Girls deserve good education to put them on the right part for the journey ahead.
There are a number of girls-only secondary schools in Nigeria that offer quality education and here is a list of them.
Vivian Fowler Memorial College is a leading all-girls school in Nigeria established on 8th January 1991 by Chief Dr (Mrs) Leila Fowler, MFR to promote the advancement of women through quality and functional education.
It offers a balanced education that develops students’ personal qualities to enable them to cope with life in universities both in and outside Nigeria.
Their curriculum is a blend of the British-Nigeria curricula in a dynamic, inspiring, and well-equipped learning environment which includes project work, field trips, workshops, seminars, and conferences.
It is located at Plot 5, Balogun Street, Billings Way, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.
Their school fees range between N500,000 – N950,000 per term for day students and N900,000 – N1,400,000 for boarding students per term.
It was founded on 9 April 1945 and the college began with two classes of 15 girls each and 4 nuns as full-time teachers.
Their mission is to provide a holistic education that will enable the girl child to develop into a well-formed person who is capable of joining hands with men and women of integrity to contribute her quota to the socio-political, economic and spiritual development of her nation and the world at large.
It is located at 12, Ojo Street, Ikoyi, Lagos.
Noble Hall Leadership Academy For Girls is a premier school that aims to provide an enriching learning environment for girls between the ages of 10-16.
Their mission is to provide a first-class educational environment for girls and to provide an educational system that will produce excellent students with a high sense of community, strong moral values (morality), and a vision for the future.
It is located at Plot 273 Institutes and Research District, By Idu Yard, Jabi-Airport Road, Off Coca Cola Junction, Abuja.
Louisville Girls High School Ijebu-Itele was established on January 11, 1998, is owned and managed by the Institute of the Sisters of St. Louis, a religious group of women.
The school boasts of state of the art day and boarding facilities.
It is located at Ijebu-Itele, Ogun State.
5. Lagoon School
Lagoon School was founded by the Nigerian Association for Women`s Advancement (NAWA), a not-for-profit and non-governmental educational and social trust dedicated to investing in the girl child for the good of society.
It started as an all-girls secondary school on 15th September 1995 with only fifty students in Surulere, Lagos before they moved to their permanent site in Lekki in April 2001.
It is a school founded on the inspirations and teachings of St. Josemaria (Founder of Opus Dei) who believed that parents are the primary educators of their children and is open to girls of all cultural, religious, and ethnic backgrounds.
It is located in Ladipo Omotesho cole Street, off Adewunmi Adebimpe Drive, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki – Epe expressway Lagos and it is a day only school.
The school was established on 21st September 2008 in the village of Dukpa in Gwagwalada Area Council, FCT. The school took off on that day with the arrival of the 30 students and has since increased.
Holy Rosary School boasts of modern equipment and high Christian moral value among students among other things.
Marywood Girls College, Ebute –Metta West, Lagos formerly called Marywood Girls Grammar School, is now owned by Lagos Archdiocese. The school strives for academic excellence in the context of a caring Christian community with the added emphasis of an educational provision relevant to the modern age in which we live and work. As at present, the school is growing with an increase in the population of students and members of staff.
A faith-based Catholic school with full boarding facilities, It is located at 31 Franklin Street Ebute-Meta West, Lagos.
Regina Pacis Girls Secondary School as it were, commenced full operation on the 22nd November 1991 at Pope John II Catholic center Wuse II with a population of about thirty(32) two students, three (3) Reverend Sisters, Four (4) Tutorial and Non-tutorial staff.
The name Regina Pacis Girls’ Secondary School was changed to Regina Pacis College during the re-accreditation of the Schools in the FCT in which it was stated that schools should be made to run both Junior and Senior Secondary schools.
It is located at No. 7, Ladoke Akintola Boulevard, Garki 2, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria.