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I am really pleased to introduce our school to you and explain the vision for the education of our pupils. It starts a conversation and process which will see your child well supported in coming to Grange. After more than thirty-five years’ as an educationalist and as a father myself, I know how important a school is that offers quality learning with high expectations.I am passionate and committed to maintaining the ethos and traditions of Grange, whilst ensuring the school continues to provide quality all-round 21st century experiences. Our aim, that all pupils are part of ‘a culture of continuous improvement’ underpins our work and values for those in our care. I want all our children to fulfil their potential and promise.

I certainly expect pupils to attain the qualifications they need for further and higher education and for adult working life. I also desire them to experience a richness and diversity of personal, social and recreational opportunities. I believe education is a partnership between school, parents and the child... Read More

Our Vision

"To be the leading British international educational institution in Nigeria."

Our Mission

"To provide an excellent English curriculum education whilst embracing Nigerian history and culture within a creative and motivating environment, developing life-long learners who will become global leaders."

Core Values

  • Confidence
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Creativity
  • Service
Grange School was founded in September 1958. It was established as a primary school to provide education equivalent to that which was obtainable in the UK.

Flying to the UK during the 1950's and 1960's was not as straight forward and smooth as it is today. There were no direct flights to England. At that time, children came to Nigeria to be with their families while on school holidays, and then had to fly back to the UK when schools re-open to continue their education in the United Kingdom. A trip to the UK in those days could take up to two full days, with stop overs in Liberia and Rome.

The idea of a school in Ikeja grew from about May 1957 when a group of interested parents applied to the West African Airways Corporation for permission to rent one of its buildings for use as a school.

The group formed Grange Education Limited as a Company to be run as a non-profit making organization, and based on GRA NiGEria, called Grange School... Read More
May the Lord Bless and keep us.
May the Lord be kind to us.
And look on us with favour.
May the Lord shed the light
Of his countenance upon us
And give us peace
Now and forever more.

Surely, God is always watching,
Never sleeping
Jehovah himself is caring for us.

AMEN
In the heart of Lagos,
Our School stands supreme.
Recalling past success,
We’ll do our level best,
To uphold the dream.
When we work and when we play,
What we know and who we are
Make the School the best by far.
We improve in every way.

Our faith and love are strong,
Sing it loud and sing it long,
Sing it loud and sing it long,
We’re from Grange-so hear our song.

From the humble start,
Grange has set herself apart,
As the place to grow and thrive,
Where our hopes will come alive.
In our minds and in our hearts.
Courage, charity and care,
Dedicated, true and fair,
Are the mottos here at Grange,
And they’ll never, ever change

Our faith and love are strong,
Sing it loud and sing it long,
Sing it loud and sing it long,
We’re from Grange-so hear our song.

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Grange School shines at Zenith Bank swimming

Grange School  at the weekend won  the Ikoyi Club 1938 inter-school swimming gala for Secondary Schools after amassing 12 gold, 11 silver and eight bronze.

British International School finished second with  eight gold, seven silver and two bronze while Children’s International Schools came third after winning five silver and six bronze at the event sponsored by Zenith Bank.

Fifteen-year-old Nulia Nwokolo was the star athlete for Grange as she won four gold in 15-16 years butterfly girls,  backstroke girls, freestyle girls and freestyle relay girls.

Amaka Kanu of XFactor team won the best overall female award,  with Omooluwani Obatoyinbo of BIS going home with the best overall male award.

Adewole Adekoye of Grange was the best 11-12 male  athlete while the female version  was won by Amaka Kanu of XFactor. The best 13-14 award went to Obatoyinbo of BIS as Feechi Odinkalu also of BIS won the female category.

Olaseni Adekeye and Nwokolo of Grange won the best 15-16 male and female respectively.

The chairman, swimming section of Ikoyi Club 1938, Segun Adekoya, commended  Zenith Bank for sponsoring the competition.

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Grange School shines at Zenith Bank swimming

Published February 6, 2017

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Grange School  at the weekend won  the Ikoyi Club 1938 inter-school swimming gala for Secondary Schools after amassing 12 gold, 11 silver and eight bronze.

British International School finished second with  eight gold, seven silver and two bronze while Children’s International Schools came third after winning five silver and six bronze at the event sponsored by Zenith Bank.

Fifteen-year-old Nulia Nwokolo was the star athlete for Grange as she won four gold in 15-16 years butterfly girls,  backstroke girls, freestyle girls and freestyle relay girls.

Amaka Kanu of XFactor team won the best overall female award,  with Omooluwani Obatoyinbo of BIS going home with the best overall male award.

Adewole Adekoye of Grange was the best 11-12 male  athlete while the female version  was won by Amaka Kanu of XFactor. The best 13-14 award went to Obatoyinbo of BIS as Feechi Odinkalu also of BIS won the female category.

Olaseni Adekeye and Nwokolo of Grange won the best 15-16 male and female respectively.

The chairman, swimming section of Ikoyi Club 1938, Segun Adekoya, commended  Zenith Bank for sponsoring the competition.

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