Our Learning Philosophy

One of the commands that Jesus gives us is to help the less privileged among us. This is why we have made it our obligation to help raise children out of the limitations that may restrict them from achieving their destinies.

At OCAC College, our learning philosophy is reflected in our motto “knowledge for a full life”. Our foundation is the word of God in Proverbs 22:6 that saysTrain up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it”. We view every aspect of learning as an opportunity to raise disciples of Christ , and we work together to make Christ the center of everything we do.

Our academic programme is first-rate with a proven record of excellence, including high marks and pass rates in School Certificate examinations that put us on par with the top schools in Africa. In addition, we offer a wide variety of enrichment opportunities, many of them embedded within our school day. Our students are equipped with entrepreneurial skills like craft classes, learn a second language (French, native Nigerian language), have regular lessons in both the creative and performing arts, engage in daily physical activity, and are encouraged to serve their local communities.

Our academic programme follows the Nigeria government-approved curriculum for students. We ensure the average ratio of students to each teacher is 10 students to 1 teacher. This way, classrooms are not overcrowded and teachers can offer students the best attention and quality education that each student needs to thrive.

OCAC College began operations on the 5th of October 2015 with humble resources.

The pioneer principal was Reverend Monsignor Michael Oko. After a successful tenure, he handed over the reins of leadership to our current principal Rev. Dr. Raphael Fagbohun in 2018.  

 Since the kick-off in 2015, God has been faithful and has provided resources to make our vision a reality. Today, we have over 50 students on full scholarship and we are trusting God for expansion to enable us to accommodate more scholarship students.