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Graceland - educating the total man



The school is managed by a team of professionals and has approval from both the State, Federal Government and British Council to write Junior School Certificate Examination and both National Examination Council (NECO) and West African Examination Council (WAEC) and International General Certificate School Examination (IGCSE).

Academic system

The Academic System is divided into two modules: Junior and Senior Secondary School. The Junior Secondary School is made up of students from JSS 1 to JSS 3 between the ages of 10 – 13 years. Students in this category offer subjects like,

  • Mathematics
  • Integrated English Language
  • Basic Science
  • Business Studies
  • Social Studies
  • Christian Religious Studies
  • Creative & Cultural Arts
  • Basic Technology
  • Computer Studies
  • Agricultural Science
  • Home Economics
  • French
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Civic Education
  • Cultural and Creative Arts

This is to enable them chose their career path at the senior school level. The Senior School Students have a choice to specialize in any of the three major areas of study offered, namely,

However, despite their area of specialization, they have a list of Compulsory subjects:

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Economics

Other subjects are

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Geography
  • Further Mathematics
  • Technical Drawing
  • Agricultural Science
  • Financial Accounting
  • Government
  • Christian Religious Studies
  • History
  • French
  • Literature-in-English
  • Commerce
  • Foods and Nutrition

A student spends three years in the Junior Secondary School and three years in the Senior Secondary School and sits for the Senior School Certificate Examinations in the final year (WAEC & NECO).


The school operates a wide range of curriculum, national and international. The national curriculum, British IGCSE and SAT curricula are operation in the school academic system.


There are various departments in the school namely;

  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Science
  • Vocational
  • Social Sciences
  • Mathematics & Computer Science
Grading System

The grading system for both Junior and Senior Schools are different. The Junior School is graded according to NECO standard

  • 0 – 49 – Fail (F)
  • 50 – 59 – P
  • 60 – 79 – C
  • 80 – 100 – A

while the Senior School is graded according to the West African Examinations Council prescription.

  • 0 – 39 – F9
  • 40 – 44 – E8
  • 45 – 49 – D7
  • 50 – 54 – C6
  • 55 – 59 – C5
  • 60 – 64 – C4
  • 65 – 69 – B3
  • 70 – 74 – B2
  • 75 – 100 – A1
Co-Curricular Activities

The School recognizes the fact that for students to properly fit into the society they need sound training not only in the academic but also in social activities. A good number of clubs exist in Graceland International School. They include:
1. Computer Club
2. Junior Engineers, Technologists and Scientists (JETS) Club.
3. Literary/Debate Club
4. Mathematics Club
5. Press Club
6. French Club
7. Music Club
8. Red Cross Society Club
9. Road Safety Cadet Club
10. Talking Fingers Club
11. Sustainable Development Club.





Graceland International School specializes in producing individuals of international repute. To this end, the curriculum of GIS is structured to prepare students for global success.

Both teachers and students work as a team to ensure that students achieve their full potential. We inspire our students to become excellent individuals who enjoy life and contribute to the lives of others. With our state of the art hostels, classes and more, our students feel at home, though, away from home.

We are:

  • Committed to our work
  • Industrious to the core
  • Excelling in all areas
  • Disciplined in and out
Pastoral Care

Why Choose Graceland?

Graceland International School aims at inspiring her students to:

  • Discover and realize their full academic, sporting, artistic and personal potentials.
  • Become well rounded young men and women who enjoy life and contribute to the lives of others.
  • Become leaders, learn how to think for themselves, cooperate, solve problems, make decisions and communicate effectively.
  • Respect others, be open minded, tolerant, principled and honest.

All students are encouraged to take an active part in the life of the school, participating in sporting, academic and national events. Students are encouraged to take responsibilities for their actions, and to behave in a mature and sensible way at all times, both in the school and outside the school.

As part of our mission, the spiritual welfare of our students is given serious attention. There are weekly programmes for them, which include the Monday Bible Study, Thursday Revival Service and Sunday Worship Services. Special programmes are held for them whenever the need arises. And especially during the last week of every term.


Open Day

It is our belief that Parents and Teachers are partners in student’s progress. Hence, every half term, on the Saturday preceding the mid-term break, we observe our Parents Open Day. This affords parents the opportunity to see the progress made by their children. It also allows them to meet with their children’s teachers; find out the level of improvement, and what could be done to help the children.

Why Study Here?

The school is established to provide qualitative education based on sound Christian principles. These principles are carefully integrated to guide the students and make them useful to themselves, families, local communities, the country and the globe.

“Our mission is to provide the change needed for a positive transformation of the world around us. We purpose to educate and inform the mind academically while transforming the heart with the gift of salvation. We therefore seek to make the gospel of salvation through the new birth experience known to the students and encourage them to meet God’s requirements for good living through His word”.

The students of Graceland International School are famous for excelling at various levels of academic and non-academic competitions; both locally and internationally.