Carol Standard Convent Ichi

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A brief History

Carol Standard Convent Ichi was founded on September 26th, 2002 by the Diocese of Nnewi Anglican Communion. 

It was commissioned on October 21st, 2002 by His Grace, The Most Revd Prof. Godwin I. Okpala JP, OON who was then the bishop of the diocese of Nnewi and the proprietor of the convent. 

He was later succeeded by His Lordship the Rt. Revd Ndubuisi .C. Obi who is the new bishop of the diocese of Nnewi

The Convent Vision

  • To empower students to discover themselves and their full potentials 
  • To foster the spirit of truth, honest questioning, deep Christian values and moral principles.
  • To provide a disciplined environment which raises expectations, develops a wider variety of leadership opportunities and balances a disciplined work routine with an enjoyable social life.
  •  To provide a rich balanced programme of learning and co-curricular activities all aimed at molding young girls into complete discipline and well-rounded women. 

Mission Statement

Building women of integrity. 

The vision for the conceptualization and birth of Carol Standard Convent, Ichi was borne out of the need to provide quality education thus improving morality for the girl-child who is seen as a future mother and leader.

Since the inception of the Convent, the school benefactor Chief Sir Emma (Bishop) Okonkwo OFR, ‘Ikenga Ichi’ whose mother the school was named, spear-headed the Infrastructural development of the convent which is second to none within the South-East

Facilities in the Convent

The facilities in Carol Standard Convent, Ichi are too numerous to mention. It has specious classrooms with good sitting arrangements to accommodate about a thousand students drawn from different countries of the world. Her state of the Art is classic, serene and conducive environment with well paved

Interlocked roads within and outside the school environment. Gigantic and well bed-spaced hostels to make the girls feel at home, well equipped ICT room, Library and over eighty teaching staff to ensure that the academic activities of students are not ruined

The convent also has improved sports facilities with volley/basketball court. The school library which received tremendous facelift has been transformed into an e-library.

On the academic front, the school follows the new school’s curriculum provided by the National Education Research and Development Council in her academic activities. As schools are presently shut-down following the COVID-19 pandemic, the convent has not relented in impacting academic training to her girls through e-learning

-The convent recently ventures into youth empowerment and skills acquisition programs, thus translating the entrepreneurial teachings into practical dexterity for the girls to be self-employed and employers of labour after graduation. These skills include: Bread making, cake making, snacks, cooking and sewing.


The achievements of this great citadel of learning are quite enormous. The convent annually records excellent performance in her external examinations with an over –all performance between 83% to 100% credit level. The girls have been representing the state and the province on different academic activities / Competitions and have always come back with laurels 

Above all, we give room for academic exposure and social disposition for youth development and enlightenment through national and international conferences such as NISSMUN (Abuja) summer holidays at Uk and Ireland. Easter camp at Republic of Benin and Togo for French language expositions.

Our positions in academic quizzes both at provincial. states and federal levels can never be underemphasized. 

In 2018, Our student, Chinemelum Nwabueze represented Anambra state at National level on Chemistry competition organized by Chemical Association of Nigeria and came back with 1stposition. In the same year, Okey-Iloh Amara and Ikechukwu Favour exhibited sterling performances in the ObiJackson Igbo debate competition, they came out with first position. Also, Maduike Chinaza came first position in the CONDASH quiz competition. One our Alumnus, Orji Ifeoma Princes bagged a first class in Medical Laboratory Sciences from Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

Carol Standard Convent, being a center for London GCE and TOEFL gives our students the opportunity to further their studies abroad.

Honestly speaking, our students stand out exceptionally among their mates.  

Carol Standard Convent has a rare comparative in East of the Niger.

Aims and Objectives

  1. To empower students to discover themselves and their full potentials
  2. To foster the spirit of truth, honest questioning, deep Christian values and moral principles.
  3. To provide a disciplined environment which raises expectations, develops a wider variety of leadership opportunities and balances a disciplined work routine with an enjoyable social life