Riverside College

Riverside College is a co-educational Day and Boarding secular institution established under divine vision and deep sense of responsibility to offer functional and dynamic education within the realities and challenges of this contemporary Nigeria.

The school is situated in an easy to access and conducive environment for teaching and learning. We have developed an academic curriculum that fosters the formation of a morally sound child.

Educating the total child is our mission at Riverside. This is achieved by a proficient administrative structure, an avalanche of seasoned educational consultants and a team of professional teachers trained in the latest educational pedagogy.

Riverside Hostel is a home away from home situated in a safe and secured environment, manned by highly disciplined and God fearing care givers. The students’ meals are nutritious and prepared by qualified and experienced caterers who have been screened by our medical consultants.

Why Choose Riverside College

Riverside College recognizes the uniqueness of each child, spotlights and catalyzes it to evolve gradually and steadily.  We do not just admit students, we make the best out of them, with  high priority on academic excellence, creativity, discipline, morals, fear of God, diligence, honesty and integrity.

The students are hubs around which all of our activities revolve. Their future is our main concern; hence the learning environment is so flexible that teachers closely monitor the achievements of the students. We give room for our students to exhibit their talents not only in academics, but also in leadership, music and sports.

Our resolve for consistent academic growth, professionalism and service position us strategically to make a difference in the lives of leaders placed in our care. At Riverside College, it is our tradition to preserve the wisdom of the past, explore and leverage on the dynamics of the present to adequately prepare our students for the future, using different teaching methods and modern technology.

We provide a relevant high-quality education that prepares and propels our students for future endeavours. We honour achievement and promote pride in ourselves, in our school and in our community. Riverside students will graduate from the college, career ready!

Our Uniqueness

  • Providing personalized learning while recognizing the individual needs of each student.
  • Providing a broad, balanced, interconnected curriculum and co-curricular programme for an outstanding learning experience.
  • Inculcating in our students the importance of serving the community to which they belong with the aim of improving the global community.
  • Providing the same opportunities for all our students.
  • Inculcating moral, social and spiritual development in our students.
  • Regular communication with parents and responsive feedback.
  • Providing academic and active learning experiences through excursions both nationally and internationally so as to encourage responsible global citizenship.
  • Engaging our students in Computer based internal examinations.
  • ICT training for all our students.
  • Identifying gifts and talents of the individual child and nurturing them.
  • Development of core skills.
  • Premium priority on safety and security of our students.

Enroll your children for the best education at Riverside


Riverside College runs both the British and Nigerian curricula simultaneously. Our teaching team consists of teachers who are qualified to teach both curricula effectively and efficiently. Students are encouraged to partake in the British curriculum as it is student friendly. The text books for this programme are designed such that students can study on their own without the teachers’ assistance. Suffice it to say that the text books are student-oriented.

The Nigeria curriculum prepares students for SSCE (Senior Secondary Certificate Examination), which is organized by WAEC and NECO, and BECE (Basic Education Certificate Examination) for junior secondary school. The subjects offered for these examinations are as follows:

Junior School

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Basic Science
  • Agricultural Science
  • Computer Studies
  • ICT
  • Basic Technology
  • Physical & Health Education
  • Social Studies
  • Civic Education
  • Home Economics
  • Creative & Cultural Arts
  • Business Studies
  • Christian/Islamic Religious Studies
  • History
  • French
  • Music
  • Yoruba

Senior School

  • English Language
  • Literature In English
  • Mathematics
  • Civic Education
  • ICT
  • Further Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Agricultural Science
  • Computer Studies
  • Technical Drawing
  • Economics
  • Commerce
  • Financial Accounting
  • Geography
  • Government
  • History
  • Christian/Islamic Religious Studies
  • French
  • Yoruba
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Trade Subjects:
    • Photography
    • Fishery

The British curriculum prepares students for Check-point Examination which is conducted during the 9th year of junior secondary school, and IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) which is written in the 11th year of senior secondary school. Both examinations are organized by CIE (Cambridge International Examination). The examinations take place in May/June and October/November respectively just like the Nigerian examinations.

The subjects for Check-point examination are English language, Mathematics and Science. That of IGCSE is broader, but students are advised to choose subjects relevant to their planned course of study in the university. French and ICT are compulsory.

Examinations at Riverside College are computer based (CBE), it is pertinent therefore, that each student has a mini laptop for this. All our students MUST offer Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as this prepares them for professional courses such as Oracle, Java, etc.


  • Dance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Literary & Debating
  • Information & Communication Technology
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics)

Entrepreneurship Club

The students embarked on a trip to a nearby market to purchase items needed for production of chinchin. The chinchin was later sold to the members of staff


1.21st - 25th September

Ø  Resumption of students

Ø  Normal school work (Recovery Curriculum)


28th– 2nd October

1st October

Ø  School Work Continues (Recovery Curriculum)

Ø  Independence Day Celebration


5th– 9th  October

5th October

7th October

Ø  School Work Continues

Ø  Teachers’ day

Ø  An hour with the Director of Studies (New Parents)


12th – 16th October

16th October

Ø  School Work Continues

Ø  Election of Prefects

5.19th – 23rd OctoberØ  School Work Continues
6.26th – 30th OctoberØ  Half-term exam

2nd – 4th November

4th November

5th – 6th November

Ø  School Work Continues

Ø  Parent/Teacher Conferencing

Ø  Half-Term Break


9th –14th November

12th November

14th November

Ø  School Work Continues

Ø  Interclass Debate

Ø  Swearing in of Prefects

9.16th– 20th NovemberØ  School Work Continues

23rd – 27th November

26th November

Ø  School Work Continues

Ø  Seminar Presentation

11.30th – 4th DecemberØ  School Work Continues

7th – 9th December

10th – 11th December

Ø  Revision

Ø  Terminal Examination


14th – 18th December

18th December

19th December

Ø  Terminal Examination Continues

Ø  Students Vacate

Ø  Virtual Christmas Concert

School resumes for 2nd term on Monday, January 11th, 2021.