Course of Study

Course of Study
TCIS provides a high quality Nigerian curriculum infused with American and IGCSE educational content, planning, and teaching techniques.
The Nigerian Curriculum Objectives that we are using are based upon the following course offerings for Grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5:
  1. Agricultural Science
  2. Basic Science & Technology
  3. Computer Science
  4. Cultural and Creative Arts
  5. English
  6. French
  7. Nigerian Languages: Yoruba, Hausa & Igbo
  8. Mathematics
  9. Music
  10. Physical & Health Education
  11. Social Science & Civics
The Nigerian Curriculum Objectives that we are using are based upon the following course offerings for Grades 6, 7, and 8:
  1. Agricultural Science
  2. Basic Science
  3. Basic Technology
  4. Civics
  5. Computer Science
  6. Cultural and Creative Arts
  7. English
  8. French
  9. Nigerian Languages: Yoruba, Hausa & Igbo
  10. Mathematics
  11. Physical & Health Education
  12. Social Studies
  13. Business Studies
All Grade 9 Students should offer at least 10 subjects until the end of the 2nd semester in Grade 10. This is to allow for enough time for final decisions to be made after due consultations with Subject Teachers, Homeroom Teachers, Counselor and Parents. Regardless of the proposed field of study by the students, the following subjects are core/compulsory to all students, in line with the provisions of the New Senior Secondary Curriculum.
  1. English Language
  2. General Mathematics
  3. One Trade / Entrepreneurship
  4. Computer Studies / ICT
  5. Civic education
HUMANITIES
  1. Nigerian Languages
  2. Lit. in English
  3. Geography
  4. Government
  5. History
  6. Visual arts
  7. Economics
  8. French
SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS
  1. Biology
  2. Chemistry
  3. Physics
  4. Further Mathematics
TECHNOLOGY
  1. Technical Drawing
Career Choices
  1. ___________
  2. ___________
Students who select 3 subjects in any of the specialized fields may choose One (1) elective subject outside his/her field of study to meet the required number of nine (9) subjects expected of them. All pure science students should take Biology until final decisions are made. All students will take Economics until the end of the end of second semester in SS2.