Nigerian Christian Institute

Nigerian Christian Institute 30 IBB Way Uyo Akwa-Ibom State Nigeria
Curriculum
Nigerian / British Curriculum
Academic Year
2021/2022 Academic Session
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About Us

 The Nigerian Christian Institute (NCI) is a group of educational institutions established by Obong (Dr.) Okon Effiong Mkpong to provide quality Christian education in the South-South region of Nigeria. The journey to the NCI began in January 1982, on the foundation of the School of Preaching, which was initially situated at 123 Ikot Ekpene Road, Uyo.

          In January 1988, the Secondary School was approved and started operations with less than fifty students; and by May 1993, the pioneer SS3 class registered and sat for the May/June West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).

But the NCI secondary school has grown by leaps and bounds since 1988. From its pioneer students, the school boasts a current population of one hundred and fifty staff, who are divided into eight academic departments, six non-academic units and the medical centre: the Departments of English and Arts, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Social Sciences, Home Economics, Technical Education, Religious Studies and Business Studies; and Accounts, Tailoring, Library, Transport, Security and Cooking Units; respectively.

On infrastructure, The NCI secondary school began with a single building, the Francis Carson/Marvin Jones Administrative Block, a three-storey building constructed between June 1987 and December 1988. However, the campus has grown from a single building to over twenty-two buildings, more than half of which are multi-storey, situated on a ten-hectare purpose built campus.

Programs Offered
Secondary Education
Admission Requirements

Admission into Nigerian Christian Institute (NCI) is through competitive entrance examinations from April - August for the next academic session. Prospective students in JS1, JS2 & SS1 are admitted in September every year. Parents are required to pay a non-refundable entrance fee of Five Thousand Naira Only (N5, 000) for the examination.

Note: Submit completed form(s) with two colour passport photo.

Prospective JS1 students should not be less than 10 years old by October of the year of admission

Fees are paid directly into the schools account using a teller designated for this purpose. Receipts are issued out by the school upon the deposit of the teller.

Parents with 3 or more children (must be siblings) will be given 30% discount. Discounts could also be given based on special needs and conditions.

Academic scholarships and prizes are awarded to students with outstanding results after the first session. 

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Nigerian Christian Institute 30 IBB Way Uyo Akwa-Ibom State Nigeria
Akwa Ibom
Nigeria

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