Greensprings School’s history dates back to January 1985 when it started off as a Montessori school offering nursery education to children aged 2-5 years. Since then, the school has grown remarkably, and is today a leading institution offering a first class education from the foundation stage to post- secondary levels. We believe that offering a progressive education gives parents and pupils’ stability and continuity, removing the in-convenience of having to change schools periodically.
From our first campus, situated in the heart of the Lagos mainland, which started with only 3 pupils, Greensprings School has grown tremendously in size and has also now established a state of the art campus on the Lekki Peninsula, with a combined student population of over 2,500 pupils.
Greensprings school has been entirely self-supporting since inception. There is a Board of Governors, which, not only guides the overall direction and strategic running of the school; it also oversees the work of the Director of Education and the School Director.
We look at our history with pride and affection but we also look forward with eager anticipation to the challenge of meeting the current educational needs of children growing up in the global village of the 21st century.
Greensprings School Heads of Schools
|1985-1990||Mrs. Lai Koiki|
|1991-1999||Dr. Dolapo Ogunbawo|
|2000-2001||Mrs. Lai Koiki|
|2001-2007||Mr. John Todd|
|2007- 2008||Mr. Bruce Stevenson (Anthony Campus)|
|2008- to 2011||Mr. Richard Woods (Anthony Campus)|
|2008- 2010||Mrs. Stevenson (Lekki Campus)|
|2010- to 2016||Mr. Harry McFaul (Lekki Campus)|
|2011- 2013||Mr. Andrew Egan (Anthony Campus)|
Greensprings School Directors of Education
|2006 - 2007||Mr. John Todd|
|2007- 2010||Mr. Bruce Stevenson|
|2010 - 2011||Mr. Richard Woods|
|2011- 2013||Prof. Dr. George A. Hickman|
|2013- to 2016||Mr. Harry McFaul|