At Potter's Touch High School there is a thorough blend of the Nigerian and British curricula. The curriculum blending requires rigorous class schedules and the students have intensive classes during the day, coupled with mandatory prep time in the afternoon and evening. Our students become engaged in living their very own global education. Beyond exceptional results in traditional academic preparation for university, our students define excellence in responsible global citizenship.
At portter's Touch High School we offers student's the oppoturnity to "learn, practice and hone" their problem solving, quick thinking, teamwork and trust skills. An academy set out to make value added differences in the lives of students and to the world in which we all live. Our student, through the combination of academic excellence, world travel, personal development and a broad international network, are prepared for the world's best universities, colleges and employment oppoturnities.
i. BASIC EDUCATION EXAMINATION (NECO, BECE): This is written by the Year 9 students within the 3rd term and is compulsory.
ii. JSCE Bayelsa State: This comes up within the 3rd term and after BECE and is compulsory.
iii. CAMBRIDGE CHECKPOINT International (British): Compulsory for all year 9 students.
iv. WASSCE: Compulsory for final Year students (Year 12) in May/June of the relevant year.
v. CAMBRIDGE IGCSE International: Designed for entry into British, Nigerian and African schools.COMPULSORY for final year students(Year 12).
vi. JAMB Nigerian: The school is approved as a JAMB centre in Bayelsa State.
vii. Others Such as SAT, TOEFL,IELTS. Also, 'A' level programme will be availabe to prepare students for University education.
1. A Guidance and Counselling department that seeks:
a. To assist students in developing their potentials in oder to be useful to themselves and the society at large.
b. To help our students make right choices in their respective careers and adjust well socially and educationally.
c. To complement teachers in the quest to achieve success in teaching/learning process.
d. To sensitize students on career opportunities available locally and internationally, to reduce socially maladjusted behaviours among students to the barest minimum and hence expose them to examination techniques.
2. Special classes for slow learners.
3. An average class size of 20 and Teacher/student ratio of 1:10.
4. The use of labtops and tablets in the teaching and learning process on our wireless campus.
5. A family circuit programme in which teachers are attached to students to monitor their academics through their stay on the campus.