- Lead British International School,
Abuja – N1.5million per annum.
- Nigerian Turkish International
College, Abuja – N1.6 million per
- International Community School,
Abuja – N1.9million per annum
- Dowen College – N2 million per
- Chrisland College, Ikeja – N2
million per annum
- Atlantic Hall, Epe, Lagos – N2.27
million per annum
- Corona Secondary School, Agbara – N2.55 million per Annum
9.Hillcrest School, Jos – N2.65 million per annum
- Loyola Jesuit, Abuja – N2.8 million per annum
- Meadow Hall, Lagos – N3 million per annum
- Greensprings School – N3.185 million per annum
- Whiteplains British School, Abuja – N3.6 million per Annum
- Day Waterman College, Abeokuta –
N3.7 million per Annum
3.Lekki British International High
School, Lagos – N4 million per annum
2.British International School, Lagos – N4.48 millionper annum
1.Grange School, Lagos – N4.5 million per annum
BUT DON’T BE FLUSTERED!
From published information by WAEC, JAMB, NYSC, MEDICAL SCHOOLS, NIGERIA LAW SCHOOL, THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, EXTERNAL UNIVERSITIES ENTRANCE EXAMINATION BOARDS, etc, no student from these students ever came FIRST in WASCE or JAMB!
No student from these schools has ever made first class in their first degree courses.
No student from these schools have put Nigeria in academic map through excellence in external university qualifying examinations.
So dear parents, don’t kill yourself and your children because of exorbitant school fees.
Attendance in these fancy schools is no guarantee that your child will be an academic star.
Professors Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka, Philip Emeagwali, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Dr. Dora Akuyili, didn’t attend 7-star hotels parading as schools!
Parents, please know and maintain your finances for Godly pursuits by limiting your quest for costly, fanciful schools.
Success in life is not about the school your children attend.
The above schools are not on the academic cutting edge – as at today!