In June 30, 1933 the school was founded by the British missionary, Archdeacon Henry Dallimore. It was originally christened ‘Ekiti Central School,’ a co-educational secondary school, taking students into classes V and VI. It was renamed ‘Christ’s School, Ado Ekiti’ by Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon, the governor of then Northern and Southern Protectorates of Nigeria. It moved to its permanent and current site, the Agidimo Hills, in 1936. Read more as you click on Christ’s school Ado -Ekiti in Wikipedia.