Without placing a topmost priority on profit making but on the holistic mandate of the formation of lives, "Lumen Christi International High School" Uromi, Edo State, was founded on the 5thOctober 1986, by His Grace, Most Rev. Dr. P. E. Ekpu, the then Archbishop of Benin City.
We at Lumen Christi International High School Uromi, brought together by a common desire, are all learners through communal endeavour of exchange of ideas, experience and skill.
We put in place an enabling environment and a conducive atmosphere to enhance the creative potentials of all participants to the benefit of the child. At Lumen Christi, we express and share unconditional love and this binds our unity in diversity.
Above all, we affirm our belief in Jesus Christi as the greatest Teacher and Role Model. We look unto Jesus as the giver of all things and ?the Light of the World?. Finally, we claim the possibility of growth for every individual participant in the school community.
Our world, full of competing attractions of mixed values, can pose a danger to the young and inexperienced. This has constantly gnawed at the hearts of serious parents, leaders and founding fathers. Hence an educational institution and structure of Lumen Christi mould, with a parade of human and material resources, is designed to serve as a preparatory guide of the young through the maze of life. As an institution that draws light from Christ, our model, we are sure of giving only the best to posterity.
2. Mutual respect (between adults and children).
3. Communalism (working and building together).
4. Developing positive leadership and followership.
5. Acknowledging days that are meaningful both in our faith and firm traditions.
6. Educating the broader community to an awareness of our values so that they can be of great service, e.g, field trips.
7. Loyalty and devotion to our faith.
8. Striving for unconditional love that transcends all diversity.
9. Any other way consistent with our philosophy.
4. Hard work
5. Appreciation of nature
7. Creative ritual
If you open it, close it.
If you turn it on, turn it off.
If you unlock it, lock it back.
If you break it, fix it.
If you cannot fix it, report it.
If you borrow it, return it.
If you make a mess, clean it up.
If you move it, move it back.
If it does not concern you, don’t make a mess.
If you do not know, ask.
The school offers health-care services at the Madonna Clinic within the campus.
Two nurses are on shift duty all week round and a visiting doctor to attend to students in need of medical attention. Serious cases of illness are referred to Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital (Federal Medical Centre, Irrua).
All medical bills so incurred are charged to parents/guardians. .