Campus / Boarding Life
Living with other students can be fun. It is also a great way to make lifelong friends. However, it can sometimes be stressful particularly those aspects of getting used to other students ugly habits.
Our boarding house students are therefore encouraged to be accommodating, kind and considerate in their relationship with other students. They must respect each others’ need for tranquility, bond together, play together and generally tolerate each others’ nuances.
Generally, we to make our boarding houses as comfortable as possible. Two or three students per room, all air conditioned. We also ensure maximum security at all times for all boarding house students and regular monitoring by the Boarding house master/mistresses.
Extracurricular activities are a critical component of college education and our students are encouraged to engage themselves productively after school closes as these help them to develop their talents, interests and passions. They also help to inculcate in the students practical skills such as time management.
Some of the activities our students engage in after school and on weekends are:
- Church activities
- Sports e.g. table tennis, basket ball
- Recreational activities like chess, ludo and video games.
However, students are regularly counseled not to carry out these activities to the detriment of their academic pursuit, which should take precedence over all other activities.