List of International Schools in Nigeria

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Nigeria has so many international schools which mostly teach English curriculum. Below is the full list of international schools in Nigeria:

  • Lekki British School; In Lekki, Lagos State, there is a British international school called Lekki British School. On its 25-acre campus, it offers preschool, junior high, and high school. A boarding school is available for high school pupils. The institution opened its doors in September 2000. It is an ancient British education in Nigeria, it also consists of junior, pre-school and middle, senior schools.
  • Avi – Cenna International School; A co-educational British curriculum school with government approval, Avi-Cenna International School is situated in Ikeja’s GRA neighborhood in Lagos State. The school, which was established in 1989, has an emphasis on “promotion of moral and ethical values” with the goal of “developing interpersonal and leadership skills” in its pupils. This international school is independent non-denominational boarding and day schools for boys and girls from the ages of two to sixteen years old.
  • Norwegian International School; it is situated in Port Harcourt’s New GRA. It was established in 1983 to meet the educational needs of Bulkcem Cement Company’s expatriate children. The school started off with two teachers and about twelve students, but it has since expanded to include kids from neighboring businesses. The school currently accepts students from the age of 2 to 16, from nursery through secondary.
  • The American School of Lagos; it is a preschool through 12th-grade American international school in Lagos, Nigeria. The 1004 Federal Estates new campus, which was established in 1981, sits behind the 6 acres (2.4 ha) of government-leased land that makes up the Victoria Island campus. In 1964, the school was established. 600+ students make up the large and diverse student body at AISL, with about 30% of them being Americans. Significant percentages of our population come from students in India, the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Canada, South Africa, Israel, Lebanon, and the Netherlands, while the remaining students come from more than 50 different nations, reflecting the school’s worldwide spirit.
  • Grange School, Ikeja; it is a day school located in Ikeja, the capital city of Lagos State, Nigeria. A group of British expats established Grange School in 1958 with the goal of offering education on par with that provided in the UK. The deputy British high commissioner to Nigeria serves as the school’s patron. For consistency and stability in the students’ education, the Board decided it was appropriate to add a secondary school as part of the 40th anniversary celebration in September 1998. Students are prepared for the critical stage in the primary phase. 430 boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 11 are anticipated to attend Grange School’s Primary Section, which runs from Reception class to Year 6. In the secondary phase, which includes Years 7 through 11, there are 326 students between the ages of 11 and 16+. The School Policy keeps class sizes between 11 and 19.
  • Greensprings School; it is a private, British-run institution in Nigeria. It was founded in Lagos in the year 1985. It is currently operational on the campuses in Anthony, Lekki, and Ikoyi. The school offers preschool, elementary school, secondary school, and a sixth form in addition to its other programs. With only three students, the school opened as a Montessori school in the center of Lagos mainland in January 1985. The school currently has three locations in Lagos and more than 3,500 pupils. A Board of Governors oversees the school’s operations.
  • British International School; In Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria, Oniru Private Estate is home to a British international school. The school, which started in 2001, offers a British curriculum to day and boarding students between the ages of 11 and 18. There are numerous IGCSE and A Level options for study. Girls and boys from Nigerian and international families make up the student body. There are small classes and a robust co-curricular program accessible every day after school.
  • American International School of Abuja; when a group of parents and representatives from the U.S. Embassy saw that there was a need for a school that would appropriately educate both international and Nigerian students for further study using a US-based curriculum, they formed the American International School of Abuja. The school began its first academic year in August 2006 in a brand-new, purpose-built building with roomy grounds and plenty of potential for expansion. At the end of the 2005–2006 academic year, there were 150 students enrolled; today, there are 470, from preschool to grade 12. Due to the rise in enrollment, a full high school program was established, and in June 2009, AISA graduated its first senior class.
  • Dowen College; It is a coeducational institution that is situated in the Lagos suburb of Lekki. The college admits students between the ages of 11 and 18 for both boarding and day classes. The school had a valedictory service in 2015 where excellent students were recognized for their achievements in the institution.
  • Glisten International Academy; the Nigerian and integrated curriculum used by Glisten International Academy has mechanisms that promote individualized instruction, which has a positive overall impact on the cognitive, emotional, and psychomotor growth of our pupils. The goal is to stimulate character development, creativity, and invention based on higher-order thinking, going beyond the simple acquisition of knowledge. The innovative curriculum gives students the life skills they need to succeed in the workplace, contribute to society, and make a positive impact on the world.
  • The RiverBank School; with well over 500 students now enrolled, The Riverbank School is an independent, coeducational school. It is located in Lagos, Nigeria’s Victoria Island. They are a Christian school that currently accepts students from kindergarten to year ten. Our curriculum follows the Early Years Foundation stage (EYFS) to Year 10 of the English National Curriculum. Testing is required for entry into our school starting in Year 1.
  • Children International School; Children’s International School, usually referred to as CIS, is a foreign school that teaches the British curriculum in Nigeria. About 503 pupils and 70 teachers attend CIS, which annually hires teachers from outside. It has been in operation since 2004 and is one of Nigeria’s best international schools.
  • Lagos Preparatory School; (LPSS) was founded in 2002 and is a private co-educational day school in the upscale Ikoyi neighborhood of Lagos, Nigeria. It uses the UK National Curriculum. Children between the ages of 18 months and 16+ are educated in Early Years, Primary, and Secondary schools through LPSS, formerly known as LPS. The school met the requirements to receive the Every Child Matters Standards Award in 2010. Lagos Prep was the first foreign school to be eligible for Educational Consultancy & Management (ECM) Solutions’ ECM Standards Awards.
  • The Netherlands international School Lagos (NISL); is a tiny, non-profit primary school in the safe and mostly residential neighborhood of old Ikoyi. NISL has a great relationship with the Dutch Consulate, where it has historically been housed. Children between the ages of 18 months and 11 are taught either the Dutch, British, or EYFS curricula at NISL. We employ the International Primary Curriculum and topic-based learning to assist our students make connections between their lessons.
  • Halifield College Maryland; Coeducational secondary school Halifield College is situated at 2-6 Oki Lane Maryland Lagos. A tranquil, isolated setting tucked away in the center of Lagos. It offers a secure and satisfying environment for social and educational pursuits. The College conducts a broad-based curriculum in accordance with the national curriculum of Nigeria and formally began academic activities on Wednesday, September 23, 2011.
  • Olashore International School; this is a private co-educational boarding secondary institution situated in Osun State in Nigeria. In 1994 the late Oba Olashore was able to establish this school. Olashore International School is a learning community dedicated to academic success, supporting each child to reach his or her full potential in a secure environment, and creating leaders for the 21st century’s dynamic global society.
  • GreenOak International School; at New GRA, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, is a private primary and secondary school. From 5 to 16 years old, students of all ethnicities are served by the school. GIS Secondary was established in 2008, whereas GIS Primary was established in September 2004. Along with American and British curriculum programs, the school offers an international education system that includes the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). Currently, just 25% of pupils are foreigners, and 75% are Nigerians.
  • Whiteplains British School; this is an international co-educational day institution situated un Jabi. Two campuses make up WBS. The second campus, which houses the secondary school and the advanced studies department, is located on a land mass of 4.5 hectares in Daki Bui, Jabi, Abuja, while the first campus is a primary school and administrative block situated at Plot 528 Cadastral Zone B4, Jabi. The Whiteplains British School is closely connected to a number of overseas partner universities.
  • The Centagon International School; the Centagon International School offers a high-quality Nigerian and Cambridge (UK) curricula that are integrated with American educational content in a supportive, stimulating, cutting-edge atmosphere.
  • Lifeforte International School; It is a solution for parents looking for a top-notch, afro-centric education that would give their kids a platform to attain great heights. It consists of daycare, preschool, junior and high school (O’ and A’ levels) for kids between the ages of 3 and 18. The cutting-edge campus, which is located on a sizable 25-acre estate, has state-of-the-art ICT facilities, a science lab, an art studio, a large library, ‘home-away-from-home’ hostels, a gymnasium, and a world-class sports complex, giving students the best-in-class holistic educational experience.
  • Caleb British International School; Nigeria’s Lagos State is home to the co-educational Day/Boarding School (CBIS) in Abijo G.R.A. Lekki. The institution is a division of the Caleb Group of Schools, which has been around for more than 30 years. Students seeking to continue their study abroad could enroll in level programs at CBIS, which was formerly known as Caleb British Academy. Pre-School, Primary, and Secondary Schools are available at Caleb British International School. Rich British/Nigerian curricula are available. Prince Ola Adebogun established the school. Strong moral and Christian principles are highlighted by CBIS.
  • Lead British International School; the address of LBIS ABUJA is Aliyu Mustafa Street, off Wole Soyinka Avenue, next to the Trafford Hotel, in the Gwarinpa neighborhood of Abuja. They enroll students and pupils in the Early Years, Primary, and Secondary Programs. We also establish a comfortable computer-based center for training corporate organization employees, the JAMB exam, and UTME/DE registration.
  • Meadow Hall School; is a private school in the Nigerian city of Lekki. The school, which Kehinde Nwani founded in July 2002, combines the Nigerian Curriculum with the British National Curriculum. With a total enrollment of over 1,100 pupils, the school started as Meadow Hall Infant and Junior School in 2002 and later expanded into Infant and Junior Schools on two campuses (Lekki and Ikoyi) and a College in Lekki. Tennis, swimming, and football are among the sports facilities.
  • Atlantic Hall; is a private, coeducational secondary school with roughly 600 pupils in Epe, Lagos State, Nigeria, about 70 kilometers from Lagos. It began operations in 1989 in the Maryland neighborhood of Ikeja, Lagos State, with dorms nearby Eko Hospital, before moving to Poka Epe in the middle of the decade. Pobuna Junior and Senior High School, which is nearby Araga in Epe, is one of its landmarks. In place of the Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) program was implemented at Atlantic Hall in September 2001. Every year, Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) through the British Council administers the IGCSE in June and November.
  • New Hall International School; this is a co-educational diverse institution based in a silent, leafy campus in Lekki, Chevy View estate. It has a world – class learning teachers and facilities.
  • Aduvie International School; this school was founded in 2008 January. It is situated in an area with enough space and a tranquil heart of Abuja. This school provides best education and services to learners in crèche, nursery, primary and secondary classes.
  • Ocean Crest School; this is a co-educational institution providing social, intellectual and physical development to children who are three months of age to thirteen up to 16yrs. It uses the British Curriculum method.
  • Pampers private School; this school was founded and established in the year 1993, their aim was to create and develop children in complete to become discipline, enlightened and useful members of the community. It uses the British curriculum method to train the pupils from age one to eleven.
  • Vivian Fowler Memorial College for Girls; this institution was founded and established in the year 1991 to encourage the advancement of female gender through the functional and quality education. It uses the British curriculum method and takes ages ten to 16 years old,
  • Bridge House College; Nigeria’s finest sixth form institution is Bridge House institution in Ikoyi. By offering the proper curricula, skilled teachers, and required facilities to teach and coach students toward admission to the top universities throughout the world over the course of 18 years, it has developed a great reputation. It is situated in a gated community with a lagoon view in Ikoyi, which creates a welcoming environment for learning and the teaching of heuristic pedagogy. Regular quality assurance inspections by the University of Hull and Brooke House College UK, as well as the college’s full membership in the Council of International Schools, help to maintain its high standards.