James Hope College employs the National Curriculum of England & Wales as a starting framework for the knowledge, skills and understanding we intend all students to gain. However, at JHC, we also integrate the Nigerian curriculum to form a broad based curriculum. This gives our students the opportunity to study in the United Kingdom or continue with higher learning in Nigeria, after James Hope College.

Classroom work is complemented by projects, course work, assignments, tutorials, practicals and excursions to places of interest. Our combined high quality teaching and learning experiences encourage creativity and innovation. We have a 1:20 teacher/pupil ratio and the class size is deliberately kept small to allow teachers and students greater individual interactions. Our curriculum delivery is provided by specialist teachers in the Subject areas. Please click on the subject for more detailed information.


Junior Secondary (Year 7 to Year 9)

This phase is typically for students between the ages of 11 to 14. We offer a wide range of subjects to develop their talents as well as a broad and balanced curriculum. Careful tracking of students attainment in these subjects throughout this stage is constant. Regular reports are sent to parents. The subjects offered include: the core subjects; English, Mathematics, Integrated Science and ICT, and the foundation subjects:

DT, Agricultural Science, Social Studies (History, Geography, Religious Knowledge), Business Studies, French, Igbo, Art, Music, Physical Education, Physical & Health Education.

Due to our meticulous preparation, all students will be able to excel in Nigerian exams, NECO and WAEC, and international assessments, such as CIE and IGCSE.

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