Our curriculum may be described as a fusion of both Nigeria and British curricula. The school is divided into Junior and Secondary sections. In the Junior school, students spend three years and take The Lagos State Junior Certificate Examination (JSCE).
In the Senior school the students spend three years and in their final year, they are expected to take the following examinations - Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), National Examination Council (NECO) which is compulsory and The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and the scholastic aptitude test (SAT) which is optional.
Our curriculum covers a wide range of subjects which comprise of WAEC/NECO and IGCSE programs.
Each subject has a dedicated subject coordinator who works under the direction of a head of department, each of whom are responsible for a specific curriculum area.
All subjects follow the prescribed content specification as recommended by the relevant curriculum body
Our curriculum is divided into the following broad areas
- further mathematics
- Basic science
Humanities (Arts, Commercial & Social Sciences)
- Civic Education
- Social studies
- Islamic Religion Studies
- Christian Religion Studies
- Physical & Health Education
- Music, Arts & Design
- Technical Drawing
- Introductory Technology
- Fine/Visual Arts
- Agricultural science
- Food & nutrition
- Home economics
- Home management
- Clothing & Textile
Extra-and Co-curricular Activities
In addition to academic work which the school pursues diligently, students of Irvington College participate actively in several clubs. These are subject based clubs, social and cultural clubs as well as sports such as football, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, etc. Each student is encouraged to belong to two clubs in one session. The clubs meet Wednesdays & Fridays after school hours.