Sailors’ Pride College is a co-educational school in Port Harcourt committed to providing academic excellence and leadership; focusing on wholistic education in the 21st C and fostering a disciplined, godly, caring and nurturing community.
As a school, we are conscious that we live in a world that is rapidly evolving and are deliberately determined to prepare our students for the challenges they may encounter. In order to achieve this, we celebrate and value each individual uniqueness in their learning, talent and skills to explore and create by providing a system which develops their talent, skills, interests and academic progress so that they will all attain their potentials.
The progress of students is not about academic success in the classroom alone, so we strive to instill mutual respect for everyone, irrespective of ability, gender, race, cultural or religious background. Underpinning this, is our guidance programme coupled with individual mentoring making Christ our bedrock.
We are confident that you will find our school to be the best place for your child to learn, grow and attain his/her unique potential. We invite you to explore our website, visit our campus, and ask us any questions you may have.
Sailors’ Pride College embraces diversity in ethnicity, religion, nationality and race as well as foster a Christ-centred system that builds integrity by valuing openness, trust, negotiation, fairness, honesty and respect for all people.
Our hybrid curriculum integrates the British, American and Nigerian curricula into a comprehensive programme of study. Our students go through two stages based on the British education structure:
Key Stage 3 | Years 7, 8 and 9
Key Stage 4 | Years 10,11 and 12
At the end of Key Stage 3(Year 9) students, will be registered for the Checkpoint Examination and the Junior WAEC.
As a school offering the hybrid curriculum, It is mandatory for our students to write one International exams (The IGCSE Or THE AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA depending on their educational pathway) and WASSCE in year 12.