with laid down rules.
COMPLETE SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Students should dress up neatly in the complete uniform.
SENIOR BOYS: Trousers, shirt, tie, school customized socks and pure black shoes.
JUNIOR BOYS: Shorts, shirt, school customized socks and pure black shoes.
SENIOR GIRLS: Skirt, blouse, tie, school customized socks and pure black shoes.
JUNIOR GIRLS: Pinafore, blouse, tie, school customized socks and pure black shoes.
On Wednesday, students should dress in plain blue jeans (not stonewash or crazy jean), Orange T ’shirts and black AllStars.
On Thursday, students should come in a track suit, T’ Shirt of the House they belong to and white canvas and plain white socks.
NAILS: Some students keep long nails. This is not healthy and safe in the school environment. EARRINGS: The recommended earrings for girls is stud only.
HAIRSTYLE (GIRLS): The school allows the girls to either come in braids (to lasts for four weeks) or plait the prescribed fortnightly hairstyle (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. Note: No plaiting with thread or wool. Recommended hairstyle for resumption is “all-back” not less than 12 pieces.
HAIRCUT (BOYS): Unconventional haircuts such as galaxy, afro, round cuts, carvings, etc. are not allowed in the school. Boys should be on low cut.
We appeal to parents to please keep all sick children at home especially those with illnesses/diseases that are highly infectious/contagious such as conjunctivitis, cough, cold, 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.
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES/EVENTS FOR THIRD TERM
➢ Mental mathematics
➢ Debate and quiz
➢ Speak right
➢ International day
➢ Graduation and valedictory service
➢ Dates and time will be communicated later
The entrance examination into YEAR 7-11 for the 2023/2024 session is scheduled as follows:
1st Batch May 6th 2023
2nd Batch June 10th 2023
3rd Batch July 8th 2023.
4th Batch July 29th 2023
For more information and enquiries, contact the following
numbers: 0803-213-2886, 0909-343-4450.
We wish our Students and our distinguished Parents a happy and blissful Easter break
6th April 2023.uploaded 9 months ago
Dear Esteemed Parent,
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
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
- 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.