Please kindly read through before you proceed…
All registration/application activities; New Student Registrations, Online Account Registrations, Satellite Study Center Registration, Online Class Room Help Desk, Hostel Registrations, Student Transport Facility Registration.
Please kindly read through before proceeding.
LOGISS admission procedure takes a comprehensive approach, putting both students marks and interests into consideration identify those who are inspired to bring a variety of talents.
- JSSI, Minimum of 10 years by September
- JSSII, Maximum of 13years by September
- SS1, Maximum of 16 years by September all in that same year
N\B: Applicants who do not meet the requirements will not be permitted to sit for the entrance examination.
- Obtain an application form for N7,000.00 from Logos International Secondary School Awo-Omamma or any Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement Diocesan/ National Headquarters within and outside Nigeria or a complete online form provided on this page.
- Note that all application forms are filled completely and correctly for the purpose of proper documentation and effective record keeping.
- The parent/guardian of the candidate applying are advised to duly complete and sign the form and state their child’s/ward’s surname and name as they want it to appear on all his or her documents.
- They should also ensure that the phone number and email address given is correct and in use to enable us to communicate with you without hitches.
- Attach four (4) passport size photograph.
- Submit a duly completed application on or before the entrance examination date with evidence of payment to the school reception desk.
- The successful candidates at the LOGISS entrance examination will be invited for Admission Interviews with the following documents.
- Candidate’s invitation letter.
- Candidate’s recent school result.
- Copy of the candidate’s birth certificate.
- The Admission letter and Prospectus will be given to all the successful candidates.
Entrance examination into JS1 is scheduled for March, JS1 Supplementary examination/Midstream Admission into JS 2, and SS1 will be during a long vacation in various Centres and all applicants will be required to sit for the entrance examination which will last for four hours. Candidates are expected to come with their writing materials.
Note: The average score for gaining admission into LOGISS is 50% and above
English Language and Mathematics are compulsory for all the classes. Other subjects for the various classes include:
- JSS1: General Science, Social Studies, Verbal, Quantitative and Vocational Aptitude
- JSS2: National Values, Basic Science and Technology
- SS1: National Values, Basic Science and Technology
LOGISS academic year starts in September and end in July. Application form will only be processed when all the necessary documents listed in the application form are received. Once admission has been offered, a non-refundable fee of N10,000.00 should be paid
LOGISS is designed to offer a broad, balanced and relevant programme of study for all with a combination of American, British Canadian and Nigerian Curricula to empower our students to reach the highest possible academic standards. Such curricula include:
- Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)
- Global Investment Educational Volunteers Association (GIEVA) which usually takes place at the end of senior secondary. (e.g. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), American College Test (ACT) and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL))
- Program for Accelerated Christian Education (PACE)
- Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
- West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination Council (WASSCE)
- National Examination Council (NECO) and
- Basic Education Curriculum Examination (BECE)
For security reasons, every student is provided with two plastic I. D cards. The student carries one and the parents keep the other. The parents’ copy of the identity card MUST be presented to the school’s security officers before access is allowed to the student at school.
This rule holds whether the parents themselves are visiting the student or sending another person to visit on their behalf.
The two plastic I.D. cards cost of One thousand Naira Only (N1,000.00) – including passport photographs.
Payment has already been made along with school fees
One copy of each of the following documents should be submitted to the registration officers on arrival:
- Photocopy of Admission letter.
- Birth Certificate
- Testimonial from the primary school attended if not submitted during the admission interview.
The school uniforms are of three types:
- Classroom Uniforms (2 pairs);
- Day Dress (2 pairs);
- Sunday Wear (1 pair).
OTHER UNIFORMS ARE:
- Beret for girls
- Scarfs for girls
- Ties for boys
- badges (3)
- Shoes (2 pairs)
- Sandals (2 pairs)
Uniforms for fresh students are already paid for in the commencement of total fees.
Footwear (shoes and sandals) will be given to students as they resume. They have been paid together with the school fees.
For the total development of the students mentally, spiritually, socially, and physically, the school engages the students in various sporting activities during their leisure time. Such sporting activities include:
- Table Tennis
- Field & Track Event eg: Long & Short jump
- Match past.
- High Jump
All students are to come with a pair of durable white canvas shoes.
The school organizes club activities such as:
- Literature/Literary Club
- French Club, JET
- Press Cubs, etc
Every student is expected to identify with one or two club(s) of his/her choice.
The following items shall be provided by the school for students to use at an annual fee of Three Thousand Naira only (N3,000.00) – already paid in the total fees above.
- Classroom Locker and Back Chair
- Hostel Cupboard
(ONLY DURABLE QUALITY ITEMS WILL BE ALLOWED)
- Hair clipper (for personal use)
- 2 bed-sheets and 2 pillow covers (1 white color and brown check bedsheet) already paid for with school fees.
- 1 Blanket
- 1 Wrapper (i.e sleeping cloth).
- 2 Medium size plastic bucket for bathing and washing.
- 2 Flat plates & 2 soup bowls with cover (stainless steel or aluminum).
- 2 Drinking cups with cover (stainless steel or aluminum)
- A set of cutlery *1 water bottle for drinking water.
- 2 pairs of slippers (plain bathroom slippers NOT the fanciful type).
- 6 pieces of handkerchiefs (white)
- 2 pairs of Pyjamas (for boys only)
- Toothpaste and brush
- Comb, pomade, and mirror. (NOTE: Bleaching cream is not allowed)
- Bathing soap, laundry soap and dish (NOTE: Bleaching soap is not allowed)
- Five small, but strong padlocks for lockers
- 5 pairs of white stockings.
- 2 chains for bucket and chair
- A pair of white canvas for sports
- Ÿ One (1) dozen of cloth peg,
- Ÿ Ten (10) pieces of camphor.
IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, FEMALE STUDENTS should provide the following items:
- 5 pieces of white underwear (underskirt) and two Black plain underwear.
- 3 pieces of white and 3 pieces of black brassier.
- 2 pairs of plain white and black singlet (female singlet)
- 1 flannel nightgown and one (1) cotton nightgown (not spaghetti strap)
- 6 pieces of plain white and coloured pants.
- 1 pkt of black polythene bag (smallest size)
- 2 pkts of sanitary towel
NB: Toiletries like tissues, pomade, soap, toothpaste, brush, and personal effects could be purchased from the school tuck-shop at good prices.
School exercise books have been specially designed with school logo and names and will be supplied to students as they resume.
HYMN book and Bible are compulsory fellowship materials for every LOGISS student. They will be given to the student when they resume.
Students are not allowed to keep or carry cash in LOGISS. All their pocket allowance must be paid into the same school account as was the school fees but with different tellers.
All their purchases in school are made from the school tuckshop via a cashless arrangement using what the school calls ORDER PURCHASE FORM. Balances of their pocket allowance at the end of the term are withdrawn if they so desire or transferred to the next term.
Students eat food and other edibles from the school kitchen only. They are served enough nourishing food and fruits. Students are not allowed to keep beverages and other edibles with them. This rule is strict and in their best interest.
Apart from the dress worn by students as they report to school when these uniforms are not ready as freshers, no other mufti must be found with them. In subsequent terms, their return to school is in their school uniforms. At such times no mufti whatsoever, should be brought with them to the school, otherwise, such will be confiscated.
The school usually allows the students to travel home for a short break after the first half of the term. This is to relieve their tension and stress due to academic pressure, improve their attentiveness and retention during the second half of the term. It also enables them to replenish used up materials.
It is compulsory for all students. However, any student that wishes to stay back during this period will pay a token of Ten thousand naira (N10,000.00) only for his/her upkeep.
Parents who may wish that their child(ren) be picked up by their representative during mid-term break or any other period of vacation should indicate by forwarding a text message to the school welfare numbers 08109259410, 08105199781 showing the child(ren)’s name(s), class(es) and the name of the representative who must be identified with a valid identity card before the child(ren) will be released to such person(s).
Open and visiting days hold when communicated.
LOGISS offers a combination of Nigerian and foreign Curricula such as, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS, amongst other examinations. Students that will be involved in any of these examinations must score 70% and above average in SSII first term result and must have a valid International passport as his/her only means of identification.
LOGISS is located in a serene environment with facilities to foster individualized learning. The facilities available in our school include the following:
- Administrative unit:
- ICT Unit
- Science Lab
- Language lab.
- Home & Economics lab
- Creativity center
- Art Studio
- Medical Unit
- Sport Center
- Security Services among others
To keep body and soul together and to ensure academic excellence as represented in the motto, the school as the following as extra-curricula activities. They include the following:
- Volley ball
- Basket ball
- Literary and debating society
- Press club
- Jet club
- Road Safety club and
- Home Makers among others
- Junior Secondary
- Senior Secondary
Junior Secondary Unit
Junior Secondary Education is established to make students experience normal academic and technical courses according to how they perform at their primary level. At Logos international Secondary School, we’ve designed different curricula to match their learning abilities and interests, toward achieving academic excellence and other goals in their life.
The following subjects are offered in Junior Secondary School:
- English studies
- Basic Science and Technology
- Nigerian Language: Igbo
- Pre-vocational studies
- National Values Education
- French Language:
- Christian Religious Studies:
- Cultural and Creative Arts:
- Business Studies:
Senior Secondary Unit
In senior secondary education we provide the individual attention and help that each student needs to achieve his or her academic perspective. We offer interactive teaching by highly qualified and experienced professional teachers alongside modern mentoring methods and constantly monitor, review, and update our school curriculum in light of new developments. The following subjects are offered at the Senior Secondary level in line with the comprehensive nature of the school.
- English Language
- Agricultural Science
- Christian Religious Studies
- Further Mathematics
- Igbo Language
- Technical Drawing
- French Language
- Visual Arts
- Food & Nutrition
- Literature In English
- Computer Studies
- Civic Education
- Dyeing & Bleaching
The Federal Government revised the new Secondary Education Curriculum consist of core subjects, elective, and 34 Trade/Entrepreneurship studies. Below is the adapted version for Logos International Secondary School, Awo-Omamma.
THE CORE SUBJECTS
- English Language
- General Mathematics
- Civic Education
- Dyeing & Bleaching.
Trade/Entrepreneurship studies are compulsory and students are to select one Trade subjects from the list of 2 Trade/Entrepreneurship studies.
Students are to select two (2), three (3), or four (4) subjects as the case may be from each field below, depending on their potential, interest, and capacity.
Students are to select a total of twelve (12) subjects
|HUMANITIES (ARTS)||SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS||TECHNOLOGY||BUSINESS STUDIES|
|1.||Literature in English||Biology||Technical Drawing||Commerce|
|2.||Geography||Chemistry||Foods & Nutrition|
|4.||Christian Religious Studies||Further Mathematics|
|5.||Visual Arts||Agricultural Science|