School Assembly
Students in each year are divided into four class sections labelled A though D. A class teacher is attached to each section and remains with it for at least one academic session. There are two opportunities for class teachers to meet formally with their students on a weekly basis:

1. Daily, during registration
2. Weekly, Guidance lessons.

Class teachers are responsible for the pastoral care of all the students in their class and try as much as possible to get a true portrait of each student to enable them to make useful reports to the Principal and their parents. They constantly monitor the behaviour and work of each student and try to see that their classes obey the rules and regimen of the college.

Subject teachers are divided into faculties, each supervised by a head of faculty. The heads of faculties organise regular faculty meetings and also meet with the Principal as a group and on an individual basis.

To buttress experiences acquired in the academic area, the school observes extracurricular activities in three (3) days within the working week.

These are:
• Club and societies (Mondays 2:40pm-3:30pm).
• Chapel time (Wednesdays 2:00pm-2:40pm).
• Labour time (Fridays 2:00pm-2:40pm)
No one; staff and students, is expected to exclude him or herself from participating in the activities enumerated above except on ground sanctioned by the school management.