Top 5 most expensive schools in nigeria

Top 5 most expensive schools in nigeria

Top 5 most expensive schools in nigeria

5.Lekki British international high , Lagos-N4million

Lekki British school is the original British school in Nigeria which was established in the year 2000.the school supplies the need of each student. They provide everything that is of international standard as well as creating a conductive environment to encourage a balanced pursuit of study and recreationa. Lekki British senior boasts some of the finest educational facilities in west Africa. all classrooms and laboratory are fully air conditioned, the hostels have excellent facilities including fully are conditioned dormitories and a well equipped common room with cable television video and other recreation facilities. The tuition really equals the facilities. They pay as much as $19,500 + N200,000 development fee. In naira, a student pays N4,000,300 per session including feeding school uniforms, hotel, Sunday wear and textbook.

4.American international school, Abuja-N4.3million

The American international school, located in at durumi area in the federal capital territory of Nigeria is an American-accredited school that has been open since 1993.its truly an international school with over 30 nationalities represented in the students population. The tuition fee per annum is $200,970.00. Other fees such as Application fee, capital building fee, etc, sum up to the grand total above. Only the very rich could afford education in this school, and that clearly explains why they currently have just about 500 students from preschool to grade 12.

3.British international school Lagos, N4.48million

The British international school is a multinational co-education english medium school established in September 2001.it boast of excellent facilities which include a multipurpose hall, music suites thearter, computer suites, science suites, tutorial room, swimming pool and many more. Parents pay their children’s tuition fees in dollars but going by Nigerian currency, each students pays N4,480,000 annually. This also includes their feeding, uniforms, textbooks, etc. The subject policies contain the national curriculum for england requirements with slight modifications to reflect the international setting. Support teachers are also available to help those pupils whose level of english is below average. This school is majorly patronize by foreigners. But of course, there are still a good number of Nigerian students there.

2.Grange high school, Lagos-N4.5million

The grange secondary school was established with the aim of providing qualitative British education in a happy, caring and supportive environment. It provides a learning environment where children feel and treated with dignity. The school is one of the only three in Nigeria tobe accredited by the UK indifendant association of preparation schools. (IAPS). We need not tell long stories here because this is the 2nd most expensive secondary school in Nigeria. If you are interested in the school, we think the best thing to do is to go and see for your self how sophisticated education could be made to be

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1.American international school, Lagos – N5.5million

The American international school of Lagos (AISL) is a privet, co-educational school which offers an educational program for students of all nationalities in preschools through 12th grade. The curriculum of (AISL) is based on US national standard AISL is fully accredited by the council of international schools and the middle state Association. AISL is an international Baccalaureate organization (IBO) world school. We are glad to inform you that the fees here are paid only US dollars. Here is a breakdown of the core annual school fees of this world class school for the 2014/2015 session :Application fee:$586,Registration fee:$11,715,Annual capital levy:$2,662.6th-8th(middle school) :$24,101

What do you think about spending so much for a child’s education, especially in our country, considering the wide gap between the rich and the poor, and other relevant factors? Is it right after all or do you think it is sheer extravagance? Let’s have your opinion in the comment section below.

Source: Warritatafo

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