Top 10 Most Expensive Secondary Schools & Colleges in Nigeria (2023)

Some of the most expensive secondary schools in Nigeria are mostly international secondary schools.

most expensive secondary schools in nigeria

These schools run both Nigeria and foreign curriculum to aid the students transition into foreign universities smoothly.

Quality education doesn’t come cheap and these expensive secondary schools offer both top notch academic programs and skills as well as student’s overall development.

As expected, the most expensive secondary schools in Nigeria are mostly found in the Nigeria top cities of Lagos, Abuja & Port Harcourt.

Fees paid at some of these secondary schools and colleges for every session equals the entire saving of an average Nigerian.

Are these high fees justifiable for the level of education? Many says is all about choice. The question of whether the academic services offered is a match for the huge fees charged does not come up as it is obvious.

In this article, Nigerian Informer will be discussing 10 most expensive secondary schools / colleges in Nigeria.

Nigeria Most Expensive Secondary Schools

American International School, Lagos

One of the most expensive secondary schools in Nigeria is American International school Lagos.

The school operates both Nigerian and American curriculum. It was founded in 1964 and located in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Tuition fee for American International school, Lagos ranges between ₦4.5 – ₦5.5 Million for every session.

British International School, Lagos

On the list is British International School Located at Landbridge Avenue, Oniru Private Estate, Victoria Island, Lagos.

It is a multinational secondary school founded in 2001. Tuition fee at British international school Lagos ranges between ₦3.8 – ₦4.8 Million per session.

Lekki British International School, Lagos

At Lekki British International school Lagos, student’s tuition fee is pegged at around ₦3.7 – ₦4.8 million for every session. The students, however, enjoys a wide range of services provided by the school.

Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja

Loyola Jesuit College is a top secondary school in Abuja. It is also one of the highly expensive colleges in Nigeria.

The co-educational secondary school established in 1996 is manned by society of Jesus popularly known as Jesuit.

For every academic session, students of the noble college pay around ₦2.8 million for tuition.

Greensprings School, Lagos

The reputable Greensprings school Lagos is up on the list of Nigerian most expensive secondary schools with tuition fee of around ₦1.9 – ₦3.1Million for every academic year.

Day Waterman College, Abeokuta

The exceptional Day Waterman College Abeokuta provides quality learning environment and facilities to students.

The co-educational secondary is situated at Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State. Tuition fee at Day Waterman College cost around ₦3.6 million for every session.

Whiteplains British Schools, Abuja

whiteplain British Schools, Abuja is one of the top schools in Nigeria with high tuition fee. The college boost of modern learning facilities and great infrastructure. Tuition at Whiteplains is billed around ₦3.7 Million.

Atlantic Hall, Lagos

Atlantic Hall, Lagos located at Poka, Epe is a top-notch secondary school. It is also co-educational full boarding school.

School fees at Atlantic Hall is around ₦2.2 million for every session.

Hillcrest School, Jos

Hillcrest School Jos is the most expensive secondary school in northern Nigeria and one of the costliest in Nigeria.

The college is located at Jos, the capital of Plateau state. School fees at Hillcrest school, Jos is billed around ₦2.7 million.

Grange High School, Lagos

Grange High School Lagos is on the list of Nigeria elite high schools. It is also an expensive secondary school where students pay around ₦4 million as school fees for every academic session.


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Emmanuel Igwenagu

Igwenagu Emmanuel is the founder of Nigerian Informer. He holds B.A, M.Sc in Mass Communication. He is a Communication researcher and 112 emergency help line dispatcher.

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