About African Child College

History

African Child College was established in September, 2004. The school is located in Byazhin, new extension, Ijayapi in Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, Nigeria. The school started as a nursery and primary school with a population of 14 pupils in two building structures of two classrooms. In a short time, as a result of the quality of education offered with experienced and self motivated teaching staff the population blossomed to 157 in 2007. In 2008 the school opened the secondary section in response to the popular demand of parents and also to enable the graduating pupils from the primary school to progress to JSS 1 class in African Child College. The initial population was 7 students, this however rose to over a hundred students at the end of 2010. In order to satisfy the requirements of the FCT department of Quality Assurance and Educational Resource Centre (ERC) the school invested heavily in infrastructures, namely;
– Physics, Chemistry and Biology laboratory
– Library
– ICT Centre (100 computers with internet connectivity)
– Eight (8) classrooms
– Staffrooms
– Two storey buildings for classrooms
– Admin/accounts Department
Today the school has grown to become a reputable institution of Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education and is making impact in both rural and urban communities.

To be the foremost leading child friendly learning institution in our community with opportunities for all children to actualize their full potentials in the society.

We are committed to training and developing children in character, knowledge and skill using modern teaching aids and experienced teachers to provide good leadership and service to the nation.

Trust in the Almigthy God
– Honesty
– Integrity
– Innovation and   Team work
– Good relationship
– Respect and promote   people’s right
– Excellent in Business results
– Mention Leaders.