At Christ Ambassadors International College, students are expected to take
- Periodic continuous assessments (class tests, assignments, carrying out researches and projects).
- The main examination comes up towards the end of each term
- The promotion examinations come up towards the end of the session and the marks obtainable are the cumulative throughout the session.
Students will be registered for the following examinations:
- Year 9 - Oyo State and Federal (JSCE) (BECE)
- Year 9 - Cambridge Checkpoint
- Year 12 - (WASCE/SSCE) NECO May/June
- IGCSE Cambridge
- Preliminary SAT
Note: The school takes serious objection to Year 10 and Year 11 students being registered for (SSCE) or NECO or both in other schools. We only allow and encourage Year 11 to register for Sept./Oct. WAEC which normally comes up in their First Term of Year 12. Any student (Year 10 or Year 11) that acts contrary ceases to be a bonafide student of Christ Ambassadors International College.
Promotion and Subject Selection Year 9-10
Year 9 – 10 as specified in the National Policy for Education, students are expected to pass the following subjects at credit level to qualify for selection into the Science Class:-English language, Mathematics and Integrated/Basic Science. Arts or Social Science Class:-English Language, Mathematics and Social Studies.
Prep Classes are compulsory for all Students. Silence should be maintained during these hours. The prep tutors on duty supervise the Prep Classes. The students are to study, make up their notes, do some corrections, find out areas of need etc. Extra assignments will be given to students from time to time to help maximize the use of their time profitably.
After School And Booster Lessons
There is an After School Lesson which commences after lunch. This runs from Monday through Thursday. The After School Lesson is optional and this attracts a fee. While the After School Lesson is available to all, the Booster Lesson is meant for boarders only. This comes up on Saturdays and the classes are held between 1:30pm-4:00pm.
Each student has a portal protected by their unique username and password which enables them to submit assignments and get access to an e-library; Students have access to notes uploaded by teachers.
Students have available to them, branded android tablets for sale in the school.
We undertake Saturday School between 10.00a.m and 1.10pm during which the week's lessons are revised, students complete given assignments and projects and do group work under teachers' supervision and guidance. Practical computer classes are also taken.