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Top 20 Most Expensive Secondary Schools In Nigeria

In this article, we’d be seeing some secondary schools in Nigerian that charge high fees, with many running into millions per annum.

 

According to Derek Bok, president of Harvard University, ‘If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.’ This single saying which has been quoted thousands of times has really gone a long way towards exposing parents to the many advantages of getting their wards educated.

 

We previously listed out the 7 most expensive schools in Anambra State and you can also check it out before we continue. In today’s article, we’d be exploring some schools in the whole of Nigeria that you obviously have to be worth 8 figures before thinking of getting your kids in them.

• Regent School Maitama, Abuja – ₦1.35 million

• Bloombreed High School, Port Harcourt – ₦1.5 million

• Lead British International School, Abuja – ₦1.5 million

• Whiteplains British School, Abuja – ₦1.6 million

• Nigerian Turkish International College, Abuja – ₦1.6 million

• Norwegian International School, Port Harcourt – ₦1,843,750 million

• Greenoak International School, Port Harcourt – ₦1.9 million

• International Community School, Abuja – ₦1.9 million

• Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos – ₦2 million

• Chrisland College, Ikeja – ₦2 million

• Charles Dale Memorial International School, Port Harcourt – ₦2,040,000 million

• Atlantic Hall, Epe, Lagos – ₦2.27 million

• Corona Secondary School, Agbara – ₦2.55 million

• Hillcrest School, Jos – ₦2.65 million

• Loyola Jesuit, Abuja – ₦2.8 million

• Meadow Hall, Lagos – ₦3 million

• Greensprings School, Lagos – ₦3.185 million

• Day Waterman College, Abeokuta – ₦3.7 million

• Lekki British International High School, Lagos – ₦4 million

• American International School, Abuja – ₦4.3 Million

• British International School, Lagos – ₦4.48 million

• Grange High School, Lagos – ₦4.5 million

• American International School, Lagos – ₦5.5 Million

What more? What do you think about spending so much on your ward’s secondary education and would you mind doing so if you can afford it?

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