Top 10 best secondary schools in Nigeria

Top 10 best secondary schools in Nigeria

The importance of quality education cannot be overstressed. Combining quality education with good a character can get you to the top and keep you at the top. Generally, the best way to give your quality education is by sending them to the best schools. Thus, every parent will love their children to attend the best school in the country. Especially secondary school since that is where you are required to lay solid a foundation for your children. The problem is selecting the best among them since there are countless of them out there. So, to save you the stress, here is a list of the top ten best secondary schools in Nigeria.

Read Also: how to start a secondary school in Nigeria

Loyola Jesuit College

This school is located in Gidan Mangoro, Abuja. It was founded in 1996 and was named after St. Ignatius of Loyola. The school has both day and boarding students. They teach many different subjects through a group of highly qualified teachers. Also, their curriculum is based on the standard Nigerian National Policy on education. In addition, they teach leadership, social and personal development programmes to their students.

The American International School of Lagos

This is a private school in Lagos that offers an American educational program for students of all nationalities. The School was established in 1964 and it has grown to become one of the best private schools in Nigeria. In addition, its sole mission is to provide an exemplary American type of education to international countries.

British International School

British international school was established in September 2000 making it the first British boarding school in Nigeria. Located in Lekki, Lagos state, the school offers a British style curriculum to students with both boarding and day facilities. Few of its major facilities include a swimming pool, basketball court, and a tennis court.

Corona Secondary School

Corona Secondary School was established in the month of January 1992. The school is at Agbara industrial Housing estate, Ogun state. According to a different report, its students have performed well in WAEC examinations, with a national pass rate of 49.98%.

Read Also: how to start a primary school in Nigeria

Kings College

Kings College was founded in 1909 making it one of the oldest schools in Nigeria today. The school is a boy only school and it started off with just 10 students in its year of establishment. Also, it has facilities for both day and boarding students.

Atlantic Hall

Atlantic Hall was established in 1989 and it is situated in Epe, Lagos. In the first place, it used to be located in Ikeja before it was moved to its current site. Also, it is a full boarding secondary school and it has a lot of academic achievements to its name.

Grange School

Grange school was founded by a British expatriate with the intention of providing quality education. Located in Ikeja, Lagos state, the school curriculum goes beyond the normal Nigeria curriculum. Also, the students are highly involved in activities like arts, sports, debating etc.

Christ the King College

Christ the King College is not the same as Kings College, so don’t get it twisted. Christ the King College is also an all-boys school but it is located in Onitsha, Anambra state. The school’s mission is to help, nurture and instill in youths a thirst for goodness, discipline, and knowledge based on Catholic moral principles, in preparation for life’s journey.

Lumen Christi International High School

This school is located in Edo state and it was established in October 1986. It is a Catholic school with a good academic record and different awards to show for it. Also, their staffs are highly dedicated, qualified and are passionate about their job.

Whitesands School

Whitesands School is a Catholic school which was founded by Opus Dei, a Catholic organization. The school is situated in Lagos just like most of the schools on our list, Lekki peninsula phase 1 to be precise.

Author: BF

light sleeper, heavy dreamer.

Let us know what you think