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Top 23 Most Expensive Secondary Schools in Nigeria With Mind Blowing Fees!

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#2:. Grange High School, Lagos – N4.5 million

Address: No. 6, Harold Shodipo Crescent, GRA Ikeja, Lagos

Email: info@grangeschool.com

Website: www.grangeschool.com

The Grange Secondary School was established with the aim of providing qualitative British education in a happy, caring and supportive environment. It provides a learning environment where children feel valued and are treated with dignity. The school is one of only three in Nigeria to be accredited by the Uk’s Independent Association of Preparatory Schools. (IAPS). I need not tell long stories here because this is the 2nd most expensive secondary school in Nigeria. If you are interested in the school, I think the best thing to do is to go and see for your self how sophisticated education could be made to be.

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#1:. American International School, Lagos – N5.5 Million

Address: Behind 1004 Federal Estate Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.

Website: www.aislagos.org

The American International School of Lagos (AISL) is a private, coeducational school, which offers an American educational program for students of all nationalities in preschool through 12th grade. The curriculum at AISL is based on US national standards. AISL is fully accredited through the Council of International Schools and the Middle States Association. AISL is an International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) World School. I am glad to inform you that the fees here are paid only in the US Dollars. This is a breakdown of the core annual school fees of this world class school for the 2014/2015 Session:

*.Application fee: $586
*.Registration fee: $11,715
*.Annual capital Levy: $2,662
*.6th – 8th (Middle School): $24,101
*.9th – 12th (High School): $27,638
*.Special Assessment Fee: $9,010
*.English Language Learners (ELL): $5,946
*.Student Support: $5,946.

What do you think about spending so much for a child’s education, especially in our country, considering the wide gap between the rich and the poor, and some other factors? Is it right after all or do you think it is sheer extravagance?

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