BOARDING FACILITIES: Dee Unique International Schools, a co-educational institution, offers standard and highly conducive facilities which are designed to be a home away from. Our hostels are tastefully furnished with necessary amenities so that every child will feel at home and well catered for. We provide a serene and secure environment for children with diverse abilities. The hostels are managed and supervised by teachers who ensure boarders’ well-being physically, mentally, academically and spiritually.
CURRICULUM: The school provides a broad based national curriculum to meet the needs of a rapidly changing world. At the end of the Junior Secondary Education, students are presented for the Junior Secondary Certificate Examination conducted by the State Examination Board, while at the end of the Senior Secondary Education; students are presented for the Senior Secondary Education Certificate Examination, conducted by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the National Examinations Council (NECO). All subjects in Arts, Commercial and Sciences are offered.
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Dee unique international schools run a very effective, efficient, intensive and comprehensive curriculum. Apart from being in line with the current WAEC/ NECO Syllabus,our curriculum is prepared to cater for every aspect of a child’s future endeavour, whether in the Arts, Sciences, Commercial or vocational disciplines.
Junior Secondary Subjects
Mathematics Physical Health Education
English Language Social Studies
Basic Science Business studies
Basic Technology Agricultural Science
ICT Creative Arts
Home Economics Music
Christian Religious Studies Yoruba
Islamic Religious Studies
Senior Secondary Studies
English Language Agricultural Science
Christian Religious Studies Literature –in- English
Islamic Religious Studies Biology
Government Yoruba Language
Civic Office Practice
Basic Electronics Financial Accounting
Further Mathematics Creative Arts
Technical Drawing Commerce
ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATION PROCEDURES: The school operates the Continuous Assessment System. Assessment scores are based on assignments and written test. These accounts for 40% of the overall assessment. The examination is based on what the students have learnt during the session and this accounts for 60% of the overall assessment for each subject. The school policy stipulates that every child should score nothing less than 50% overall at Junior Secondary Level, while the Senior students should pass six relevant subjects at credit levels including English and Mathematics before such a child can be promoted to the next class.
CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Our schools have strong affinity for co-curricular activities which are stimulating and helpful to the academic, intellectual and social well-being of the child. New skills are encouraged through cultural societies and clubs such as: Jets Club, Press Club, Young Farmers Club, French Club, Home Makers Club, Health Club, Arts & Music Club, Egbe Akeeko Yoruba/Cultural Club, Literary & Debating Society, etc.