Renowned primary school in Lagos, The Kids’ Court Schools, is taking its tradition of excellence up a notch by launching The Court Hill College in time for the 2021- 2022 academic session.
Located in a serene area in Opebi-Ikeja, Lagos, The Court Hill College is positioning itself as an international high school operating with the highest global standards, in a conducive and engaging environment.
“The Court Hill College is committed to developing outstanding young people with the skills, resilience and initiative to flourish in a rapidly changing world where students are prepared for a life of success. This is in furtherance of our academic strides in the last 12 years with the Kid’s Court School,” said Abimbola Ogundere, founder and CEO, Kids’ Court Schools, in a statement.
The college is mixing a strong academic focus with a stimulating curriculum and a rich, diverse co-curricular program.
Equipped with a well-resourced library, fully fitted computing rooms, laboratories, art, design and music studios, multipurpose sports court, swimming pool, outdoor cafe, rooftop and other relaxation areas, collaboration and creativity studio and more, the college is eager to welcome parents, wards and students seeking a wholistic high school experience and the best quality education possible.
The college has also secured a highly qualified and globally certified academic faculty and is committed to delivering education that enhances not only all round personal development of each student but also the discovery and mastery of innate talents relevant in today’s economy and society.
Ogundere said the schools’ core value of excellent pastoral care is the foundation on which its high standards in all areas is built and is the foundation for its transformational learning ethos guaranteed to enable students to flourish while they are in school, she added.
The college offers International GCSEs, WAEC, NECO, BECE, Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations and enrolment is currently ongoing with entrance examinations fixed for Saturday, 19 June 2021.