With the fast growing rate of industrialization and busy lifestyle in the nation’s capital, finding a good secondary school for your children/wards can be a difficult thing, but we strive to make that decision easier. Without further ado, below are 5 best secondary schools in Abuja:
Nigerian Turkish International College (NTIC)
Nigerian Turkish International College is located at plot 152 Ahmadu Bello way by Kashim way, Wuse 2 Abuja. Established in 1998, the School operates on a Turkish based curriculum with excellent facilities and a well equipped staff. NTIC aims to prepare students to be competent future leaders and has participated and won in various competitions including representing Nigeria in international competitions. The school fosters extra-curricular activities as well to boost learning. Nigerian Turkish International College is rated the best school in science and mathematics in Nigeria.
American International School of Abuja (AISA)
American International School of Abuja is a day school that trains children from age 3 to 18. The school is located at plot 346 Cadastral zone, Durumi district. Established in 1993, the school runs on an American based curriculum and is aimed at preparing students to continue their education abroad. The School operates on a different calendar comprising of two semesters, from August to December and from January to June. Her facilities are excellent with a competent staff managed by a governing body. AISA is technology inclined with access to iPads for students and interactive whiteboards in the classrooms. The School propels friendly learning and extracurricular activities as a means to boost learning.
Loyola Jesuit College (LJC)
Loyola Jesuit College meets academic standards by all means. The school was established in 1996 and is located at Gidan Mangoro, Abuja Municipal. The school is a boarding school and is widely known for the academic excellence of her students, various competitions attesting for it. The school operates on a Nigerian based curriculum with excellent facilities and a highly competent staff. Loyola Jesuit College is regarded as one of the best schools in West Africa.
Lead British International School (LBIS)
Lead British International School is located at Aliyu Mustdafa street, opposite Trafford hotel, 2nd Avenue Gwarimpa. The school was established in 2007 and operates on a British and Nigerian based curriculum with modern infrastructure in a conducive environment. The school has well experienced teachers and competent staff. Lead British International School aims to provide world class educational standards for her students.
International Community School (ICS)
International Community School is located at plot 75,off Citec road Dakibiyu and was established in 1998. The school aims to provide quality Christian international education for her students. ICS has stood the test of time and has since grown from its initial of 8 to about 500 students including foreigners. Operating on an American based curriculum, the school has excellent facilities for learning and experienced staff.