ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

/ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
A minimum 5 ‘O’ Level Credits Passes to include Mathematics and English language and 3 other subjects that relevant to the intended course of study. Ten (10) recent passport photographs with either red/white background, photocopy of the ‘O’ Level Results, recommendation letter from Parent/Guardian and birth certificate.

STUDENTS CODE OF CONDUCTS
Discipline is a principal requirement in the School of Greatness. It is the security of any future. It has a positive correlation/relationship with excellent performance. Cornerstone School of Advanced Studies remains VERY FIRM in its approach to discipline. Therefore the following rules and regulations shall govern the behaviour of students. Anyone who violates them shall be dealt with according to the laid down procedures determined by the School disciplinary Committee.
⦁ The School opens at 7:30am, while the academic activity will commence at 8:00am prompt to 6:00pm from Monday – Saturday.
⦁ Latecomer will not be allowed in any form since punctuality is the sole of business and a core tool for raising future leader.
⦁ Any Student going out of the school compound during the school hours must obtain a written “exit permit” from the school authorities.
⦁ It is an offence to be loitering around lecture rooms during school hours.
⦁ Every student in Cornerstone School of Advanced Studies must take part in all approved school activities.
⦁ None of our students should participate or indulge in alcoholic drink, tobacco smoking, drug – taking e.t.c
⦁ No student would be allowed to organize any party in the course of their programme.
⦁ Students should dress decently and properly at all times while in the school.
⦁ Students are not allowed to receive visitors during school hours without official permission.
⦁ Stealing is prohibited, any students found stealing individual/school property shall be expelled.
⦁ Any student found vandalizing the school property would be made to replace the same property immediately.
⦁ It is an offence for any student to engage in physical combat or the use of abusive words.
⦁ It is a serious offence on the part of any student to be rude to any lecturer.
⦁ No student shall write or deface the wall either in the lecture room or outside the lecture rooms.

⦁ The spiritual development of our students is God’s mandate. Every student must take part in approved school fellowships.

HOSTEL MATERIALS
Two bed sheets, a pillow, two pillow cases, plates and cup, cooking utensils, cam gas, a bucket, a towel, a half dozen of hangers, a rechargeable lantern, Beverages Toiletry, 2 ½ mattress, Mosquito Net.

DRESS CODE
The institute is determined to continue to impact positively on its student not only intellectually but also morally in pursuit of her vowed commitment to the TOTAL MAN.
The mode of dressing of a student speaks volume about him/her. In other words, one’s appearance influences people’s perception of one’s person. Student should therefore, always dress responsibly to command respect. All students must refrain from wearing INDECENT CLOTHINGS, if they must be accorded respect and protect their dignity.
You are hereby required to note that the following constitute inappropriate mode of dressing that will not be tolerated in the institute environment (including lecture rooms, laboratories, examination venue, administrative offices and as well as the hostel).

⦁ Short and skimpy dresses e.g body hugs, show me your back, spaghetti wears and dresses exposing sensitive part of the body, backless, camisole only, tops above the hips;
⦁ Tight shorts, obscene skirts above the kneels (except for sporting purpose);
⦁ Pencil trousers and leggings with short tops and all other forms of tight fitting clothing;
⦁ Tattered jeans and jeans with holes;
⦁ Transparent and see- through dresses;
⦁ Under clothing such as singlet worn publicly;
⦁ Skirt which due to slitting, reveals sensitive parts of the wearer’s body;
⦁ Wearing T-shirts with obscene instructions ;
⦁ Dress that reveals wearer’s chest unduly ;
⦁ Wearing of earrings by male students;
⦁ Hair plaiting or weaving by male student;
⦁ Wearing of face cap and unkempt appearances.

Our Advanced Level Subjects:

ACCOUNTING
BIOLOGY
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
CHEMISTRY
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES (CRS)
ECONOMICS
GEOGRAPHY
GOVERNMENT
ISLAMIC STUDIES
LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH
PHYSICS
SOCIOLOGY
ADVANCED LEVEL MATHEMATICS
BUSINESS STUDIES
MUSIC
AGRICULTURE SCIENCE
HISTORY
FRENCH

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

CORPORATE DRESS

CORPORATE DRESS

CASUAL WEARS

CORPORATE DRESS

NATIVE ATTIRE OR CASUAL WEARS

NATIVE ATTIRE OR CASUAL WEARS