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1. Does GSCBoss offer the same curriculum as other Schools?
Yes, GSCBoss delivers the state approved and certified curriculum, just like State Government Schools and other private schools. The state based qualifications are recognized for university entry throughout Nigeria and around the world.
2. Is GSCBoss approved by the government?
Yes, GSCBoss is independently accredited by the appropriate government bodies overseeing standards in educational delivery. All are inspected regularly for quality assurance.
3. How long has GSCBoss been around?
GSCBoss was founded in the year 2000. Her anniversary is celebrated on October 13th.
4. Does GSCBoss have student’s accommodation?
Yes. The school has good boarding facilities for students. There are two modern hostel blocks with more than twenty-five dormitories.
5. What are GSCBoss school hours?
School is in session from 7:40am - 3:40pm. Students are expected to leave their hostel building no later than 7:30am to ensure timely arrival to school. In between the period the school is in session, there is a break for snacks and another break for lunch. The school office is open from 7:30am – 3:30pm Mondays to Fridays except on some public holidays.
6. As a prospective Parent/Guardian or Student, how can I locate GCSBoss?
GCSBoss is located at Oyede town in Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria.
7. How can one purchase GSCBoss admission form?
GSCBoss admission forms can be purchased, at
N5,000.00 only, from the following venues:
- The school’s office
- Mother of the Redeemer Catholic Secondary School, Effurun
- Mother of the Redeemer Catholic Church, Effurun
- Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Nursery/Primary School, Ughelli
- Our Lady of Apostles Nursery/Primary School, Sapele
- St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, Sapele
- Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Kwale
The admission forms can also be downloaded from the school’s website.
8. Is there accommodation for members of staff?
Yes. There is a staff quarters in the school compound where some members of staff reside.
9. Does GSCBoss offer any special courses for international students within the Nigerian School program?
Yes. To cater for our international students we offer ESL (English as a Second Language) and a French as native/foreign language programs to help international students gain the required level of English and French if their current language level does not qualify them for direct entry admission to a higher school.
10. Any other help for international students?
Yes. GSCBoss also offers free tutorials, time-table daily for each subject. Tutorials allow students to gain extra help from teachers, on an individual or small group basis. Each student is also assigned a mentor who is trained to support students' academic development and personal well being. In addition, GSCBoss provides comprehensive booklets which guide students through the content of a course. They are provided for each subject and give students details of curriculum and assessment tasks, supplementary course materials, learning support, additional exercises, practice examinations and lots more.
11. What is the best way to contact my son’s teacher/mentor?
The best way is to be around during open days. Open days are days were parents have one-on-one talk with the teachers/mentors of their children/wards.
12. Is there a dress code at GSCBoss?
Yes. The students are expected to put on their uniform with their tie and dress shoes, during school hours, and their house wear [cheek shirt and shorts/trousers] after school hours. Also members of staff [teaching and administrative] are corporately dressed during school hours.
13. Can students drive their cars to school?
No. The school is strictly a boarding school and as such, students are not expected to leave the school premises. It is the parents that drive/bring the students to school.
14. Are students allowed to use their mobile phones in GSCBoss?
No. Students are not allowed to use their personal mobile phones in the school. However, students have access to the school’s mobile phone which they can use for calls or to send SMS.
15. What extra-curricular activities are offered besides sports?
GSCBoss prides itself in its award-winning extra-curricular offerings. Some examples are: Student Representative Council, Arts Club, The Press Club, Literary and Debate Club, Dramatic Club, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics [STEM] Club, Music and Choral Club etc,.
16. How can I contact the office to ask a question?
You can contact the office through the following numbers:
09033820255, 08037949001 or 08030427317
17. How/Where do I voice my concerns?
You can voice your concerns to the Principal through the Administrative Secretary or through the Dean of Studies. You can also have a discussion with the school Guidance Counselor.
13. What is the difference between September intakes (Admission) and other months’ intake for students?
There is no difference but, those admitted in September have the advantage of starting the academic session on a good footing.
18. When does GSCBoss close her admission?
Admissions usually close after the third week of the new session. However, a prospective student may still be admitted if the management considers it worthwhile.
19. Does GSCBoss accept forecast results for admission?
Yes. This is because the school management appreciates the fact that the result of a prospective student may not have been released before the student seeks admission. However, it is expected that such student forward the result before the beginning of the academic session.
20. How is GSCBoss different from other Schools?
GSCBoss is different from other schools because in GSCBOSS there is holistic formation and individualized attention to every student.
21. Is there a COVID-19 emergency response plan or measure in place for now?
GSCBoss has a working and efficient COVID-19 emergency response plan and measures to combat the infection if any. We also make sure laid down rules and regulations governing COVID-19 spread are obeyed by all staff and students including those visiting our school.