Why Should I Choose Annunciation?
Annunciation Secondary Schools is a mixed school that offers a college preparatory curriculum in the areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Religious studies, Social studies, World languages, Arts, Business and Physical education. Building a sense of purpose in our students is at the heart of Annunciation. Our students reach high levels of academic achievements; they graduate and do well in college and beyond; they are given every opportunity through extracurricular activities and athletic programs to excel as persons; and throughout their holistic educational experience, they become oriented toward service to others. We strive to establish a culture in which our students can become more than themselves. We genuinely care for one another and we work at supporting each other—faculty to faculty, student to student and faculty to student. We work hard to help our students feel happy, safe, supported, and appreciated. We make every effort to instill Christian values in our words and actions.
Going Beyond the Classroom
Annunciation offers more than just academics. Students have an opportunity to express themselves and excel in athletics, the arts and more. By participating in extracurricular activities, students develop skills such as leadership, working with others, responsibility and self-discipline. The school strongly encourages all students to become involved in at least one extra-curricular activity and in fact, most students participate in several. We also have other extra-curricular activities like Art Club, Press Club, Debate Club, Environmental Club.
Annunciation occupies a seven-acre campus with well ventilated and conducive academic classrooms and halls, library, laboratories, ICT lab, hostels for the females and the males, chapel, refectory, and premier athletic facilities. A new ICT and Library complex is just about being finished and would be ready before January 2017. This ICT lab is expected to house at least a hundred computers. The library is state-of-the-art modeled.