Temple College is a private co-educational day and boarding sixth form that intensively and cohesively prepares post 16-year olds for entry into universities that are best suited for each student.
We believe in the success of every student and are always driven by our school ethos; to Discover the strength of each student, Develop a strong academic foundation, and ultimately Deploy independent, driven visionaries.
Moving from Year 11 to the Sixth Form can be one of the most exciting and challenging periods in a student’s life. At Temple College, our Sixth Form experience gives careful thought to this transition and enables a much more adult approach to study.
Temple College prides itself on its unique and inclusive curriculum that goes Beyond Education to prepare students for life as independent young adults, university life, career development and leadership.
We believe in the success of every student, and our ethos is to Discover the strength of each student, Develop a strong academic foundation, and ultimately Deploy independent, driven visionaries.
Students take university admissions examinations during secondary school to assess students’ readiness for university level work. These are often taken within the same time frame of the academic pathway preparation examinations. Our well-designed curriculum incorporates these extra courses to enable dual success in upcoming assessments.
Advanced Placement gives students the chance to tackle university-level work while still in secondary school and earn university credit, placement and even scholarships, depending on scores achieved. Students can register for the following subjects:
- English Language and Composition
Nearly all colleges and universities in the United States and Canada — and many institutions in over 100 other countries — grant credit and placement for qualifying AP Exam scores. The College Board The exam administers the exam, and it is usually taken in May.
University of Oxford, UK, accepts Advanced Placement as a sufficient alternative to A-level combined with SAT.
SAT is a university admission test administered by the United States College Board to assess students’ readiness for college. Taking the SAT is required for first-year entry to many, but not all, colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. The exams are taken in October, December, March, and May. The College encourages students to prepare for the October and December exam to meet early or regular admission to a university.
The University of Toronto, Canada requires Senior Year/Grade 12 Diploma in an accredited high school with a high-grade point average and high scores in SAT Reasoning or Redesigned SAT (including Essay).
Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination is administered by the Joint Matriculation Examination Board for prospective undergraduates into Nigerian universities. The curriculum is in line with the WAEC pathway but requires more depth of knowledge. Students interested in Nigerian universities are registered for the exam and are thus adequately prepared for the rigorous examination, which is usually held in March/April.
Current Temple Secondary school students automatically progress through to the College. However, all students interested in joining Temple College Sixth Form should complete the online application form. Copies of previous school reports and past examination results should be uploaded and submitted. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
The key to admission is whether or not the student will benefit from the courses available at the College.
Application forms link: TEMPLE COLLEGE APPLICATION.
Assessment examinations and interview dates are between May and July. Successful applicants will receive email notifications.