At Merosa Academy-High School, we believe in providing opportunities for all our students as well as setting ambitious and challenging targets for them and also by working with them and their parents to meet these targets or exceed them. Our curriculum seeks to highlight classroom practices and procedures that promote maximum quality teaching and learning.
Scheme of Work / Curriculum Overview
Our scheme of work is drawn from the approved scheme by the Education Resource Centre (ERC), Abuja in line with the curriculum by the National Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) and the updated syllabi by the West African Examination Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council (NECO).
Not limiting our students to local curriculum alone, we are continually developing our curriculum provision map so that it merges the Nigerian and British curricula into one comprehensive programme of learning. Not only that, students of Merosa Academy High School will be able to sit for other international examinations like: SAT, IELTS, IGCSE, etc., and National examinations like BECE, WAEC, NECO, JAMB, etc., before their graduation from the school.
Classroom and Laboratory Organisation’s At Merosa Academy High School
Our classrooms and laboratories are organised in such a way that the learning needs of individual learners are catered for; from the interactive whiteboards to the displays in the classrooms which also help to develop the skills and abilities of each learner to their full potentials.
The composition of our lessons follows the guidelines and contents stipulated by the Education Resource Centre (ERC). However, we make our lessons unique and dynamic through the use of technology (interactive whiteboards and the internet) models and practical sessions.