To be the leading British international educational institution in Nigeria.
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.
Creativity. Respect. Integrity. Confidence. Service.
It is a great pleasure to welcome people to Grange School, a private day and boarding school for boys and girls from Reception to Year 11, based in Ikeja GRA, Lagos, Nigeria. Since Grange School was established in 1958 under the motto “A Culture of Continuous Improvement”, the School has sought to support, educate and inspire students to become confident young men and women who will revel in the challenges within a modern day global society.
Grange School is an open and inclusive community of learners, serving the need of young people and their families. We want our students to develop curiosity, imagination and confidence in themselves. We want them to be compassionate and caring, thoughtful of others. We want them to think and problem solve, as well as develop independence, and personal and social responsibility. We want them to aspire to be the best they can be.
We believe in rich learning that extends beyond knowledge, to deeper understanding and the development of wisdom. So much of that happens through learning experiences and challenges, as well as through the guidance and encouragement of highly qualified, talented and passionate staff, eager themselves to further their own learning in the interests of their students. Our staff believes in the value of each individual student, and are committed to their growth – from the youngest years, through adolescence to their final examinations, graduation and life beyond school.
Grange School offers a healthy environment, with rich opportunities beyond the classroom. Through involvement in sports, debating, creative and performing arts, leadership and service, our students discover their creativity, teamwork, work/life balance, and other life lessons they will take with them after graduating. It is our goal that each student will go from strength to strength, develop courage and resilience, and have a strong sense of self, so they can go on to shape their worlds into the future.
We also believe passionately in coeducation, where girls and boys, and young men and women, learn how to learn and lead together in a respectful environment.
This website is merely a glimpse of the richness and diversity of the learning experiences at our School and within our community. I warmly invite you to come and visit us, to meet our staff and students and to experience Grange School for yourself.
Ms. Abra Stoakley
Head of School