Forecast of Events



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PRE TERM 1 Thursday 4th Jan, 2019 Staff  Resumption / pre-term meeting All Staff to participate
WK 1-2         1 Monday, 7th Jan, 2019 School Resumption Intensive Academic activities commence same day
2 Saturday, 12th Jan, 2019 Extra Lecture/Lesson for SS3 students All Students to wear school uniform/PE and teachers & students are to be punctual to lectures.
WK 3-4 1 Friday 25th February 2019 Deadline for the submission of type written CA Questions All subject teachers to comply
WK 5-8   1 Wednesday 6th February to Friday 8th February 2019 Mid-Term/Half Term Continuous Assessment Test All staff and students to participate
2 Saturday 16th February 2019 Presidential and National Assembly Election No SS 3 Saturday Lectures
3 Thursday, 21st February to Friday 22nd February 2019 Mid Term Break All Staff and Students to comply
4 Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 P.T.A Meeting/Open Day All Parents and Staff to participate
5 Thursday, February 28th, 2019 Deadline for the submission of 2nd Term Examination type written questions All subject teachers to comply
6 Saturday 2nd March 2019 Governorship and State House of Assembly Election No SSS 3 Saturday Extension Classes
WK 9-10 1 Monday 18th to Thursday 21st March 2019 SSS3 Internal Mock Examination All SSS3 Students to participate
    2 Thursday 21st  to Sunday 24th March SSS3 External Mock Examination All SSS 3 Students to participate
WK 11-12 1 Monday 18th to Wednesday 20th March 2019 Revision! Revision! Revision All Staff and Students to participate
  2 Thursday 21st March Cultural Day All Staff and students to participate
3 Thursday 28th March to Friday 5th April Examination! Examination! Examination All subject teachers and staff to participate
4 Wednesday 10th April 2019 Excursion! Excursion! Excursion! All Interested students to participate
5 Friday 12th April 2019 End of 2nd Term 2018/2019 All students and staff to comply

This forecast of events is subject to change without prior notice.


EFC International Studies was established in the year 2012 and was accredited by the British council on 18th March 2013 and the College Board on the 16th August, 2016 to offer the following programmes:

  1. Cambridge International Examination (CIE)
  2. IELTS – International English Language Testing System
  3. SAT – Scholastic Aptitude Test
  4. GRE – Graduate Record Examination
  5. ACT – America College Test
  6. TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language

Structure of our Cambridge international examinations


(a)   Cambridge international examination (CIE)

  1. A Level/AS Examination: We offer Registration, Lectures and practical applications
  2. IGCSE/Cambridge O Level/Cambridge International Diploma and Advanced International Examination: We offer Registration, Lectures and practical applications


(b)  IELTS Examination – We offer Registration, Lectures and practical demonstrations for all aspect of International English Language Testing Systems – speaking, Listening, Writing and Reading.


(c)  SAT – The scholastic Aptitude: We offer Test registration, Lectures and practical demonstrations of all aspects in SAT I (Sat without Essay), SAT II (Sat with Essay) and the SAT with subjects combination.


(d) ACT – Our ACT programmes is structured in line with College Board content and contexts. We offer Registration, Lecture with practical applications of all components of the ACT syllabus.


(e) TOEFL – We offer TOEFL registration, Lectures with practical applications which include Writing, Speaking, Reading and Listening in line with the College guidelines.



(a) CIE Examinations – Students who participates in our CIE Examinations get direct placements into foreign Universities in the UK, Canada or other European Universities. Students who are exceptional gets scholarship directly from their institution of choice which may be funded fully or part funded by such institutions.


(b)   IELTS – This examination is required by institutions in foreign countries for indigenous Africa Students as an entry requirement for any course of their choice. It revolves round the ability of African Students to write, Speak, listen and read English language.


(c)   TOEFL – This examination is required by institutions in foreign countries for indigenous Africa Students as an entry requirement for any course of their choice. It revolves round the ability of African Students to write, Speak, listen and read English language.


(d)   SAT – SAT is a quantitative aptitude test for students who desire to study in America only. A good score of 1030 in SAT will ensure placement and scholarship in any American Universities.


(f)  ACT – ACT is a quantitative aptitude test for students who desire to study in America only. A good score of 1030 in ACT will ensure placement and scholarship in any American Universities.


Our Role: Excellent Foundation College being an affiliated Institution to the British Council and College Board in Nigeria offers lectures, Registration and Admission placements for desirable students who intend to study any course of their choice in any part of the world. We equally help students with exceptional performance secure scholarship either in full or part base on what the institution of their choices offers.


What is interesting is that our tuition fee is remarkably affordable. Enroll your ward as admission is still in progress.


We are currently a partner schools to several institutions outside the country which include: Prince Edward Island University in Canada, Hochschule Rhein-wall University in Germany and University of Hertfordshire in U.K.


Engr Talabi Olalekan Oladunjoye




In Nigeria, Junior Secondary curriculum provides both the academic and pre-vocational subjects. The focus of secondary education at the junior level targets the realization of the following road goals:


  • to offer diversified curriculum to cater for the difference in talents, opportunities and future roles;
  • to provide trained man power in the applied sciences and technology and commerce at sub-professional grades;
  • to inspire students with desire for self-employment and achievement of excellence; and
  • to provide technical knowledge and vocational skills necessary for agricultural, industrial, commercial and economic development (curled from FRN 2004; 18-19)


The above goal statement had guided the effort toward the development of new curricula for junior secondary education by the Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) in the pre-vocational subjects which includes Agriculture, Business Studies, Home Economics, Computer Education, Fine Arts and Music (FRN 2004 ; 20). The Basic Educational Curriculum for business studies for junior secondary 1-3 states that the general objectives of business studies in both basic and junior secondary level are to:


  1. Provide the orientation and basic skills with which to start an occupation for those who may not have the opportunity for further training;
  2. Provide basic skills for personal use now and in the future;
  3. Prepare students for further training in business studies;
  4. Relate the knowledge and skills to the national economy; and
  5. Develop basic skills for office occupation (FME 2007; IV)


In summary, the above objectives aim to inculcate at the early age those worthwhile values that are required if an entrepreneur and workers in business environment are to succeed. Business studies is one of the structured curriculum areas geared toward achieving some specific goals of the secondary education. It is an integrated pre-vocational subject taught at the junior secondary level as stipulated in the National Policy on Education (FRN 2004).


Business studies is a competence-based subject where each student needs to acquire and demonstrate specific competencies for examples, typewriting, record-keeping (book-keeping) and transcribing in shorthand. Business studies provides students with a new practical context for many of the subjects key studied at the primary school level including mathematics, sciences, languages and social studies. It help students to recognize the relevance of these subjects as they are applied to the world of business – for example, in helping people with their needs, challenges and problems and in creating products and services that help to improve the quality of life. (Affairs et commerce, 2006). The business studies introduced in the junior secondary school level in Nigeria provides knowledge and skills that can help students make a successful transition to post-secondary education, training programmes and the work place. It prepares students to apply their education to the real-world challenges and experiences.