Bimaks International school (BIS) was established in September 2000 but started full operation on the 4th October 2001 after being approved by the Kwara State government. It was thereafter commissioned on 28th July 2001 by the wife of the Deputy Governor of Kwara State, her Excellency Mrs. Rebecca Sayomi. The School was built on the belief that good leadership, national stability, economic and cultural advancement are not the result of happenstance, but careful grooming of the young with a purposefully planned and executed school curriculum. Our aim is to provide well-integrated school facilities of international standard which will serve as a point of reference to other schools. In a world that is gradually converging in culture and technology, it is important to provide learners with internationally applicable skills an a relevant knowledge. This is also to be achieved without compromising national cultures, traditional ethnics and value. While being prepared for international academic challenges, students of Bimaks international school would, in time with the Nigerian philosophy of Education be imbibed with skills that would lead to self-reliance, enhance self-esteem and national pride
EXTRA CURRICULA ACTIVITIES
Students are encouraged to take part in various curricular activities. We believe we complement academic process. There are different clubs in the school and every student participates actively in at least a club. Some of the clubs in the school include: Press, Young
Farmers, Drama Literary and
- Debating, French, Sports, Junior Engineer, Technologist and Scientist.
CITIZENSHIP AND LEADERSHIP TRAINING
The management of the school has approved citizenship and leadership training for SS II students. These students are to attend this training for two (2) 9 weeks.
It is an advancement access course which is aimed at providing opportunities for self development and self discovery as well as to equip them with leadership skills.
BIMAKS is a secular school where every students is free to practice his/her religion. Students practice the religion of their parents/guardians early and cannot change religion except with the permission of their parents/guardian.