Education, they say is the key to success and it is highly expensive to pay for ignorance. Therefore, it is important to get educated and also train your wards by giving them the best education you can get. Here is our list of the most expensive schools in Lagos.
Private schools in Nigeria are considered to give more valuable education given that public schools are not living up to expectation. Despite the fact that private schools give value, private schools are characterized with high fees for tuition and a lots of services as compared to the government public schools.
In this view, let’s see the top 7 most expensive schools in lagos…..
Atlantic Hall School
Atlantic Hall was established in January 1989 by the Atlantic Hall Educational Trust Council, a registered non-profit sharing organisation. Atlantic Hall is a co-educational full boarding secondary school in Epe, close to the Atlantic Ocean. The school has a well equipped medical centre, sporting facilities, well equipped laboratories, swimming pool, etc. They engage in lots of social activities including concerts, talent shows, dances and film shows during the weekend. Their fees is about two million, two hundred and seventy thousand Naira (2,270,000) for a student. Additional charges like uniforms are excluded from the fees. It is a first class institution in Nigeria and abroad.
Corona school’s vision is “to provide world class education” as they aim to provide the students with a sound and solid education while at the same time developing the total child. They expect that students can contribute to this mission by having: the skills and qualifications to compete with, and most importantly work with the best. They charge two million, five hundred thousand Naira (2,500,000).Corona school is a group of school as they have various school all over Lagos.
Meadow Hall School
The school is passionate about children and their development especially from a holistic perspective. For children to be well-rounded individuals, they need to develop not just in the cognitive aspect but in all other areas such as the physical, emotional, social, artistic, creative and spiritual. Their fees is three million Naira (3,000,000).
Greensprings school was established in January 1985 and is located at 32, Olatunde Ayoola Avenue, Anthony, Lagos, it also has another campus in Awoyaya, Lekki (Lagos). They charge a total of N3,185,200 annually for a boarding student and N1,925,200 for a day student and these fees include tuition, textbooks, school uniforms and PTA levy. Boarding fees include a boarding deposit (caution fee, which is refundable on leaving the school).
Grange School was founded in 1958 by a group of British expatriates, to provide education of equivalent standard to that which obtains in the UK. The school encourages students to participate in charity events as well as other extra-curricular activities such as chess, arts and crafts, swimming, tennis, football, and basketball. On the average, their tuition is four million five hundred thousand (4,500,000).
British International School
Located in Victoria Island, Lagos, British International School was established in September 2001. It has facilities such as a multi-purpose hall, music suites, theatre, computer suites, science suites, tutorial rooms, swimming pool and more. Majority of the students are foreigners and they charge about 4.8 million naira.
American International School
American International School of Lagos (AISL) is an American international school in Lagos, Nigeria. They strive for their students to become well-rounded and caring adult citizens. Community service is a very important component of the school mission. After school activities and Saturday sports are also part of our school culture. They charge at five million five hundred thousand naira (5,500,000).
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