Our vision is to become a leading international educational institution developing men and women of character for a just and compassionate society. Creative Minds International Academy is envisioned as a world-class educational institution, firmly grounded in Nigeria and yet highly visible on the global stage.
Our mission is to develop a quality educational environment based on the foundations of positive values and to instill in our students a profound sense of ethics and character which are conditions for building an honourable and productive society. We are committed to helping young people discover and develop their gifts, talents and abilities and to help raise ethically responsible, self-disciplined and creative citizens capable of participation in a positive and sustainable society.
Creative Minds International Academy is situated in the Jos, the Capital City of Plateau State, Nigeria’s “Home of Peace and Tourism” . Jos was established in 1915, as a tin transportation camp. Its early history was closely linked to the prosperity of the mining industry. In 1967, Jos became the capital of the defunct Benue-Plateau State and was transformed into the capital city of Plateau State in 1975, thus becoming an important administrative and commercial center. With a population of over 1,000,000, Jos remains one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Nigeria today, with people of different religious and cultural backgrounds living together. It is adjudged the “Home of Peace” and the safest city to live in Nigeria.
Jos is situated almost at the geographical center of Nigeria and lies less than 300 km from Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital. Jos is linked by road, rail and air to the rest of the country.
Other points of interest in Jos include an open–air museum of traditional architecture, and the Jos Museum, which displays artifacts of the Nok Culture. In the early 1900s Jos was built by the British at the site of the pre-existing village of Geash. Tin mining began in the area in about 1907, and developed rapidly following the completion of a railroad in 1914. Jos also grew as a resort town, attracting tourists to its cool climate.