Charterhouse debuts in Nigeria

Charterhouse, a renowned British independent educational institution, is opening its first school in Lagos, Nigeria. This marks the fusion of British school heritage with modern education practices in West Africa.

The school is currently under construction on a vast 70-hectare site in Lekki, Lagos, with an estimated $150 million investment. The first primary school students will start in September 2024, with plans to accommodate students from ages 5 to 18 in the future.

Charterhouse Lagos

John Todd, the Founding Head of Charterhouse Lagos, is excited about this new venture, emphasizing the school’s commitment to providing world-class education in Lagos.

The campus, set for Phase 1 completion in September 2024, will feature various facilities, including STEAM labs, art studios, an Aquatics Center, sports fields, a gym, and more. Future phases include boarding houses, athletic facilities, a library, and performing arts spaces.

Charterhouse Lagos invites families to explore its educational opportunities and aims to provide a multicultural environment with British education standards.

Charterhouse Lagos

Distinguished guests at the launch, including the Governor of Lagos State and the British Deputy High Commissioner, praised the collaboration between Charterhouse and the government and highlighted the importance of quality education.

Charterhouse Lagos offers a blend of British traditions and modern teaching to inspire young leaders and innovators in a digital age while prioritizing academic excellence and well-being.

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Simha Asuquo contributes from Lagos, Nigeria

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