-Every Wednesday:between 6:00pm and 7:00pm the students and staff are gathered together for prayers where they share testimonies and prayer requests.
-On Fridays: the Pathfinders Club of the school that has its root in the church come together to showcase what they have been learning in different units of the Pathfinder Club and also to welcome the Sabbath.
-Saturday: Saturday is the Sabbath of the Lord “Exodus 20:8-11” “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it Holy. For six days you shall labour and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God; on it you shall not do any work, you, or your son, or your daughter, or your male servant, or your female servant, or your cattle, or the resident foreigner who is in your gates. For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth and the sea and all that is in them, and he rested on the seventh day; therefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and set it apart as holy”.
Hence the students and staff come together on this holy day (Saturday) and worship the Creator of the Universe as a memorial of His Creatorship.
-Every Sabbath evening:is for in-depth study of the word of God. The students and staff are engaged in bible study in order to enhance their spiritual growth.
There are more of the spiritual programmes that are put in place, like “faith clinic” where students have access to the pastor for spiritual Counselling and Prayers. This is always held Thursdays during their break time.
In the pathfinder club there are lessons to learn in the areas of physical, spiritual, and social growths. It is a wholistic training for the youths that are between age 10 and 15. Those who are 16 and above are given another package that is a little advanced than that of the ages specified for the pathfinders.
The club was inaugurated by Pastor Isaiah O. Abolarin then Youth Director of South West Nigeria Conference on May 1995 and the first Pathfinder Director was Pastor A. O. Olaoye and it had six units having eight memberships in each unit. Now it has eighty units, forty for each sex, as a result of increase of population in the school.
-Fridays:Youth activities where they will showcase their talents in areas they are taught. This is between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. This exposes them to leadership in all areas of life because of various aspects of learning.
-Saturday:Youths come together to learn together in their progressive classes, and they are as follows;
-Age 10:Friend Class
-Age 11:Companion Class
-Age 12:Explorer Class
-Age 13:Ranger Class
-Age 14:Voyager Class
-Age 15:Guide Class
-Age 16* ABoveThey are in the Ambassador Club
-On Sunday:They come together to have sporting activities like running, hiking, knot tying, football, jumping and other sporting activities.
The pathfinder club is a uniform organization where they wear Sultan Khaki and forest green, Neckerchiefs and other materials that identified as a pathfinder.
Singing groups are an integral part of this club because it showcases their talents and how they could be useful for God.
In order to develop the talents of writing and public speaking, the chaplaincy unit organized and inaugurated the young preacher’s club during 2016/2017 academic session. Every Thursdays, young preacher’s club members preach inspiring, redeeming, restoring and soul lifting sermons during morning worship to their fellow students and staff members. This club has trained many students and they have become blessings to the school.
This fellowship was inaugurated on January 18, 2019 for the purpose of students coming together to pray and encourage themselves from the word of God. Chaplaincy unit oversees the fellowship.
However, there is a student executive body which co-ordinates the affairs of the fellowship.