A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL.
A brief history of the school may be necessary to visitors for an insight into what the
school is and stands for. Logos International Secondary School, is a mandate of the
Lord to His servant – Pastor A. C. Ohanebo in 1994. God made the vision plain to
His servant and directed that it should take off the same year. Through the sacrificial
contributions of the members of the Watchman Catholic Charismatic Renewal
Movement under the able leadership of the General Superintendent – Pastor A. C.
Ohanebo, the school took off on October 28, 1994 without external or foreign aid. It
started in a temporary site at Chief P. O. Ahanonu’s (Ochiri-ozuo) new compound at
Ubachima. The school started with two classes JSSI – 197, JSSII – 106 and a
Tutorial staff strength of 19.
By God’s grace, the permanent site was built through the labours and contributions
of the members of the great movement. The school packed into the permanent site
Logos International Secondary School was established to reverse the negative and
downward trend in our educational system. It is aimed at giving complete and
qualitative education to our future generation for better leadership of the church and
society tomorrow. This is reflected in the motto of the school – “Academic
Excellence and Godliness of the Youth”.
To achieve the above goal, highly qualified and experienced teachers and non-
tutorial staff who are mostly believers and ministers of the gospel from various
Christian denominations and ministries were recruited for proper upbringing of the
children morally and academically. Science and Computer Laboratories were also
You may wish to know that the boys are virtually separated from the girls in all
activities – classes, refectory, dormitories, etc. They are usually brought together for
healthy interaction and competition when necessary.
During these six years of her existence, LOGISS (as it is popularly called), had
made some remarkable progress in terms of structural development, moral and
academic upbringing of the students. The school was having two classroom
complexes (for boys and girls), Laboratory complex, two boreholes and underground
tanks, four dormitory blocks for boys and three for girls, three electric generating
sets, temporary staff quarters, etc. But today the story has changed positively. The
above mentioned facilities have quadrupled in LOGISS.
Logos International Secondary School, too her first Senior School Certificate
Examinations organized by West African Examination Council (WAEC) and National
Examinations Commission (NECO) in 2000. The testimonies of examination
supervisors and flying invigilators from both WAEC and NECO on the conduct of the
examinations were wonderful.