It defines the spectrum of experiences a student is exposed to. As such, Adonai Vine School’s curriculum goes synonymous with the specification of the Federal Ministry of Education as enunciated in the National Policy on Education manual.
The college vigorously pursues a learner-centred curriculum carefully woven round a wide array of disciplines which armours the learner towards excelling in domestic and international examinations. Like the west Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), National Examination Council (NECO), Unified Tertiary matriculation Examination (UTME), Teaching of English as a Foreign Language Examination (TOEFL) and SAT. While uncompromisingly maintaining high academic standards, the curriculum embraces slow and challenged learners benevolently to bring them abreast with the expectations of the immediate and wider society.
It offers a wide variety of academic subjects taught by a dedicated and professional staff. The student begins with a broad spectrum of subjects, which becomes more focused as he or she progresses.
In the Middle School Grade 7-9 ( JSS 1-3), we emphasise the basic skills in the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Basic Science, Basic Technology, Social Studies, Agricultural Science, Hausa, French, Christian Religious Studies*, Creative Arts, Physical and Health Education, Home Economics, Computer Studies (Information Technology), Music, Business Studies and Civil Education
In the first year of the High School Grade 10-12 (SSS 1-3), all students do at least eleven subjects in addition to Information Technology until the third term in the second year. Those who do Further Mathematics do twelve subjects amongst these subjects English Language, General Mathematics, biology, Chemistry, Physics,Technical Drawing
Agricultural Science, Economics, Geography, Literature-in-English, Government, Christian Religious Studies, Food and Nutrition, French, Computer Studies, Animal Husbandry, Data Processing, Painting and Decoration, Further Mathematics, Civic Education, Building Construction, fishery. The following table lists subjects offered and possible option groups in the Senior Secondary School:
1. English Language
2. Computer Studies
3. General Mathematics
6. Christian Religious Knowledge*
8. Literature or Geography
9. Agricultural Science or Technical Drawing or Foods & Nutrition
11. Physics or Government
12. Chemistry or Fine Art or History
* Muslim students are not required to take Christian Religious Knowledge.