Our secondary school is a co-educational boarding school, and we welcome students between the ages of 10 and 16 years old. Our programme provides personalized attention that allows every student to thrive. Our focus is on giving students the opportunity to explore their interests and cultivate their talents.
Here at Brookstone we create an environment that encourages individual growth and and community development. This allows students to not only be self aware, but to be aware of their community and its needs. Our library is filled with books of all genres including fiction and non-fiction. We also provide reference and research books. Students are encouraged to visit the library, from an early age.
We work hard to maintain a flowing, healthy relationship with Parents so that they feel comfortable speaking with teachers, staff, and leadership. This sort of relationship is so important for the student and that’s why we emphasize it.
Students Take The Following Examinations:
Year 9: Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations and Nigerian Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
Learning areas include: English Language, Mathematics, Basic Science (Chemistry, Biology & Physics), Basic Technology, Agricultural Science, Social Studies, Christian Religious Knowledge, Civic Education, Physical and Health Education, French, Cultural & Creative Arts, Music, Business Studies and Computer Studies.
Year 11: Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Examination, Standard Assessment Task Examination (SAT) optional, Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) optional and International English Language Testing System (IELTS) optional.
Year 12: West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) Learning areas include: English Language, Literature-In-English, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Economics, Information & Communication Technology, Data Processing, Civic Education, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Technical Drawing, Agricultural Science, French, Business Studies, Christian Religious Knowledge (C.R.K), Environmental Management and Government.