See The 6 Most Expensive Secondary Schools in Lagos – Nigeria

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I came across this and decided it’s worth a read, especially for people like me who are about to start a family.

I was shocked to notice that the school fees paid by a student in these schools can be used to award scholarship to entire secondary schools in a Local Government Area.

Below is the list of six (6) Most Expensive secondary Schools in Nigeria and their School Fees per year.

Here is the list arranged from the six to the highest paying school.

Please don’t misunderstand this, it is NOT the sum of school fees of the entire students, it is just for a single students:

6. Dowen College, Lekki
They charge N2,000,000 annually for a boarding student and N1,250,000 for a day student.

5. Chrisland College, Ikeja
They charge as high as N2,000,000 annually. Fees can be paid annually or termly but on or before the first day of school. These include registration,tuition deposit,accommodation and feeding.

4. Atlantic Hall
They charge as much as N2,270,000 for a student

3. Greensprings School, Anthony
They charge a total of N3,185,200 annually for a boarding student and N1,925,200 for a day student

2. Lekki British International School, Lekki Phase 1.
They charge $19,500 + N200,000 development fee. In Naira, a student pays N4,000,300 per session including feeding,school uniform,hostel, sunday wear and textbooks.

1. British International School, Victoria island
They charge $26,750 + N200,000 annually for a student. This includes boarding facilities, feeding, books,uniforms,textbooks etc. which is about N4,480,000 when converted to naira.

20 Comments

  • akinwande kolawole matthew says:

    God bless Nigeria

  • Imisoluwa says:

    Dats gudz……god will help us

  • Paschal says:

    De shldnt worry…. Afterall our nation is rich n yet amongst the poorest in d world. And i pay tax yet seekin 4 work

  • Incredible says:

    shuooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!””” Gbagam !!!!! gbagam!!!!

  • holamide90 says:

    corruption will never stop…..how many parents in Nigeria have that huge amount of money to cater for just single child..every parents wants the best for their children and their salaries cant be sufficient…so they have to engaged in corruption to meet up their demands..what am trying to say is that government have to regulate all these sectors to stop corruption in Nigeria.

  • bonnym says:

    Y dm no go pay am,

  • oj says:

    And they will always say that the public sector is corrupt

  • Problem says:

    Hmmmm, I no fit talk. Am just speechless .

  • kbf says:

    These figures are too outrageous! Come on! What are they teaching?

  • Ab Virus says:

    why should education experience inflation? what would I pay as school fees for my future kids? what is the country turning into? is the today Nigeria a most steal to survive or education someday would be for only the rich. corruption we cry is, everywhere. is like shouting “ole” after a thief and that same thief is also shouting “ole”. of course, there would be confusion amongst the populace who is the actual thief. the Nigerian system patronizes corruption, its a pity for the unborn generations.

  • taiwo o smart says:

    i lov education with total passion, i wish all nigerian kids to attend good schools and have a quality education being the best legacy any parent or goverment can give his or her ward or citizen respectively,o LORD please bless me so that i can send my children and other less privileged to the best schools in nigerian, across the border and around the world

  • taiwo o smart says:

    i love education with total passion,i wish every nigerian kids to attend good schools and have a quality education being the best legacy parent or government can give their children or ward respectively,O GOD please bless me so that i can send my children and other less privileged to best school in nigeria, across the border and around the world

  • Akay50 says:

    Imagine those that there children will attend this schools, not people like you and I………bcoz me I attended primary school where we have pry 1A,1B,1C,1D,1E,1F…..not in the calibre of this schools where they will have fitted AC in there classes……my point is that since our political leaders/teachers children are not attendind the same school as we,that is where the problem starts……….they don’t see us going to school @ all

  • chrysta says:

    I hope they teach them how to make aircrafts if they dont then its worthless. And I also need to hear d talents n gifts they have made out of those students.

  • instead of paying such money..i wl rather suspend my child for a year and use d money for invesment
    .den use d income for d for his or her schooling wit a private teacher…na wetin dem dey teach sef..wey oda schools no fit do…abeg

  • j blaze says:

    is high tym 2 kill dem all,all those dat are engaged in corruption.all dere school fees can naw b reduce 2 d level of average nigerians,just like what happened in Ghana

    • Mr. Akanbi. says:

      My brother, your research is highly outdated. As far back as 2011, one particular school in Abuja was charging more than the most expensive school you mentioned.
      I know more than 7 school in Nigeria that are charging more than the most expensive school you mentioned. I am not joking. my brother is teaching presently in one of them.
      They do not even advise those schools in daily newspapers. You can only get them on net. I have been to two of the schools before. 95% OF THEIR STAFF HAVE CARS.
      the facilities in most of those schools are better than first class schools in America and Europe.
      My brother, monet dey for Niger I beg.
      o daboo.

      • Mr. Akanbi. says:

        My brother, your research is highly outdated. As far back as 2011, one particular school in Abuja was charging more than the most expensive school you mentioned.
        I know more than 7 school in Nigeria that are charging more than the most expensive school you mentioned. I am not joking. my brother is teaching presently in one of them.
        They do not even advertise those schools in daily newspapers. You can only get them on net. I have been to two of the schools before. 95% OF THEIR STAFF HAVE CARS.
        the facilities in most of those schools are better than first class schools in America and Europe.
        My brother, money dey for Niger I beg.
        o daboo.

  • Sammy-B says:

    ……………

  • chika says:

    i beg , make una helep me to put my pikin 4 una school under scholaship . Abi una no get room 4 scholaship. i like una school

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