HELLO FESTAC ! Chrisland School, Festac is now open. For enquiries please contact 08101192841 WARNING !! Please complaints or suggestions should be directed to the numbers listed on the contact centre only, do not entertain calls or direct calls to any other number found on any other website or search engine. NOTABLE DATES RESUMPTION FOR 2018/2019 Session


  • Great news, Congrats Uwakwe Chiemeka David. You beat all others to achieve this great feat in WASSCE. Indeed Chrisland is a name to reckon with in Academics, a nice way to celebrate Chrisland at 40...
    ---Juliet Omosehin---
  • It's beautiful to see Oak's house still dominating in the Inter-House Sports 2 years after leaving.
    ---Lekan Awosanya---


External Examinations

At the end of the Junior Secondary Education, students are presented for the Junior Secondary Certificate Examination conducted by the National Examination Council.

At the end of the Senior Secondary Education, students are presented for the Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations, conducted by the West African Examination Council (W.A.E.C.) and the National Examinations Council (N.E.C.O.)


International Examinations

The schools prepare and present students for the underlisted international Examinations :

At the junior secondary school level, the students sit for the checkpoint examination, which is written at the end of the year 9 and supervised by the British Council in Nigeria.

At the senior secondary level, the students are prepared for the under listed examinations :

International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)

Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)


Assessment and Examination Procedure

The schools operate the Continuous Assessment System. Assessment scores are based on students' results, subject attendance, quizzes, practical projects and assignments.

The examination is based on what the students have learnt during the term, and this accounts for 60% of the overall assessment for each subject. The school policy stipulates that every child should  pass Mathematics, English, and other relevant subjects at credit levels to obtain a minimum GPA of 2.5 before he/she is promoted to the next class.

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