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Curriculum

We provide a comprehensive academic package comprising sciences, arts, and other specialized programs at the first and second cycle. The school follow the syllabus from the Cameroon’s Ministry of Secondary Education which lead to the G.C.E ordinary and advanced levels certificates. The school prepares students to enter American, British, Canadian and other Anglo-Saxon universities.

Arts, music, sports and drama are also encouraged and sponsored in special programmes. Specialized clubs for these activities help students attain the optimum of their talents.

Our curriculum is open and enables students to keep as employment and options for further study as possible. We meet the requirement of the national curriculum. Nevertheless, HCIC curriculum gives an opportunity for students to acquire conventional skills in US and UK orientations. Special subjects as Science, social studies, Art, Music, drama, Computer Science, Citizenship are offered to prepare students for contemporary life.

Throughout students’ time at school, courses on citizenship are taught in the domains of careers, socialization, health education, projects and leadership. Emphasis is also placed on Sex education; relationship, adulthood, parenthood, values, behavioral management, growth and development, abstinence STDs and AIDS.

The Arts and Design Department fosters and encourages creativity, sensitivity, analytical skills and critical thinking. In doing so the cultural horizons of the individual are widened and enriched for aesthetics and in self confidence. Computer studies; word Processing, Excel, Page Maker, Spread-sheet data base, power point and other computer software programmes are taught weekly prior to evaluations.

    Evaluations

    Three types of evaluations are used to assess the work and evaluation of learners at HCIC. Viz,

  • Diagnostic Evaluation
  • Formative Evaluation and
  • Summative Evaluation.

Diagnostic Evaluation

These are held after the first three weeks of study in each term. This evaluation is the prime Evaluation of the term. It helps in the identification of the particular and individual weaknesses and need of the learner. The outcome of the Post-evaluation council proposes corrective measures to each case of unsatisfactory performance. This evaluation paves the way for intense work aimed at inculcating desired skills. Her assignments/homework must be completed by learners themselves so that teachers can monitor student understanding and work habits.

Formative Evaluation

This is the mid-term evaluation that trains students in the appropriate skills; techniques, presentations, formats, practical and styles of particular subjects.

Summative Evaluation

End-of-Term examinations and, certificate Examinations (Five, Fv, L6, U6), are administered thrice a year as a summative evaluation of learning, knowledge and skills. These exams are compulsory and students are expected to take them at regularly scheduled times set of the Examination timetable

“We differentiate ourselves from other schools because we admit even students who are slow learners or are academically weak and we bring them up on a one-to-one approach” We maintain a teacher-student ratio of 1:5 to ensure a close follow-up of the students. This explains why a total of 46 are employed for the total student population which still stands at 220 students.


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