The College curriculum covers the Junior Secondary School, the Senior Secondary School and Trade School curricula with a plan to introduce University Preparatory Class in future. On completion of the Senior Secondary School education the students will be able to write a number of examinations and obtain qualifications for academic pursuit (GCE, NECO, SAT, TOEFL), technical professional calling (City and Guilds, Trade Tests, NABTEB).
The teaching approach is pupil activity -centered learning. The core curriculum is
• Language proficiency (English, Yoruba, Introductory French, Arabic or other Nigerian language)
• Writing (English, Yoruba)
• Arithmetic (Sums, subtraction, multiplication, division)
• Reasoning (including CHESS, SCRABBLE, PUZZLES)
• Society (the past, the present, and the future: governance, community)
• Nature (environment, living things, non-living things, relationship to human beings)
• Handcraft (photography, weaving, shapes, moulding)
• Adventure (exploring the immediate environment, Local Government Area, Senatorial district)
In the second half of the first year, the learners will be introduced to pre-vocational technical and academic disciplines.
• English Language
• Basic Science (Basic science, biology, chemistry, physics)
• Agriculture Science (and farm appreciation)
• Basic Technology (electronics, building, construction)
• Physical and Health (body and mind control and discipline, food and diet)
• Social Studies (Community project)
• Business Studies (and appreciation of trade)
• Civic Education (Appreciation of governance)
• Religious Knowledge (Appreciation of Compassion as art)
• Computer Education
• Creative Arts (Music, photography, Visual Arts, Drama)
• Brick making
• Brick setting
• Shoe making
• Wrist watch repair
• Cell phone repair
• TV repair
• Black smithing
Students will be presented to the JSS examination and be required to pass the College competency evaluation in order to move to the Secondary School. College competency evaluation in survival skills (swimming, bicycle riding, gardening, camping, cooking, computer use and basic trade tests) and nature appreciation (study of an animal or plant) and compassion attitudes (class project) are integral to moving into our SSS1 class.
We have highly competent and committed educators all of whom have first degrees. The educators are the most important resource of the College and we strive to motivate them.
THC occupies a large 3-acre parcel of land with laboratories, field, and ample space to demonstrate teach, learn and have fun.
Our much-admired classroom block has 11 global standard classrooms. We have just started building the College hall and cafeteria and hope to complete it before December 2019.
Leadership is an important aspect of learning at THC. Students are members of some committees of the College including student action review committee which handles sanctions and rewards. Students participate in planning the calendar for the term.
Students may join any of the following clubs
• Society for Matter, Space, Time and Distance
• Literary, Debating and Dramatic Society
• Boys Scouts / Man O’ War Club
• Music and the Arts
• Young farmers club