We are passionate about education and all forms of learning. Teaching for us is the most fulfilling career. We have different types of extracurricular activities.  Each day at school starts with the Assembly and progresses into an engaging and fun-filled curriculum which conforms to international standards of education. Ultimately, our wider curriculum is tailored adequately and able to prepare our students for Examinations into most reputable universities in Nigeria and overseas.

Art and Culture Excursion

Our students are very keen on sport and take part in various activities, ranging from Basketball, Volleyball, Athletics, Handball.

CLUBS

Club activities are strongly urged and encouraged for the socio cultural-intellectual health and development of our students. Clubs currently available in our school are: Literary and Debating Societies, Boys’ Scout, Girls’ Guide, Red Cross, Art Club, Baseball Club, Swimming Club, Taekwondo Club,  and The Young Writers Club.

 

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

At Galilee College, outing and visits are organized for students to various places of interest within and outside Abuja, and at many other times, to overseas countries. Excursion is an integral part of our school curriculum and purposely aimed at:

» Assisting the student keep abreast of diverse societal occurrences.
» Expanding the learner’s perspective of a wider world.
» Exposing the child to further educative information and processes.

Our students are engaged in the preparation and presentation of a variety of Shows, Tableaux, Pageantries, Dramas, Dancing, Story-Telling, Singing, Quiz Competition, Debate, Choreography, Ballets, Exhibitions and Diverse competitions (Inter as well as Inter-Institutional).

CODE OF CONDUCT

To create an orderly and disciplined community, Galilee College has a Code of conduct which clearly spells out the responsibility of staff, parents/guardians, and students within the school system. This manual also embodies the rules and regulations governing the different activities of the school and the use of the facilities provided by the school e.g Library, Clinic, Laboratories, etc.

The basic components of our structured environment are:

Freedom: The child is allowed to move freely around the classroom, talking to other children, working with any equipment he/she chooses.
Reality and Nature: An experience of the natural environment is given to help the child achieve harmony with nature.
Social Awareness: Through exercises on the care of the environment, care of self and development of social skills, the child gains social awareness.
Order: The carefully planned and structured environment develops in the child a sense of orderliness and an awareness of order in the external world.
Beauty: The environment is aesthetically pleasing and simple, developing a sense of beauty in the child.
Sense Training: This develops the child’s awareness helps build the required concepts for learning and sounds necessary for appropriate language development.