The Physics Laboratory in ACS is designed to meet 21 st century challenges where abstract ideas, concepts, hypothesis are concretized via series of guided experiments and practicals using standardized apparatus.
It is also a conducive environment for teaching and learning processes which are practical based (Electricity, Optics, Mechanics etc.) With a sitting capacity for twenty-five learners
The Chemistry Laboratory at ACS is where researches and experimental works are performed and verified. The School has made available a standard and well-equipped chemistry laboratory for effective teaching and learning of Chemistry. The Laboratory provides students with the following
- Adequate space for movement to minimize accidents
- Reagents and equipment for science works/researches
- Adequate water, electricity and gas supply
- A fume chamber to exit poisonous gases during practical lessons
- Safety devices to avoid or minimize/manage laboratory accidents
- Well constructed sitting benches and working tables to ease students’ work
- Constant lighting for absolute visibility during practical lessons and experimental work
- A whiteboard to aid learning process.
Where the above are made available there is always an assurance to excel in chemistry because students will be engaged with practical activities on what they have been taught theoretically.
The ICT Center at ACS boasts of:
- Training rooms and ICT training centers
- 38 computer systems
- LAN network
- Broadband internet
- High Quality Projector
- Printing and Photocopier machines
- Air conditioned and well ventilated halls
- E-learning services.
We have an Early Years Library and a Library for older students in our facility. We also have computers in the libraries for E-learning.
We have a Biology/Agricultural Laboratory with well-equipped specimens, model reagents and up to date technologically aided resources (Charts) opened for students to be used under careful supervision.
The students study detailed physiological, morphological and histological parts of living organisms. Studying nature and specimens either with the use of microscopes or as museum specimens instills joy and awakens natural curiosity in our students. They also have the liberty to create models and projects to expand their knowledge beyond the classroom environment