Lekki British School, an International school that provides the highest possible standard of education to its students has announced its entrance examination date for the 2018/2019 academic session.
The Entrance Examination is scheduled to hold on the 2nd of December, at the school’s hall, located at Victoria Arobieke, Off Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, even as entrance application forms are currently being sold at the school premises.
A Press Statement signed by the school management hinted that students that wish to transfer from various curricula or other prospective students are required to take an entrance examination and also go through an informal interview, which would form part of the overall assessment.
While assuring that admission into the school will not be based on ethnic, religious or social bias, the management reiterated its commitment to providing an enabling environment for all its students to be empowered with the highest education standard to enable them compete in an increasingly competitive global environment.
Speaking on the ongoing enrollment exercise for the 2018/2019 academic session, the management urged interested applicants to pick up their forms at the school premises before the entrance exam date.
Lekki British School was established in September 2000 on a 25-acre campus within the Lekki Peninsula area of Lagos in South Western, Nigeria. It is the first British Boarding school in Lagos Nigeria. It consists of three schools, namely: Lekki British Pre School, Lekki British Junior School and Lekki British High School
Its mission statement is “To provide an environment in which each individual is assisted to discover his or her academic potential in study, sports and personal development”.
LBS aims to allow every child discover and develop their unique talents within a disciplined and caring traditional British environment.
Lekki British High School has a unique ethos of excellence that permeates all aspects of school life, making the experience of learning holistic as students have access to support, advice and guidance”, said the management.