FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, since the first set of graduating students in 2012, our SSCE results have been outstandingly excellent.

Admissions are offered to successful candidates following an impressive performance in the entrance examination conducted by the school.

Admission form fee of N7,500 will be paid.

Results of entrance examinations are communicated directly to parents using the quoted phone numbers in the application for admission register. They are also available in the Admin office of the school.

In Year 9 (J.S.3), students sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) conducted by the National Examinations Council (NECO).

Junior Secondary Subjects:

Arabic

Basic Science and Technology (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Basic Technology, Computer Studies and Physical and Health Education)

Business Studies

Cultural and Creative Arts

English Studies (English Language and Literature-in-English)

French

Hausa

Mathematics

National Values (Civic Education, Social Studies and Security Education)

Qur’an

Yoruba

 

In Year 12 (S.S.3), students will sit for the following examinations;

West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

National Examination Council (NECO) examination.

Senior Secondary Subjects:

Arabic

Biology

Chemistry

Civic Education

Commerce

Dyeing and Bleaching

Economics

English Language

Financial Accounting

Fisheries

Foods and Nutrition

Further Mathematics

General Mathematics

Geography

Government

History

Information Technology

Islamic Studies

Literature-in-English

Physics

Qur’an

Technical Drawing

Visual Art

Yes, all successful candidates will be invited to an oral interview before they are finally considered for admission.

At Crescent Schools, it is believed that academic success and discipline go together. Acts of indiscipline are strongly frowned at and sanctioned to deter a recurrence. Professional techniques and counselling treatments are administered to erring students for permanent correction of misbehaviour.

Virtually all the prospective learners must write the entrance examinations except children for the Preparatory Class (Age 2). Prospective students seeking admission to JS1 must have clocked the age of ten (10 years) at the commencement of a new academic session in September.

Our teaching staff are not only academically and professionally qualified, they are also registered with the Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria. Our educators are regularly trained and exposed to modern trends in the teaching profession. They are active participants in their respective subject associations for a value-added job delivery.

Yes, because Crescent Schools can boast of an array of dazzling talents in Qur’an and Arabic.

Yes, a family of four children or more gets a discount of 10% on tuition if payment of school fees is made before resumption.

No, it currently runs a day school.

It runs basically the Nigerian curriculum, enriched with the British curriculum and Islamic values.

Activities start every school day (Monday-Friday) from 7:30 a.m. with the morning assembly session which lasts for 30 minutes after which classes begin.

Both the College and Upper Primary (Primary 4-6) close at 3:30p.m (Monday-Thursday) while the Lower Primary (Primary 1-3) closes at 2:30 p.m. As for the Nursery section, closure is 1:15 p.m.

On Fridays, the school closes after Jumah prayer.

Non-Muslim students are however exempted from the prayers.

The After-school service for the Nursery classes runs from 3:30-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 2:30-6 p.m. on Friday.

Yes, Crescent Schools is open to willing, non-Muslim learners who are exempted from offering Islam-oriented subjects if their parents demand.

Admissions are offered to successful candidates in all the classes (Preparatory – Nursery Two) in the Nursery Section and Year 1 to Year 6 in the Primary.

The average population is between 15 and 20 learners per class.

Listed below are the subjects offered in the lower primary classes of Year 1 – Year 3 (Primary 1-3).

Arabic

Basic Science & Technology

Creative Art

Information Technology

Islamic Studies

Literacy (Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, Grammar and Punctuation, Spellings)

National Values

Numeracy

Non-Verbal Reasoning

Quantitative Reasoning

Physical and Health Education

Yoruba/Hausa

Qur’an

Listed below are the subjects offered in the upper primary classes of Year 4 – Year 6 (Primary 4-6).

Arabic

Basic Science & Technology

Creative Art

French

Information Technology

Islamic Studies

Literacy (Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, Grammar and Punctuation, Spellings)

National Values

Numeracy

Non-Verbal Reasoning

Quantitative Reasoning

Physical and Health Education

Yoruba/Hausa

Qur’an

Pre-Vocational Studies

We shall gradually potty-train your child till he/she is ready to go without assistance or can tell when he/she is ready to go.

We will feed her the first few weeks after which we gradually allow her to feed herself. However, we shall continue to assist where and when necessary.

We start the day at 7:30 a.m. with the general assembly session on Monday and Friday, this runs till 8 a.m.

On Tuesday to Thursday, we have our Montessori moments which run from 7:30-7:50 a.m. Class assembly takes place immediately after that.

Qur’an class is next, followed by other subjects on the timetable.

Class ends at 1:15 p.m.

Please note that Qur’an recitation takes place every day from 8:00 – 8:45 a.m.

Sports day is Wednesday.

The learners are taken on excursion to places of interest at least once every term.

The ratio is 1:10 per class.

The class teacher will communicate that to you at the initial meeting which is held with parents of new learners.

Arabic

Communication and Language Development

Islamic Moral

Knowledge and Understanding of the World

Literacy

Mathematics

Personal, Social and Emotional Development.

Physical Development

Qur’an

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