Frequently Asked Questions
Yes it can. However, only for existing parents, new parents are required to pay the registration fee, pay for uniforms and full first term fees first.
We run the National British Curriculum
We prepare our students for the IGCSE which is a nationally and internationally recognised secondary school qualification
We offer Yoruba and Nigerian Cultural Studies only in Elementary Schools.
This is a requirement for the National British Curriculum
Football, basketball, lawn tennis, table tennis, swimming, athletics, gymnastics, taekwondo, fencing, ballet
No, but we can tell you if the child passed or failed
This is because you are paying for a seat on the bus irrespective of the trip
The school serves healthy and nutritious meals for lunch, but it is based on subscription. Parents interested in the subscription are expected to sign up their children at the beginning of the term. If not, the children are expected to bring lunch to school daily.
After-school is compulsory for students in the last class of Pre-school
Boys- 7,Olowogbowo street, off Obokun str, off Coker road, Ilupeju, Lagos.
Girls – 22A, Oluseun Crescent, off Olujobi close, Gbagada, Lagos.
Your child has to be a certain age by the 30th of September to be eligible for admission. For example, age 4 for Blue Class in Pre-school, age 8 for Year 4 in Elementary School, age 11 for Year 7, age 13 for Year 9 in Secondary School etc. Then you may get the application form.
We provide Crèche (3months – 17 months), Pre-school (18 months – 4 years), Elementary (5years – 10years), Secondary (11years – 15years) and Sixth Form (16+)
You can get the school uniform during the week, between 8am and 4pm, from the school store by presenting your receipt.
We currently have a 15% discount off tuition on the third sibling specifically the youngest child and subsequent child(ren) and different discounts on annual payments (10% discount before the end of July and 5% discount before the end of August). There is also a 5% discount on referral on admission.
Years 1 – 8: English and Mathematics.
Year 9: English, Mathematics and Biology
Year 10: Mathematics, English, French and any Science subject (Biology, Physics, and Chemistry).
No, we do not. The IGCSE syllabus starts in Year 10 and ends in Year 11 with the IGCSE exams.
Year 7 and IB Diploma scholarship entrance exams are usually scheduled for December, while the supplementary entrance exams are usually done in March or April. The entrance exam into other classes are fixed based on appointment by the Admissions Team. Please contact us for more information about our entrance examinations.
Yes we do, based on the availability of space and the route.
85% of our secondary students are boarders.
It covers tuition, lunch, educational materials, uniforms and a one-time registration fee.
We admit children from ages 10 years and above.