In 2003, the company acquired seven (7) acres and two (2) plots of land for the school's lecture rooms and hostel structures. It also reached out to the Muslim Ummah for financial assistance and support for the course. As at July 2011, it had 45 active members as subscribers to the consolidated fund in the sum of N23, 847,900 (TWENTY-THREE MILLION, EIGHT HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED NAIRA ONLY) Part of the land was sold in 2009 to complete the current School structure. The School commenced operation in September 2009 as LINKSBOND COLLEGE with 18 teaching and non-teaching staff and 26 students admitted to JSS1 and 2. The School currently have in session JSS 1 - JSS 3 and SS 1 and SS 2.
The School's Mission
To provide a first-class secular education in a pristine Islamic environment and satisfying the yearnings of its stakeholders.
The School's Vision
To be the ideal post-primary Islamic-oriented institution in Nigeria and producing morally and academically sound leaders of tomorrow.