MGC runs the Junior and Senior secondary school program as specified in National Policy of Education in Nigeria. It offers a wide variety of academic subjects taught by dedicated and professional staff. The students begin with a broad spectrum of subjects from the junior school which becomes more focused as she progresses to the senior school.
2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE
3 BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (BST)
Physical and Health Education
4 RELIGIOUS AND NATIONAL VALUE(RNV)
- Social Studies
- Civic Education
- Security Education
- Christian Religious Studies
- 5 PREVOCATIONAL STUDIES
- Agricultural Science
- Home Economics
- 6 CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART
- Fine Art
- 7 BUSINESS STUDIES
- 8 IGBO/YORUBA
- 9 FRENCH
In the first year of the Senior Secondary School (SS1) all the students are expected to offer 12 subjects. The following are the subjects offered.
Compulsory /core subjects
- English Language.
- General Mathematics.
- Civic Education.
- Trade/Entrepreneurship subject for:
- Data processing- Science and Technology students:
- Marketing – Commercial/Business Students:
- Catering Craft or Marketing- Humanities/Arts students
MGC Core Subject
Science and Technology Commercial/Business Humanities/Art
- Physics Account Literature
- Chemistry Commerce Government
- Geography Economics Economics
- Further Mathematics Government C. R. S.
- Technical Drawing Further Maths French/Igbo/Yoruba
- Economics Further Maths
Food &Nut/Agric Science Literature/ Geography Visual Art/ Food & Nut/ French/ Computer
Senior School Students are thoroughly prepared for WAEC, NECO and IGCSE examinations and they are exposed to the syllabus of the examination bodies.
Students in each year are divided into 3 arms of classes, namely; Ivy, Lily and Rose for the junior school section. A class teacher is attached to each class and remains there for at least one academic session. The class teacher has opportunity to formally meet with the students on a daily basis and class meeting days which is scheduled forth nightly.
Any form of unseriousness or laziness on the part of the students is not permitted at all. Therefore, students could be asked to stay back in school to observe Stay Back Order (SBO), if such a student is found wanting or not doing very well academically or morally.