Looking for a great secondary education for your child? In the secondary school system in Nigeria students spend at least six years in Secondary School, that is about 3 years of Junior Secondary School duration , and about 3 years of Senior Secondary School session. In this system, at the Senior Secondary School Class 2 (SS2) level, students are allowed to take the GCE O’Levels exam, which is normally not mandatory for students, although most times students are advised to take them in preparations for the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.
Here's a list of all Federal Secondary Schools recognized in the coutry
|FGC, IKOT-EKPENE||AKWA IBOM|
|FSTC, UYO||AKWA IBOM|
|FGGC, I/OBIO ITONG||AKWA IBOM|
|FGC, IKOM||CROSS RIVER|
|FGGC, CALABAR||CROSS RIVER|
|FSC, OGOJA||CROSS RIVER|
|FGGC, NEW BUSSA||NIGER|
|FSTC, IKARE AKOKO||ONDO|
In Nigeria, its very much Mandatory for Senior Secondary School education to end on the WASSCE which one can not qualify for without the Junior Secondary School which are sometimes free and very much compulsory. The secondary school education leads to the BECE, which opens the door to Senior Secondary School education. The senior secondary curriculum is then based on 6 core courses to completed by at least 2 or 3 elective subjects. The Core subjects include: Mathematics, English, Economics, a major native language; an elective out of chemistry, biology, integrated science or physics, one elective out of food and nutrition history, social studies or geography ; agricultural science or a vocational subject which includes: Commerce, , technical drawing, English Literature or fine arts.
When a student is done with the BECE , he or she is now fully qualified to join a technical college. This curriculum also offers 3 years and at the end, will lead to a craftsmanship or trade certificate
The country of Nigeria is directly made up of about thirty-six states in total including the Federal Capital Territory. In each and every state in the federation, there are at least two Federal Government Colleges. These institutions are managed and funded directly through the Federal Government via the Ministry of Education. Usually, the staffs, teachers and workers are special Federal Government employees. Each teacher at the Federal Government schools most possess at least a bachelor's degree in Education or in a said subject area, such as, Economics, Physics etc. These schools are usually known as model schools in the Nigerian system , carrying and maintaining the significant ideals of secondary education for other Nigerian students. Here, admission is specifically based based on merit due to its high standards, usually determined by the National Common Entrance Examination compulsory for all final year pupils in elementary school . Monetary requirements like tuition and funds are usually very low, could be approximately sixteen thousand naira as most of the funding comes from the Federal Government.
Federal College of Education
Secondary schools owned by state government are usually funded by each state government although they mist times can't be matched with Federal government colleges. Although the primary agenda is that education be free in the majority of the state owned schools and institutions, students are required to get basic school materials like books, uniforms and pay for and purchase other things which on a long run in a year could cost them an average of about thirty thousand naira ($200) in an academic year. State-owned teachers in these institutions are usually required to have at most National Certificate of Education or a bachelor's degree, although this is never the case