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Regina Pacis College, Garki 2.

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Address: No. 7, Ladoke Akintola Boulevard, Garki 2, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria.

Gender: Girls only

Religion: Chiristian

About Regina Pacis College, Garki 2.

Like the biblical mustard seed, Regina Pacis Girls’ Secondary school started from a very small and humble beginning with a lot of challenges but today has grown into a big citadel of learning producing people in various professions of life.

The word ‘Regina Pacis’ is a Latin word meaning ‘Queen of Peace’. It is one among the numerous titles recognized by the Catholic Church used in addressing the Blessed Virgin Mary who is the mother of Jesus Christ. It is in recognition of the role she has been playing as a mother and bringer of peace both in the church and in the world that when the idea of establishing a sound Girls Secondary School in the FCT came up that the name was adopted.

The idea to establish Regina Pacis came up when the Federal Capital Territory was moved from Lagos to Abuja in 1991. The idea to establish this sound, quality and high moral standard academy was conceived by His Eminence, Late Dominic Cardinal Ekandem, the then Arch Bishop of Abuja in 1991. The Daughters of Divine Love (DDL) congregation was entrusted with the management of the school under the proprietorship of the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja. Rev. Sister Mary Francis Amanfo became the pioneer Principal.

Regina Pacis Girls Secondary School as it were, commenced full operation on the 22nd November, 1991 at Pope John II Catholic centre Wuse II with a population of about thirty(32) two students, three (3) Reverend Sisters, Four (4) Tutorial and Non-tutorial staff .

As a catholic school, the Regina Pacis College community is known for peace, love and unity. The students on the other hand have the principal as their role model. To maintain this moral standard, the school has kept on with the religious activities synonymous with the Catholic Church. It is worthy of emulation for other schools on the pattern of training in Regina Pacis College. So to say, notwithstanding the high level discipline and academic focus in the school, it is surprising that the students still have optimal social life and character.

Basic Information

Founded: 1991

Address: No. 7, Ladoke Akintola Boulevard, Garki 2, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria.

LGA: AMAC , TOWN/CITY: Garki 2 , STATE: Abuja

Category: Secondary,

Ownership: Missionary

Gender: Girls only

Religion: Chiristian

Facility: Boarding and Day

info@reginapaciscollege.com

https://reginapaciscollege.com

08036 252 769 ,

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Admission Requirements

ADMISSION/ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are two forms of admission into the school.

Admission through the Entrance Examination into JS1
Admission through the Transfer Examination for JS2 and SS1 classes
For a candidate to qualify for (i.) above, she must fulfil the following conditions:

She must have attained the age of ten (10)
She must be certified to be healthy enough to participate in all school activities
She must have passed the Entrance Examinations, as admission is strictly on merit
For a candidate to qualify for (ii.) above, she must satisfy the following conditions:

She must have passed her present class in her previous school
She must be certified to be of good behaviour
She must have passed the transfer examination
She must be certified healthy enough to participate in school activities
Note: The Transfer Examination is restricted to only the JS2 and SS1 classes. The forms for both the entrance and transfer examinations are obtainable from the Principal’s office. The dates for both the entrance and transfer examinations are usually stated on the form. Transfers are preferable at the beginning of the academic year.

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Awards & Achievements

Seeing as progress cannot be measured in a vacuum, the School has always fostered a culture of competition in both internal and external competitions. We have been a consistent participant in most competitions and events held for students both in-state and around the country. Some of our previous successes and participations include the following:

1st positions ANCOPSS quiz competition Abuja, Kaduna, and River States in 1994,
1st price Association of Professional Women Engineers science competition 1994, 1995 and 1996,
2nd price FCT fine art competition 1996,
1st position English Essay competition award 1998/9/2000,
Winner National essay competition-Nigeria independence 40th anniversary in the year 2000,
Two times winner national museum essay competition 2002,
1st position state Indomie quiz completion 2004,
3rd position national Indomie quiz competition 2005,
1st position state physics Olympiad competition 2006,
2nd and 3rd positions national physics Olympiad competition 2006,
1st position state mathematics Olympiad competition 2006,
3rd position Ecobank essay completion 2006,
3rd position Digitest ICT program 2007,
1st and 2nd positions talent hunt essay competition 2007,
1st position Teenznet ICT program 2008,
Silver medal Nigerian mathematics/ science Olympiad 2008,
1st position NNPC national science quiz competition 2008,
1st positions state and zonal reading competition 2009,
3rd place essay competition 2009,
FCT representative in international junior science Olympiad 2009,
1st positions state and zonal PTDF catch them young debate competition 2010,
Bronze medal 7th international junior science Olympiad 2010,
3rd position national mathematics cowbell competition 2010,
1st positions FCT children’s day match past- from the year 2000- 2010,
Best performing school in 2011 American mathematics competition,
1st and 2nd positions STAN conference state and national quiz competition 2011,
1st positions state and zonal PTDF catch them young quiz and debate competition 2011,
1st position MacMillan publishers FCT secondary schools competition 2011 and so many others.
To maintain this standard and as an administrative strategy, the principal initiated the reward and award system for both staff and students.

Curriculum

Government Approved Curriculum

Features and Amenities

Two fully equipped computer laboratories as well as an e-learning centre
A well stocked library with a comdusive atmosphere for reading and research
A well staffed and stocked Clinic to attend to students and staff
Very well equipped boarding Dormitories with all amenities available
Fully equipped science laboratories
Fully equipped Catering department and Fine Arts Studio
A beautifully designed Chapel which hosts our spiritual activities
A football field and athletics track as well as other fields for volleyball, handball and other sports

Subjects

A student at Junior Secondary Level is required to choose thirteen subjects for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). These include the core subjects and any of the electives
Core Subjects
English language
Mathematics
One Nigerian language
Basic science
Social studies
Civic education
Basic technology
Computer education
Christian religious studies
French
Business studies
Cultural and creative art
Elective Subjects
Agriculture
Home economics

Based on the new Senior Secondary Education Curriculum Structure, students at the Senior Secondary level are required to choose eight (8) subjects or nine (9) for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and the National Examination Council (NECO) Examinations. The subject classification are placed in four categories namely:

Compulsory cross cutting core subjects
Science and Mathematics
Humanities
Business and Technology
Core Subjects
General mathematics
English Language
Christian Religious Studies
Civic Education
Biology
Trade Subject: One from either

Catering and Craft Practice
(Book Keeping, Data Processing or Marketing)

Science & Mathematics
Chemistry
Physics
Further Mathematics (Compulsory in SS1 but can be dropped in SS2 AND SS3)
Agriculture
Computer Science (Compulsory in SS1 but can be dropped in SS2 AND SS3)
Humanities & Arts
Nigerian Languages: (One from Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba)
Literature in English
Geography
Visual Arts (Compulsory in SS1 but can be dropped in SS2 AND SS3)
French Language(Compulsory in SS1 but can be dropped in SS2 AND SS3)
Music (Compulsory in SS1 but can be dropped in SS2 AND SS3)
Economics
Humanities & Arts
Technical Drawing
Data Processing
Home Management
Marketing

Key Officers

Rev. Sr. M Ugonna R. Igbo

Designation: Principal
Principal


Mr. Timothy A. Laji

Designation: V.P Academics
V.P Academics


Rev. Sr. Maria Chiemela Celina Chima

Designation: V.P. Administration
V.P. Administration


Miss. Eke Jospehine

Designation: V.P. Special Duties
V.P. Special Duties


Mrs. Eucharia Ejike

Designation: Dean of Humanities
Dean of Humanities


Mr. Sylvanus Nweke

Designation: Dean of Science and Mathematics
Dean of Science and Mathematics


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