11. Hillcrest School, Jos – N2.65 million
Address: 13 Old Bukuru Road. P.O.Box 652, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria.
Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt seem to be taking the greater chunk of these expensive schools, but here we come with one of them located in the Northern part of the country, Jos. Hillcrest School is a private, co-educational day school situated in the city of Jos in Nigeria which is a K-12th grade International Christian School with an American curriculum.
A significant number of her students come from Nigeria, but a good number come from other countries. The school is owned and operated by eight missions/church organizations.
Annually almost all graduates are admitted into North American universities. That’s why it is no doubt patronized by only the elite and rich.
10. Loyola Jesuit, Abuja – N2.8 million
Address: Karu-Karshi Road, Gidan Mangoro, Abuja.
Loyola Jesuit College opened with JS 1 in 1996. It is a full co-educational private boarding school, with teaching and supervision from members of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), and specially trained and dedicated lay teachers.
The school is located in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, situated on a 28.5-hectare site in the village of Gidan Mangoro. The school provides an atmosphere conducive to focused learning.
They charge as much as N2,800,000 per student. Loyola Jesuit College is one of the most sought-after secondary schools in Nigeria.
The school is very selective when it comes to admitting new students, making it difficult for many people to school there. For LJC, I’ll say, it’s not only about the cost, but the much cherished quality education is also certain.