Eight things to know about Nigerian school that charges N42m per annum

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Charterhouse Lagos, a newly established school in Lekki, Lagos has been facing criticism after reports emerged that it charges an annual fee of N42 million.

The news of the exorbitant fee went viral on Sunday, April 21, and generated mixed reactions from Nigerians.

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Here are Eight things to know about the school:

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1. The name of the school is Charterhouse Lagos

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2. It is located in Lekki, Lagos

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3. N42m school fees per annum for each primary school student and N2 million as a non-refundable registration fee.

 

4. Charterhouse Lagos is the first British independent school in Nigeria.

5. The school will be launching in September 2024

 

6. Facilities will include fully connected classrooms, science and STEM labs, music, art, drama, and library spaces, an 800-seat professional standard theatre, a 25-metre competition pool, along with a learn-to-swim pool, an NBA standard indoor basketball stadium, outdoor and indoor football pitches.

7. The school will offer an international education for students aged 5 to 18 (Years 1 to 13) using the British curriculum and leading to the IGCSE and A-level qualifications.

 

8. The school building is in progress and will be completed in 3 phases with the initial facilities for Years 1 to 4 opening in September 2024.

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