It is with great pleasure that we welcome our parents and students to a new school year. We believe that our children will “Believe, and Become, Leaders of the universe.”
Saint Mulumba Girls’ Secondary School students have the unique opportunity to pursue challenging academic coursework in Science, liberal arts and other advanced academics curriculum that represents the new and emerging professions in our 21st century.
In fact,our aim is to mold the students into leaders who will be part of the Secondary School Reform Initiative, the school also focuses on personalized learning, an advanced curriculum, and community engagement. Advanced Placement courses for example, ICT, Craft, Music and guided career pathways are available for students at Saint Mulumba Girls’ Secondary School.
The administration and teaching staff are aware that every child is unique. Accordingly, our curriculum and our lesson plans reflect the teaching strategies of inductive and deductive reasoning and their associated learning skills. Interactions among teachers, parents, and students are demonstrated in creative approaches to religion, social studies, language arts, mathematics, science and science projects, fine arts, music, technology and physical education, as well as extra- curricular activities.
Moreover, Catholic Schools seek to provide an environment that embodies the four hallmarks of Catholic education: message, community, service, and prayer. Daily prayer and weekly Mass provide nourishment and outward expression for the spiritual growth and development of the school community. Spiritual and intellectual growth and development are implemented in all class settings. We strive to provide our students with a deep sense of faith, responsibility, and commitment of service to both our local and global communities.
We challenge each student to take advantage of what Saint Mulumba Girls’ Secondary School has to offer; a rich and challenging curriculum in a small learning environment, access to advanced technology, and a nurturing environment meant to foster intellectual, emotional, and social growth!
- Excellence can be achieved through hard work.
- All students deserve challenging, rewarding, relevant curricular and co-curricular opportunities.
- People need a safe, nurturing and positive learning environment.
- Education provides the foundation for success.
- Individual differences and diversity enrich our unique school culture.
- Education is the combined responsibility of parents, students, educators and communities
Rev. Sister Christiana. Ikegwu (HHCJ)