The best learning methods

At Christ Ambassadors' College, we employ the best learning methods,materials and staff to ensure we give our students the best education and foundation a child can get. The outcome so far has been encouraging.

Vision

To create a school that is renowned for excellent education. Raising godly students who go on to become exceptional leaders of the future

Mission

To groom students that are morally and academically competent by providing:


  • A nurturing environment that enhances excellence.

  • Efficient, qualified staff

  • Up-to-date technology and infrastructure

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JAMB approves 160 as cut-off mark for 2019 admission

The 19th Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria has approved 160 and above...
12-Jun-2019, @Instablognja

JAMB approves 160 as cut-off mark for 2019 admission

The 19th Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria has approved 160 and above as the national minimum cutoff mark for admission into state and federal Universities for the year 2019.


The decision was taken at a meeting held at Bola Babalakin Auditorium, Gbongan, Osun State today Tuesday June 11th. It was also agreed that the minimum UTME score for admission into private Universities should be 140.


120 UTME score was approved for polytechnics while 110 score was approved as the least score for admission into private polytechnic.

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JAMB begins sales of UTME forms Jan 10, bans cybercafés

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board has said that it will commence sale of the Unified Ter...
22-Dec-2018, punch

JAMB begins sales of UTME forms Jan 10, bans cybercafés

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board has said that it will commence sale of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination form to candidates on January 10, 2019.

This was made known during a meeting between JAMB and Computer Based Test centres at the University of Lagos, on Thursday, where the Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, also said the registration for the UTME would no longer be done at cybercafés but at accredited CBT centres.


Oloyede stated that limiting of registration of candidates to only approved CBT centres was to end extortion of candidates, mixing up of pupils’ data, malpractice, as well as for monitoring purposes.

He said, “Cybercafés overcharge pupils and mix up data which makes pupils suffer. They also do services they don’t have the capacity to do. All these, coupled with the fact that there is no way of tracking them because they were not registered, we have limited registration to CBT centres that can be monitored. “From now on, all essential services; creation of candidate profile, uploading WAEC and NECO results, collating biometric details, would be done at CBT centres. To reduce the incidence of data mix up prospective candidates will verify their data by fingerprint before it is submitted and printed out.”

The registrar, however, advised CBT proprietors and managers to maintain the highest standards as he threatened to weed out non performers. “Even as essential services are restricted to you, you have to look beyond the revenue and deliver quality service because you will be constantly monitored. Even as 80 per cent of CBT centres performed well in 2018. We have eliminated those that didn’t do well. Fifty centres were sanctioned for registration infractions and against 2019, we have 718 accredited CBT centres which will help in spreading digital literacy,” he said.

Oloyede added that the sale of registration forms would span six weeks, as he gave the assurance that the general elections would not affect UTME because the board had adjusted its examination schedule ahead of the election. He also said the registration portal would make provision for deaf candidates so they can be well attended to in their respective centres.

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breaking: federal government slashes jamb and neco fees

The Federal Government on Wednesday announced drastic reduction in the cost of the Joint Admission a...
29-Nov-2018, vanguard

breaking: federal government slashes jamb and neco fees

The Federal Government on Wednesday announced drastic reduction in the cost of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB and National Examination Council, NECO, registration and examination fees.
Applicants under the new arrangement will pay N3,500 as JAMB examination fees against the previous fees N5,000, N9,850 for Senior Secondary Certificate examination SSCE, which is handled by NECO from the current N11,350 being paid and N4,000 instead of N5,500 for Basic Education Certificate which is also handled by NECO.
The new reductions were announced by the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu while briefing State House correspondents after the Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting presided over by the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
FEC also approved N14.7 billion, to be funded by the contractor, for new Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, travel certificates.
The new certificate will now carry security features like the picture and fingerprints of the holder. The Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Danbazzau said the current certificate has no security features and could be easily forged by anybody. Noting that the new project is for the security of the Nigerian borders, he said that the agreement for the contract would be signed at a later date. He said that the contract is for ten years and that 13 million cards will be produced within the period.
The Minister of State for Power, Works and Housing, Suleiman Hassan said that N3.4 billion was approved for furnishing of three Federal Secretariat complex in Anambra, Zamfara and Bayelsa states and N331. 2 billion for rehabilitation of some bridges in the north east.

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federal government slashes jamb and neco fees

The Federal Government on Wednesday announced drastic reduction in the cost of the Joint Admission a...
29-Nov-2018, vanguard

federal government slashes jamb and neco fees

The Federal Government on Wednesday announced drastic reduction in the cost of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB and National Examination Council, NECO, registration and examination fees.

Applicants under the new arrangement will pay N3,500 as JAMB examination fees against the previous fees N5,000, N9,850 for Senior Secondary Certificate examination SSCE, which is handled by NECO from the current N11,350 being paid and N4,000 instead of N5,500 for Basic Education Certificate which is also handled by NECO.

The new reductions were announced by the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu while briefing State House correspondents after the Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting presided over by the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

FEC also approved N14.7 billion, to be funded by the contractor, for new Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, travel certificates.

The new certificate will now carry security features like the picture and fingerprints of the holder. The Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Danbazzau said the current certificate has no security features and could be easily forged by anybody. Noting that the new project is for the security of the Nigerian borders, he said that the agreement for the contract would be signed at a later date. He said that the contract is for ten years and that 13 million cards will be produced within the period.

The Minister of State for Power, Works and Housing, Suleiman Hassan said that N3.4 billion was approved for furnishing of three Federal Secretariat complex in Anambra, Zamfara and Bayelsa states and N331. 2 billion for rehabilitation of some bridges in the north east.

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Upcoming events

Nov

14

A general P.T.A meeting has been organised to discuss certain school functions between the school manager, principal and P.T.A executives. Outcome of meeting will be discussed in the news.

Nov

29

Team from old students association (2011 set) and SUPERIA networks will be coming to give the school an orientation on the new site/School management system.

Dec

07

A Christmas tradition practiced all over the world by Christians. It has become mandatory for our institution as a Christian institution to practice Christmas carol. It comes with so many fun filled activities bringing Life, Happiness and Union.

Dec

21

A day to mark the end of first term 2018/2019 session. Holiday begins after results have been issued to the students.

Management

evang. m. owojaiye

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dr tosin akinpeloye

school manager

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mr alonge gabriel

vice principal admin

mr edward james

vice principal academics 1

mr celestine idodo

vice principal academics 2

mr ekundayo o paul

exam officer

Mrs tosan umoru

hostel administrator

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PROSPECTUS

FORWARD

I am grateful to God for the privilege of working with this vision. It gives me great joy to contribute to the development of the education of children in this generation. Education, (a sound education and inbuilt moral values) is an asset to the individual concerned and to the different kind of people and places he/she affects.

There is a social context in which that education is rendered with its uniqueness and goals. Education is an enlightening process and portrays the relevant knowledge and information mastered by the student.

This is why a prospectus of detailed information is very apt for the student. It is with pleasure therefore that we are releasing the prospectus of Christ Ambassadors' College. It contains the history,faculties and facilities we have as well as other relevant information,rules and regulations of the school. We hope that both students and parents will find this prospectus enlightening and useful.

You are welcomed to Christ Ambassadors' College


HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Christ Ambassadors' College Is a Christian institution established on January 28th 1991.It offers sound educational services at Junior and senior secondary school levels. Student population has grown from 16 students in 1991 to roughly 2800 by the year 2012. By the grace of God, we can boast of qualified staff who over the years have relentlessly put in their services to earn us wonderful results in JSSCE and SSCE exams.

The mercy and favour of God have seen us through from a single 6 rooms structure to a multi-facility structures presently on 6 closely related premises with a nursery,primary section and boarding facilities for boys and girls.

The school is a co-educational institution. It runs one session of 3 terms annually. from September to July.


AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The goal of Christ Ambassadors' College is to provide excellent secular education within a Christian framework. In specific terms, the school aims and objectives include:

  1. To raise students who will stand their grounds in the field of academic pursuit within and outside this country.
  2. It is desired that our candidates will acquire and uphold spiritual and moral virtues that will make them excellent citizens of heaven and our great country Nigeria.
  3. We desire that the calibre of students and services we render will contribute to the educational improvement of Northern States of Nigeria as well as all other parts of the nation and beyond.

SCHOOL MOTTO

Our Motto is "excellency and integrity"

We strive for excellence with a sound moral foundation of integrity and discipline. Our students are trained to work hard and put in their best, not expecting or accepting any illegal assistance to pass their exams.


ADMISSIONS POLICY

The school runs both the junior secondary school and the senior secondary school section


THE JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

Admission into JSS1 is open to all primary school leavers who must appear and sit for a common entrance examination conducted in the school. The subjects assessed are: English, Verbal attitude, mathematics, quantitative reasoning and general knowledge. Students who pass are to report for a selection interview. Age of admission is 10 years except in highly exceptional cases. Successful candidates must bring a photocopied payment receipt and admission letter to the registration post before placement in class.


THE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

Admission into the senior secondary school is open to all students of the school who have completed their junior secondary school and successfully sat for and passed the JSS3 mock exams and JSSSCE examination. Requirements for registration into the SS class also includes a completed guidance and councelling subject's selection form


TRANSFER STUDENTS

Admission is equally open to students wishing to join the school in any classes from JSS2 to SS2. Requirement for this includes a testimonial from school(s) attended and a comprehensive academic report. In adition to these, the prospective student will write transfer examinations, if successful, he/she will be subjected to an interview before being admitted.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES/ STUDENTS' EVALUATION

The academic activities of the school are structured into different departments. All academic programmes are under the vice principal academics.

Presently, there are 6 academic departments in the school curriculum: Mathematics, Science and technology, Humanities, Commercial, Language, Computer department.


SUBJECTS OFFERED

The school curriculum is divided into 2: The Junior secondary and the senior secondary school respectively

In the Junior secondary school, the following subjects are offered leading students to the Junior secondary school certificate examination (JSCE).


CORE

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Agricultural Science
  • Basic Science
  • Social Studies
  • French
  • C.R.S.
  • Basic Technology
  • Hausa
  • Computer studies
  • Civic education

ELECTIVES

  • Fine Arts
  • Home Economics
  • Business Studies
  • Physical, Health Edu

While in the senior secondary school, the following subjects are offered leading students to the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination under West African Senior Examination Council (WASCE) and National Examination Council (NECO).


CORE SUBJECTS

Science

  • Maths
  • English
  • Further Maths
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Health Science
  • Computer Science
  • Civic education

Arts

  • Maths
  • English
  • Govt.
  • Economics
  • Biology
  • C.R.S
  • Computer Sci.
  • Literature

Commercial

  • Maths
  • English
  • Account
  • Economics
  • Commerce
  • Computer Sci.
  • Geography
  • C.R.S
  • Civic Edu

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

Science

  • Geography
  • Tech. Drawing
  • French
  • Food Nutrition

Arts

  • Health Sci.
  • Fine Arts
  • French

NOTE: In the junior secondary school, the students study all subjects as listed above though some are electives, while in the senior secondary, students are expected to study a minimum of 8 subjects and a maximum of 9 subjects made up of CORE subjects and ELECTIVE subjects.


ARRANGEMENT FOR ASSEMBLY

The secondary school consists of two sections, that is the junior and the senior secondary sections respectively. The arrangement for the assembly is thus:


Day

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

Type of assembly

  • General assembly
  • Year group assembly
  • Year group assembly
  • Year group assembly
  • General assembly

Each assembly begins at 7:30am and ends at 7:55am


DAILY SCHOOL ROUTINE

Days

  • Mon-thu

Time

  • 7:30-7:55am
  • 7:55-8:00am
  • 8:00-10:40am
  • 10:40-11:00am
  • 11:00-01:30pm
  • 01:30-02:10pm
  • 02:10-04:00pm

Activities

  • Assembly
  • Get set
  • Classes
  • Short break
  • Classes
  • Long break
  • Lessons

Days

  • Fridays

Time

  • 7:30-7:55am
  • 7:55-8:00am
  • 8:00-10:00am
  • 10:00-10:05am
  • 10:05-11:00am
  • 11:00-01:30pm

Activities

  • Assembly
  • Get set
  • Classes
  • Short break
  • Fellowship
  • Classes

GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVICES

The school renders guidance and counselling services to all students and staff. This is headed by a guidance counsellor. Professional help is given to students to resolve conflict arising from personal, educational and vocational problems. The school is greatly concerned in helping the students gain insight and understanding themselves in relation to present and future environment so that decisions and choices made would lead to more satisfying and rewarding experiences. The school also renders other guidance services like placement of students, follow ups and referral services as well as orientation services. The school organises seminars and workshops for the benefits of both teachers and students by inviting resource persons from within and outside the school who are specialised with the different topics to be treated.


EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

CLUBS AND SOCIETIES

The existence of clubs and societies in the school compliments and enhances academic learning among the students. The school therefore has some functional clubs and societies whose activities, the school not only encourages but supports with financial grants.

Due to the importance attached to clubs and societies, the school authority has set aside Wednesdays for general meeting of clubs in the afternoon after normal school hours.

Each club is under the oversight of staff as patrons. All clubs and societies must be registered and recognised by the principal through the head of extra-curricular activities who also monitors their activities.


The functioning clubs in the school includes

  1. Electrical/ Electronics
  2. Engineering club
  3. Environmental/Tourism
  4. Creative Art club
  5. Farmers' club
  6. The Homemakers' club
  7. Press/Printing club
  8. Music club
  9. Information tech.(ICT)
  10. Missionary Club
  11. Sports club
  12. Business club
  13. Drama/Literature club
  14. French club
  15. HIV/AIDS,Drug abuse prevention

SPORTS AND GAMES

The school has considered this as an integrated part of the school activities. It is headed by the games master. Facilities such as football, basketball, table tennis, volleyball and hand ball are available. Additional facilities and activities will be provided as the school acquires more.


The school has been participating in invitational sports/games such as football matches,annual inter-house athletics competitions organised by sister schools.


EVALUATION OF STUDENTS

The central point of all academic activities is in the area of evaluation which attempts a largely true assessment of the student to determine what they have learnt. This part of assessment is the cognitive domain test which consists of two continuous assessment tests, class works, assignments, projects and end of term or end of session examinations. The school operates a promotion exams policy which ensures that a student will be promoted to the next class only on passing a required minimum number of subjects at the end of the session which is determined by the school's academic council.


Students at the JSS level are promoted with 6 credits including English and Mathematics, while at the SS, it is 5 credits including English and Mathematics


GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

Like any other institutions, there must be rules and regulations to guide and regulate the behaviour and conduct of it's members, for the smooth running of the school and orderliness, therefore, the following rules and regulations must be observed.


PUNCTUALITY AND ATTENDANCE

  1. All students must be punctual to school and other activities. School resumes 7:30am. Any student that reports after 8:30am will be sent home.
  2. No student should come late to the class after the break time.
  3. If any student absents himself from class or school. That student must send or produce evidence stating his/her reasons.
  4. All students must stand up and greet when a teacher or student enters the classroom.

STUDENT-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP

  1. Students must not form any association except with the approval of the school management. If found,student will be suspended or expelled as the case may be.
  2. Male and Female student must not get into un-Holly relationships (befriending one another), where this is confirmed, the students will be sent on two weeks suspension.
  3. Students involved in any sex scandal will be epelled.
  4. Junior students are to respect their seniors. If a junior student is rude to a senior, he/she will be punished by a staff. The junior will be given 4 strokes of the cane then be made to apologise to the senior student.
  5. A student must not bully a fellow student, where this takes place, the bully will be given 6 strokes of the cane at the assembly. The same punishment will be given to students who forcefully take other students' belongings.
  6. No physical fighting between the students inside or outside of the school premises. The guilty person or both will be given 12 strokes of cane at the assembly and be made to wash toilets.
  7. No student must be in possession of any weapon around the school premises. If found, such student will be dismissed.

STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIP

The relationship between a teacher and a student must not be beyond the acceptable (strictly academic).

  1. No teacher should enter into relationship with any student. Where this is confirmed, the teacher's appointment will be terminated and the student will be expelled from the school.
  2. No student should visit any teacher on the opposite sex for any reason whatever. where this is confirmed, both will be punished.
  3. Any student that insults a teacher will be given 6 strokes of the cane by the vice principal. The student will be made to apologise to the teacher.
  4. Any student who physically assaults a member of staff will be expelled.

CONDUCT WITHIN SCHOOL PREMISES

  1. Any student caught outside the school premises without permission of a staff will be made to sit on the wall for an hour.
  2. No prefect has the right to issue permission to students to leave the school for any reason.
  3. Any student caught loitering round the compound or corridors will be given 3 strokes of the cane.
  4. Any student caught purchasing during class hours shall be given 3 strokes of the cane. and items purchased will be seized.
  5. Any student caught defacing the wall shall be fined 20L of paint.
  6. Any student caught damaging school property shall be made to replace it.
  7. Students are not allowed to bear nicknames. If this happens, the bearer of the name and the callers shall be made to wash toilets for two weeks.
  8. Any student caught jumping over walls or windows shall be fined 2,000 Naira.
  9. The following items are prohibited within and outside the school as long as the student remains a student of Christ Ambassadors' College.
  10. (a). Tobacco e.g cigarette.
    (b). Hard drugs e.g Indian hemp, Cocaine and others
    (c). Alcoholic drinks
    (d). Make-up kit.
    (e). Electronic appliances

    For items A-C, the student will be expelled from the school. Item D will be destroyed. Item E will be confiscated till graduation and the student will receive 6 strokes of the cane. A fine of 2,000 Naira will be paid before collecting the item.


UNIFORM AND DRESSING

  1. All students must dress properly and decently. All uniforms must be bought from the school
  2. If any student is caught distorting the uniform, he/she will be made to purchase another one and the distorted uniform will be confiscated
  3. Senior girls are to wear a light-blue long sleeve shirt and a deep blue skirt e front with 3 pleats on each side of the front and the back.
  4. Junior girls are to wear a light-blue short sleeve shirt and deep blue skirt sleeve.
  5. Senior boys are to put on a light blue long sleeve shirt and deep blue trousers.
  6. Junior boys are to put on a light blue short sleeve shirt and deep blue shorts.
  7. No students are allowed to perm their hair. all girls must have their hair well plaited or well combed low-cut. Decorations, attachments or weave-ons are not allowed on the hair. If found, they will be cut. and decorations will be confiscated.
  8. No article should be worn around the neck, finger and the ankle etc. such items will be confiscated.
  9. Boys must always keep low-cut. No relaxing or hair and no punk style shaving. any of these will be shaved off.
  10. All students are to put on black or brown sandals, Black loafers and cortina shoes are allowed with white or black socks. Other cover-shoes and slippers will be confiscated if found on any student.
  11. Only prefects are allowed to put on yellow long sleeve shirts.


EXAM MALPRACTICE

This is a serious offence in the school

  1. Any form of exam malpractice where a teacher is involved, the teacher's appointment will be terminated The student involved will receive 12 strokes of cane and proceed on 2 weeks suspension. The student will be made to pay for make-up exams.
  2. Any student caught during an exam copying from paper or any source will have his paper replaced with a new one without extension of time. Meanwhile 12 strokes of cane awaits the student after the exam. For external exams like WAEC,NECO and JSSCE, exam malpractice attracts 21 years imprisonment by law.
  3. In the case of two students copying from each other, their papers will be replaced with fresh ones without extension of time.

HOSTEL REQUIREMENTS

  1. Blanket
  2. 2 pairs of uniform (available in hostel)
  3. Games wears (from the school)
  4. Sunday wear (available in the hostel)
  5. Blue sweater
  6. Blue beret for girls
  7. Black or brown belts for boys
  8. 2 pairs of hostel wears
  9. Blouse for senior (available in hostel)
  10. Black or brown sandals
  11. Bed sheets(2 whites and 1 blue)
  12. Pillow and pillow cases
  13. 2 pairs of white socks
  14. 6 spring sized mattress(New)
  15. Bible study outline
  16. School hymn book
  17. School prospectus
  18. Mosquito net
  19. Toiletries/ Underwear
  20. Slippers
  21. Cutleries(table knife, fork and spoon)
  22. 2 flat stainless plates and cup
  23. Iron bucket
  24. Hoe and broom
  25. Provisions and pocket money (not less than 100 Naira)
  26. Exercise books
  27. Text books are very important
  28. One R.S.V Bible
  29. One insecticide(Mobil or Baygon)
  30. School fees receipt
  31. Clearance slip

All the above items mentioned are available at fair prices in the hostel shop. Proceeds are turned back into the hostel

Anything you are not clear with, please contact the hostel manager. Hostel registration is carried out every term. All requirements must be complete before a student is admitted into the hostel.


MEDICAL ASSESSMENT

This involves medical history taking, examination and testing to ascertain the good health or otherwise of the students. It is compulsory for boarding students but optional for day students. The medical services will be in the school premises. The charges for this services are minimal and will be communicated at the school. It is necessitated by the fact that since these children will be in our care, we would need to know how to care for them and keep them from health risks as much as we can.


HOUSE AND HOSTEL FACILITIES

The school has hostel facilities grouped into houses for purpose of games, sports and general administration. There are separate hostel facilities for the JSS1 boys and same for JSS1 girls. There are five houses and each house is headed by a house master/mistress assisted by a number of prefects.


The houses and their colours include:

House

  • Purity
  • Faith
  • Agape
  • Endurance
  • Humility

Colour

  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Purple
  • Blue

HOSTEL RULES AND REGULATIONS

You are welcome to Christ Ambassadors' College and also to the hostel. We wish to inform you about our hostel and our rules so that you can have a hitch-free stay in the hostel. The Bible says "Obey those in authority". By obeying our rules, you are obeying the school authority. Here are our rules. Happy are you, if you obey them.


  1. All of the hostel requirements must be presented before admission into the hostel. All items must be marked preferably with your full name for easy identification. Anything without names will be rejected and no initials will be allowed.
  2. No personal wears are allowed. Anyone seen will be confiscated without return.
  3. Every hosteller must have 2 pairs of uniforms, 2 pairs of house wears and Sunday wears. If these are not complete, you will be sent back.
  4. No student is allowed outside the hostel except for school activities and no student is allowed to travel within or outside Kaduna except with written permission.
  5. No electric appliances are allowed i.e boiling ring, electric iron, mobile phones, radios etc. anyone seen will be confiscated without return.
  6. The colour of school cardigan is blue. Black or white is acceptable in the hostel. Any other colour will not be tolerated.
  7. Students must abide by all hostel timing. i.e. Meal time, prep time, games time, lights out and time to leave hostel for school.
  8. Male students or visitors are not allowed into the female hostels and vice-versa.
  9. No visitor will be allowed to see the students unless on visiting day. Parents should please take note.
  10. No permissions will be given for going home unless on medical grounds. Parents are expected to attend the termly P.T.A meetings which coincides with the visiting day as issues pertaining the children's welfare will be discussed and decisions taken will be binding by them. Any student that goes home without a written exit by the patron, principal or hostel manager will be severely dealt with.
  11. Our Sunday wears are to be bought in the hostel.
  12. Girls should get blue berets for school, white or black head tie for bible studies. Multi-coloured head ties are not allowed. Sunday wears for girls includes a beret.
  13. Only those whose names are on the visitors' card will be allowed to see a child in the hostel.
  14. Before seeing a child, the visitor must see either the patron/matron or the hostel manager. No visitor is allowed into the hostel.
  15. The parent should collect the visitors' card and fill it. Only 3 names are allowed on the visitor's card: The mother, Father and one relative.
  16. Nobody will be allowed to see a child without a visitor's card.
  17. Our visiting day is second Saturday of every month.If a visitor cannot make it on the visiting day, he/she must wait for the next visiting day. Time is 10am, no visitor will be allowed after 6pm. Students cannot go home during visiting and Visitors are not allowed to bring raw food.
  18. Students cannot leave the hostel after 6pm.
  19. Old mattresses and rubber buckets are not acceptable in the hostel.
  20. Students must not buy food outside, this is dangerous to their health. Anyone caught doing so will be severely punished.
  21. All health related complaints must be reported to the hostel managers immediately.
  22. All students must leave hostel for school at 7:20am latest.
  23. Before withdrawing from the hostel, students must notify and get clearance from the hostel management.
  24. Our hostel bed sheet is blue and white.
  25. Anyone found consistently defaulting will be handled after deliberations.
  26. Parents who organise extra-lessons for their Children should do so with the knowledge of the hostel management.

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

There is a functional clinic which is managed by a qualified nurse who cares for ill students during the school hours. They are given immediate first aid treatment. The clinic treats malaria, typhoid fever cases, minor fractures and laceration cases in the school. Students with serious cases are referred to the hospital accompanied by the nurse, prefect or taken home. Students with cases of dehydration and weakness get partial observation for some hours. The clinic has provision for three beds.


In addition to these services, the health care department organises preventive medicine lectures for students on dangers and effects of drug abuse together with all health hazards to enlighten the students.


Vaccines for meningitis are also given to students who are interested.


The health care department also advises the kitchen cooks to give a balanced and well prepared food to the students. They also suggest ways to protect and give clean water to the students because of the many cases of typhoid fever reported. They also extend their services to the inspection of hostels for general cleanliness.


Hostel students also have a nurse and first aid boxes to care for ill students in the hostels.


FEEDING

The junior secondary school has two shops that are operated during the break periods. They all sell drinks,snacks, rice where students and staff buy at affordable prices. The senior section has a shop which is also operated during the break periods. The shops are operated by the cooperative society of the school. The officers of the society register the suppliers of the items, they control, regulate and inspect the items sold in the shops.


The students in the hostel are being taken care of by the hostel. The hostel feeds them in the morning before going for classes, afternoon after classes and in the evening.


DISCIPLINE

The school has a disciplinary committee headed by the disciplinary committee chairman and seven other members. The committee as the name implies takes care of disciplinary cases amongst students like misconduct,rioting and any other cases involving students. They also advice the school authority from time to time on sensitive matters for necessary actions.


PARENTS'/TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION (P.T.A.)

The PTA is a very important association in the school. This association has been very effective in discharging it's responsibilities. It has stood by the school management through thick and thin. in order to see that the school soars in her standard of education. It has also helped the school to surmount some difficult needs.


Since it's inception in 1992, the association has undertaken so many projects in the school. These include fixing of ceiling fans in all secondary classes, building a hall at the annex and plastering of the female hostel. It has also donated money for various projects, some of which are equipping of the school library and laboratory, buying prizes for the best mathematics students in all classes. A cassette player is usually given to the best students in mathematics in SS3. After the religious crisis of year 2000, the PTA played a great role to see that the burnt structures were renovated. The teaching and non-teaching staff of the school are not left out in the PTA GOODIES. In 1997, the PTA executives on behalf of the house agreed to give the school staff some bonus at the end of every year. This has gone a long way to boost the moral of teachers. More Grace to the PTA.





COMMITTEES/BOARDS

Different committees exist in the school. These committees have different functions and are approved by the school.


THE MANAGEMENT BOARD/BOARD OF GOVERNORS

This is the highest ruling body of the school. Vital decisions cannot be taken without this board. On the overall administration of the school, the board makes policies and take decisions. It is also responsible for the promotion of staff and termination of teaching staff appointment. It deliberates on teacher's discipline and suggests appropriate measures for solving the problem. Disciplinary matters concerning students and issues affecting the school such as demonstrations, rioting, arson, immorality, land disputes between school and neighbours are also handled by the board. It is also responsible for general school management, students and public relations.


Members

  • Prof. S. Amoni
  • Prof. (Mrs.) C. Ajakaiye
  • Brig. Gen. S.K. Oni
  • Mrs. Z. Aladale
  • Barrister Ijeoma
  • Mrs. H.H. Kujiyat

THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL

All academic activities emanate from the academic council. This committee draws up the co-curriculum and all academic activities of the school termly including the conduct of examinations. Reports from various heads of departments are considered. The reports could be problems,needs,achievements and it gives directives or advice on what each department should do.


Suggestions are given by this committee on the modalities for the placement of students into their various classes according to the subjects passed.


Above all, the committee gives advice on the academic situation of the school especially on the ways to improve.


Members

Title

  • School manager
  • Principal
  • Vice principal(Admin)
  • Vice Principal(Academics)
  • All head of departments as members
  • Guidance counsellor as member

Post

  • Overseer
  • Chairman
  • Member
  • Member
  • Member
  • Member

TIME TABLE COMMITTEE

It comprises three members of staff with the vice principal admin as the head. It is responsible for drawing the school timetable for every session.


PREFECT SELECTION COMMITTEE

There is no school without prefects. Christ Ambassadors' College does not just hand-pick her prefects. The committee sees to the effective selection of qualified students to fill the various posts. This committee is headed by a vice principal admin, and a secretary. Other members are form teachers, subject teachers of SS2 classes, and hostel maagement.


SPOT CHECKING COMMITTEE

This committee is responsible for proper dressing by students. Students who are not well dressed are punished. The members of this committee are three teaching staff. The form teachers work hand in hand with the members.


SCHOOL LOCATION

The school address is 29, Juji road, Sabon Tasha, Off Kachia road that leads to NNPC Kaduna refinery. The same road leads to Government Day College Sabon Tasha and NITEL quaters.


SCHOOL DIARY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS


DATEEVENTREMARKS
29/01/1991 Christ Ambassadors' college was opened with 16 students and 6 teachers
18/09/1991 First speech and price giving ceremony
10/10/1994 The new extension was opened and 7 arms of JSS2 moved down with their teachers.
20/01/1995 Visit of inspectors from Kaduna state ministry of education Inspectorate division for the purpose of recommendation to WAEC for accreditation. The College was recommended at the end of the exercise.
30/01/1995 JSS1 students moved to the annex section of the college to make more room for the SS students
11/02/95 First Inter-house sports competition
/1995 First set of 36 students who registered for their SSCE finished their exams.
14/06/1995 School received report of the general inspection due in January for recommendation to WAEC for recognition by Kaduna State Inspectors.
10/07/1995 Two American missionary ladies from CEF visited the college and shared the simple gospel with the students. Many students made a decision for Christ.
26/07/1995 WAEC inspectors visited the college for a confirmation inspection towards WAEC apporval.
22/09/1995 News of WAEC approval was received
9/10/1995 Meeting of the Kaduna State military administration with members of Kaduna state association of private schools. The then principal Mrs H.H Kujiyat was in attendance
10/01/1995 Results of the first set of WAEC candidates reached the school.
03/02/1996 Second annual inter-house sports held at Govt. Day Secondary school Sabo.
06/02/1996 First meeting of the Christ Ambassadors' Christian Union (CACU) was held.
21/02/1996 Visit of members of AIDS foundation to lecture youths against AIDS.
04/03/1996 Two federal inspectors visited the college on an advisory capacity.
30/11/1996 Third annual inter-house sports day
29/11/1996 Fourth annual inter-house sports day
12/02/1998 The Kaduna State task force on education (private schools) visited the school and sealed up the annex section. The school was to meet some structural requirements
24/02/1998 Ministry of education approved the reopening of the annex section of the school
25/05/1998 Dedication of the new school hall.
01/07/1999 Book foundation Jos held a mobile book fair and exhibition with a workshop for teachers on "failure and success in getting students to read".
2/01/2000 Fifth inter-house sports competition held at Ahmadu Bello Stadium.
21/02/200 Christ Ambassadors' College main school was attacked and burnt down as a result of the religious riot in Kaduna.
11/10/2000 Mirinda awarded prizes to 3 best students in each class. Seminar for students only
12/10/2000 Contact Marketing Services Ltd, the official agency of always sanitary towel visited the college.
23/10/2000 A team from BBC came in to film a class on session and had an interview with the principal on Kaduna crisis. They came with a parent whom they are doing a documentary of his life being a crisis/conflict resolutioner.
22/11/2000 10th anniversary celebration chaired by Lt. Gen. Joshua Dogon Yaro Rtd. The cheif guest of honour was Engr. Stephen Shekari, debuty Gov. Kaduna state.
27/01/2001 The R.V Ayida computer centre came on stream as computers were installed and tested.
28/01/2001 Thanks giving service to round up the 10th anniversary celebration with Evan S. Omolehin from Ilorin preaching. 11 members of staff were also given long service awards.
10/02/2001 Our business club members went to the business day quiz competition of St. Joseph's seminary Zaria. They came first in the competition and got the "most well behaved school" award.
17/02/2001 Students attended Literary and debating day of Our Lady of Fatima College and emerged 2nd position in debate, 2nd position in speak out, and 3rd position in quiz.
24/02/2001 Our girl team came second at comprehensive college annual inter-house sports
02/03/2001 Our girl team came second at Betty Queen international schools annual inter-house held at Ahmadu Bello stadium
03/03/2001 Our girl team came 2nd at annual inter-house held at day secondary school sabon tasha. Meanwhile, our team came 2nd at Jets science competition at Jinie secondary school.
22/05/2001 Our team went for a mathematic quiz competition organised by mathematical association of Nigeria S/Tasha zone and took 1st.
22/07/2001 Our student Omofola Olushola came 5th in the year 2001 Awokoya memorial national competition in chemistry conducted in Lagos, Nigeria
03/08/2001 JSS1-JSS2 speech and prize giving day ceremony, Engr. Salifu gave the key note adress/exhortation. Other special guests of honour include: Prof. and Prof. (Mrs.) Ajakaiye and Mrs Adeyemi C.A nursery and primary school's outgoing head mistress.
04/08/2001 Speech and prize giving day for SS3 students. Pastor and Mrs Ajayi were the special guests.
27/09/2001 Women in Technical education and employment (WITED) 2nd national quiz competition saw two of our female students come second.
09/11/2001 Inter-house sports day.
13/11/2001 Fire outbreak in the Junior boys hostel. Cause of fire not known but Glory be to Almighty God. no soul was lost.
24/01/2002 3 SS3 students represented the school in the Awokoya memorial chemistry scholarship competition on the state level. They all won on the state level.
09/03/2002 PTA parents' seminar "The home: a child's foundation for success" Speaker: Evang. Mathew Owojaiye.
21/09/2002 Agric. students attended Agric. Quiz at FCE Zaria.
15/10/2002 The mirinda award ceremony took place. students who came first and second in each year got prizes and the overall best students in JSS nad SSS were also given prizes. Prizes were also won by Choral group who came second in the competition organised by the occassion.
02/11/2002 General PTA meeting. A general election was carried out to select the PTA executives of the college for two years.
14/11/2002 NYSC agrarian club organises an Agric. quiz competition. Achukwu Okechukwu SS3 ScA represented the college in the finals and came second. He was given a wall clock as gift.
21/11/2002 Religious crisis erupts again in Kaduna. Muslims demonstrated against a This day publication and burnt churches, houses and looted properties. There was a counter attack by Christians. students resumed on 25th 11 2002.
12/02/2003 Cowbell maths competition exams at Govt. College Kaduna, 4 students represented the college
19-21/02/2003 5 students attended HIV/AIDS training seminar organised by family resource centre.
29/02/2003 Four students represented the school in annual 2003 Awokoya chemistry competition. Out of 2005 students who participated in the first round of 3, our students were among the first 10. The first 10 students went in for the 2nd round of tests to select those who will represent the state, our students excelled again. These two represented the state in the National competition, the first three were given awards at a dinner party.
08/03/2003 Geography day held at GCSS Kawo, Kaduna. 20 schools took part and our team came 1st in the written quiz and 3rd in the oral quiz.
11/03/2003 Fire outbreak in purple house. The cause of the fire was never detected although it is speculated the fire was caused by students pressing clothes with charcoal iron.
28-30/04/2003 Three days fasting and prayers declared for:
Day 1 - Thanks giving.
Day 2 - Repentance.
Day 3 - Supplications
The school in general, our JSS3 and SSS3 were prayed for during this time.
04/06/2003 Physics week takes off with students visiting Julius Berger site in Abuja.
22/09/2003 National Chemistry competition organised by the chemical society of Nigeria. Twenty-six students came for the competition Oraeke Oliver came second and was given a certificate and 15000 Naira. Umeh Linus came ninth and got a certificate.
17/10/2003 Boys hostel purple house burnt again for the 4th time. We look into God for his deliverance.
15/11/2003 Students of drama and debate club attended competitions at Trinity college and Moeli schools. They came out second in both events.
08/01/2004 Staff meeting, a combined time of fellowship. The meeting was divided into two (JSS & SSS). as a result of administrative decisions during the end of the previous term.
30/01/2004 Inter-house sports competition.
11/02/2004 The Abramic Youth Path Ministry visited the college and spoke to SS1 and SS2 stydents on the topic: Identify your enemies and how to overcome them.
16-20/02/2004 Hon. Commissioner of education, youths and sports volleyball competition took place with our female team coming 3rd. Certificates were given to them and a cash award of 1 000 Naira.
02/03/2004 Snr. students visited FRCN and recorded the programme. "Young mind" featuring songs,debate and discussions to be aired over the radio.
11/03/2004 Result of cowbell maths competition released. Victor Ruwan SS2 cam 3rd in the state and got 5 000 Naira award. Japheth Gado came 1st in the state JSS category and proceeded to Lagos on march 19th for the national competition. He got a cash reward of 15 000 Naira.
16/03/2004 F.C.S in conjunction with book of hope U.S.A. Christian organisation special sung on reaching students through literature materials came for a performance with our boarding students.
18/05/2004 15 students from JSS3,SS1 AND SS2 attended the KADPOLY SIFE TEAM FAIR 2004 at Kaduna Polytechnic.
16/06/2004 Charity aids and drugs abuse prevention club (CADAP) sponsored a seminar on blood group and sickle cell Anaemia by Mr. Nwani Emmanuel of Gold specialist diagnostic services.
17/06/2004 Inter-school quiz organised by CAC extracurricular Dept. Five schools participated with our school coming 3rd place in the competition.
23/06/2004 Always teens programme conducted for JSS1-SS2 girls by procta and gamble company. Makers of Always sanitary pad.
05/07/2004 Seven or 8 students spear-headed the tearing of school Uniforms on themselves and others against their will.
09/07/2004 Hostel organised candle light ceremony for SS3 hostel students. Day students and some area boys invaded the place drinking and smoking. This unruly behaviours caused the school manager to cancel their send forth ceremony scheduled for 10/7/2004.
08/10/2004 UNICEF/Canet Annual Inter-College Nutrition Quiz competition. Our team came 5th out of 21 schools. A small electric cooker was given as their prize which was placed in the food/nutrition lab.
10/11/2004 4th National Bible quiz competition was held. Our school team came 2nd among 9 students in the zone.
30/11/2004 Shaibu Mercy Ojoshogu SS2 won Kaduna state award for the Nigerian stock exchange essay writing competition and got 15 000 Naira shares with zenith bank, certificate and a plague for the school.
19/01/2005 Our team of SS3 participated in the Fedral road safety commission (Kaduna state) schools quiz an debate competition. We came first among seven schools in debate, and we came second in quiz with prize gifts for the students.
28/01/2005 14th anniversary of CAC. This was marked with a 3 days programme for students.
Day 1: - Programme by family alter ministry. Day 2: - Programme by CACU. Day 3: - Thanks giving church service.
07/02/2005 Visit of Task Force College of Inspection from Kaduna State.
10/02/2005 A team of students represented CAC in Jinie school's Literary Day celebration and came 1st in the debate, 2nd in the quiz.
26/02/2005 Geography quiz at GSS Kawo. Our team came 1st out of 20 schools. Gifts were given.
10/03/2005 Three SS1 students took part in the Kaduna Zone competition organised by the chemical society of Nigeria. All three qualified for the state level competition. One came 3rd, another came 7th and the other came 9th.
10/03/2005 Three other SS1 students attended a workshop on violence against women, a peer education project organised by league of democratic women.
12/03/2005 Parents' seminar.
Theme: Christian work and business ethics organised by PTA.
27/04/2005 Fasting and praying programme for SS3 and JSS3 final students.
05/05/2005 Departmental meeting
18-29/05/2005 Inter-class quiz.
SS1 Art - SS1 Art A.
SS1 Sci - SS1 Sci B.
SS2 Art - SS2 Art D.
SS2 Sci - SS2 Sci B.
Wall clocks were given to each class.
08/06/2005 Three maths teachers including HOD Maths attended a maths seminar organised by mathematic Association of Nigeria sponsored by the University press at Sardauna Memorial college U/Dosa Kaduna.
09/06/2005 News of Mrs Reuben O. Ayodele's demise reached the school. Shocking news indeed, God help us. He was our able, God fearing Vice Principal (academics).
07/07/2005 Three students who represented the the school in the National mathematics competitions are winners as follows.
Japheth Gado SS1 came first and to represent Kaduna in Abuja from 28th to 30th June 2005.
PRE-PAMO: Andrew Ogbenjuwa came 8th.
Eromosele Ikepha SS3 came 3rd in the PRE-IMO Results.
2006/2007 The school participated in KSTV Mathematics competition for all secondary schools in Kaduna on the 30/09/2006 and Japheth Gado SS3 represented the school.
10/02/2007 The first hosteller Parents' forum held with the school and hostel managements.
17/02/2007 A team of 3 SS3 students participated in a quiz competition organised by command secondary school and emerged first position with prize of 5 000 Naira and a set of drinking glasses.
21/02/2007 At student: Ruth Baiya SS3 Sci. C came first in Nigerian bottling company's Nigeria conservation foundation essay competition on water, with a prize of a native's encyclopedia and certificate.
20/03/2007 Joshua Ehiozuwa JSS3 came 2nd in the cowbell maths competition (Junior category) for Kaduna state. He was given a certificate, a bag of cowbell milk and 10 000 Naira.
29/05/2007 Democracy day- Handover of government in both the federal and state levels was witnessed in Nigeria.
10/07/2007 Two students: Sadiq Musa Barau SS1 and Adams Stephanie SS2 came 3rd position in the KADPOLY students in free enterprise (SIFE) competition. 3 000 Naira was their prize.
18/09/2007 Japheth Gado SS3 came first in Kaduna state at the chemistry competition organised by the chemical soceity of Nigeria. He represented th state at the National level where he emerged 4th.
12/11/2007 Miss Achile Winifred Maha SS2 Art was short-listed as one of the winning students in the 8th Annual Nigerian stock exchange National essay competition for secondary schools. at Muson center Onikan Lagos and she was among the selected. She came 3rd position in the Annual National Essay competition with 50 000 Naira worth of shares in Access bank.
-/-/2007 Three students: Ojobo Emmanuel SS3 Art B, Olotu Enenche SS3 Sci B and Bala Aquilla of SS3 Sci B attended an open day at Danbo International school where they came 2nd in a quiz competition.
24/11/2007 We had a school club called KADA and a team of KADA students went for a drama and quiz competition organised by Nigerian Corpers' HIV/AIDS awareness campaign. They came 1st in Drama and 3rd in quiz. They were given a cash gift of 4 000 Naira, T-shirts, face-caps and Note-books.
26/06/2008 2 students: David Orji and David Omeruan both in SS2 came 1st and 3rd respectively in the spelling bee competition organised by cal-capro Nigeria limited. The first position got a digital camera, the second got a set of note-books.
01/11/2008 Our students came second in Bible quiz competition organised by Rejoice International (NGO). The prize won is a samsung DVD player.
07/11/2008 Waec supervisors came in to inspect the school laboratories. outcome was good commendations, they advised the school to update some of the equipments.
15/11/2008 Zaria education development association (ZEDA) put forth a competition for the entire education division inspectorate Kaduna state, for which our school represented Sabo zone and came first position through a student: Omoma David SS3 Sci. C.
19/01/2009
19/01/2009 Osawemwenze Isaiah JSS3A participated in the AIT television and project for excellent maths and science quiz competition Kaduna state and came 2nd position with many prizes received.
10/03/2009 The National association of proprietors of private schools (NAPPS) quiz competition, Kaduna chapter, Sabon Tasha zone and our school participated coming first position and represented the zone at the state level.
14/03/2009 The school came first and third positions in 2009 cowbell National mathematics competition which took place in government college Kaduna.
30/05/2009
to 06/06/2009
The junior engineering technicians and scientists organised a competition on Biology, Maths, Physics and Chemistry. The school participated and Monday Francis came first at the state level, He represented the state at the National level where he came 5th position.
27/06/2009 Chemistry society of Nigeria organised a chemistry competition for senior secondary schools in Kaduna state at Govt. college Kaduna. Our school participated and came 1st and 3rd positions. David, also our student participated in a National Chemistry competition and came first. He was awarded scholarship at the University for his first semester.
-/-/2010 Cowbell competition, The school through James Okeke of SS2 Sci.A came 3rd. He was awarded with 10 000 Naira, a bag and certificate.
19/05/2010 Mass literacy quiz was organised by mass literacy club of the NYSC Kaduna. Our school participated coming 2nd in the senior category of the spelling bee.
09/07/2011 Our students went to government college Kaduna for science teachers' association of Nigeria's competition for both junior and senior categories. Our school came second position.
11/06/2012 The 2012 NNPC annual national quiz competition took place and our school participated coming 3rd out of 55 schools that participated.

SCHOOL ANTHEM


First

Christ Ambassadors' college
Rise up and shine for Christ.
Excellency and Integrity.
Rise up with no delay.
Ambassadors for Christ,
live for him everyday.
In knowledge, truth and wisdom
Rise up and shine for Christ.


Second

There are foes fierce and wild
With God, we can't but win.
Our Nation may be stained with greed and outright sin
Stay clean and shine for Christ.
The future will be bright.
With God we can't but win.
Stay clean and shine for Christ.

NATIONAL ANTHEM


First

Arise Oh compatriots
Nigeria's call obey.
To serve our father land with love and strength and faith.
The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain.
To serve with heart and might
One Nation bound in freedom, peace and unity.


Second

Oh God of creation,
direct our noble course,
guide our leaders right,
let our youths the truth to know.
In love and honesty to grow and live in just and true.
Great lofty height attain,
To build a nation where peace and Justice shall reign.



THE NATIONAL PLEDGE

I pledge to Nigeria my country to be faithful, loyal and honest, to serve Nigeria with all my strength, to defend her Unity and uphold her honour and glory. So help me God.