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The Prinicipal

MRS. IJEOMA MADUABUCHI-DAVID

PRINCIPAL

CHRISLAND COLLEGE, IDIMU

 

 

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Chrisland College, Idimu

FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK

‘What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us’ Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Chrisland College exists to provide excellence in all facets of learning, ensuring outstanding professional teaching and classroom motivation, in order to attain a commendable level of scholastic and academic achievement.

Through our curriculum, we aim to develop the full potential of each learner as a citizen of a dynamic world. At the end of the day, we hope to produce a life-long learner who is compassionate, confident, independent, literate, and multi-skilled. A critical learner that has respect for the environment and is able to make a desirable impact on the society.

At Chrisland College, we value our learners and in return expect them to uphold the vision and mission of Chrisland.

ABILITY STREAMING IN THE COLLEGE

Students are streamed accordingly into these classes :

  • Diamond
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Bronze
  • Rainbow

The classes are very flexible, as a child in Rainbow class who works hard may move to Diamond and one from Diamond who does not work hard may move to Bronze or Rainbow as the case may be.

Our Foundation Stone

Chrisland College, a full boarding school was founded on 2nd Febuary, 1987. A brainchild of the renowned and visionary educationist, High Chief Dr. (Mrs.) Winifred Adefolahan Awosika (OON). It was established under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and is appropriately approved by the Lagos State Government.

Chrisland College has grown from an academic staff strength of three to well over sixty.

At Chrisland College, we believe in the future of our country(Nigeria) and the world as a whole depends on the youth, hence premium is placed on cordial inter-personal relationships among students, without bias to tribe, creed or nationality.

 

Our Location

Chrisland College is located on a 50-acre piece of land in a peaceful town called Idimu, in the Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State. Idimu has the dual advantage of being far from the hustle and bustle of Lagos business districts, whilst being easily accessible. It is approximately one-hour drive from Lagos Island, about forty-five minutes from Lagos Mainland and thirty minutes drive from the Lagos Airport. The Idimu community is the peace-loving and hard-working settlement of a people called the “Aworis”. The environment is indeed conducive for learning.

On entering the Chrisland College gate, you have on your immediate right, the security post, from where pro-active surveilance is carried out by experienced and well-trained security men, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

Accommodation and Welfare

As earlier mentioned, Chrisland College is fully residential. Our efficient full boarding system is guided by a well-structured schedule that is flexible enough not to stifle the adventurous spirit of youth, yet disciplined enough to inculcate enduring values and priniciples in them.

There are presently seven hostels; four for the boys and three for the girls.

Each of the seven hostels has:

  • Well furnished common rooms
  • Well-ventilated and comfortable bedrooms all of which are en-suite
  • Two house masters’/mistress’ apartments in each hostel
  • Clean and hygienic toilets and bathrooms
  • A large and spacious central dining hall in each hostel.

In the boys block, there are two hostels for the junior boys and two for the senior boys.

The junior boys are accommodated four in a room while the senior boys’ hostels have some rooms with four and others with six students.

On the girls side, year 7 and year 8 occupy one hostel, year 9 and year 10 share the second hostel while the year 11 and year 12 girls occupy the last hostel.

The junior girls are also four in a room while the senior girls are between four and six in a room.

There is a common room in each hostel which is well-furnished with a television set that has cable facilities as well as comfortable chairs for the students relaxation. This service is monitored by the house master/mistress

There is also a section for in-door games such as table tennis,chess, draughts, ludo and scabble.

Balanced, nutritiuos meals are served three times a day with “Night-caps”.

No student requires any extra food from outside, as they are well fed. Their meals are prepared by trained and experienced caterers. They are also given Mid-day snacks.

Cooked food and provisions are not allowed from home.

The Chrisland College tuck-shop, located very near the administrative block, provides for the needs of the students.

Electricity and Water Supply

The Chrisland College has three giant 250KVA, 110KVA & 100KVA stand-by generators on the premises ensuring a steady supply of electricity.

Our water treatment plant gives the college community uninterrupted supply of treated water twenty-four hours a day.

Pocket Money

Parents are encouraged to give their children moderate sums of pocket money which should be deposited with the bursar of the college for proper monitoring and accountability. Students use purchase vouchers issued by the bursar for financial transactions in the college.

Religious Activities

Through Chrisland College is built on Chrisland foundation, students are allowed to practice their religious beliefs without hindrance, as the college is liberal in her attitude to religion. A student is free to practice any religion he or she chooses or that is subscribed to by the parents. There is mutual respect for the different religions. A muslim leader or teacher leads our Muslim students at worship on Fridays and takes care of them during the fasting period, while a Christian religious leader leads the Christians on Sundays.

As a matter of policy, religious differences are not allowed to divide the Chrisland family.

 

The Parent-Teacher Association

 

The Parent-Teacher Association holds sessions to deliberate on various issues relating to the welfare and academic progress of the students in particular and the college in general. Such sessions usually hold on the last Sunday of the second month of every term at 2:00p.m in the school hall.

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