Aflon has both day and boarding students. Been a student in Aflon is an enriching experience with a lot of curricular and co-curricular activities designed to prepare students for not just the local economy but the global economy.
Our boarding facilities are state of the art with alternate source of power, water filtration systems, and recreational facilities and it offers real comfort to our teeming boarding population.
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Thinking Students’ Essay Competition
Thinking Students Essay Competition was launched in 2013. It was established to make students think deeply and learn about an issue that affects their lives now and in the future. Every term, a question would be asked and students would be required to study on their own, talk to anybody, gather facts and learn a lot as much as possible about the issue. Students in Primary 6, Junior Secondary Class 1 to 3 and Senior Secondary Classes 1 to 3 would be participants. The essay writing session is to last one (1) hour under examination conditions on a set date each term. The first edition was held on 2nd of November, 2013 with the theme, ‘WHY BUILD?’ Consecutively, all other editions carry educative themes that inspires and ignite a fire of knowledge inside of the students.
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VSAT: In accordance with our ICT disposition, we have installed VSAT facilities in our school to provide 24 hours’ internet services for our students learning and research purposes. Consequently, we reiterate the need for students to optimally utilize all these while in the school boarding house. In order to achieve this, we created Moodle for each student to have access to internet during their stay in school.
Virtual Library Services
Our approach to Library Services is a radical departure from the norm in Nigeria. We are utilizing the Internet as the source of all possible academic and educational information that is most current and timely. While some books would be kept as exhibits to help our students gradually acclimatize to the world of Electronic books.
Computer Based Testing
Our secondary class students began using computers to undertake tests and exams from September, 2013.