Queens College Lagos School Fees | Contact Number

Queens College Lagos School Fees: If you’re looking to find all the information about Queens College Lagos school fees before applying for admission, you’re in the right place. Here is a detailed description of Queens College Lagos school fees.Queens College Lagos School Fees

Queens College Lagos School Fees Details

  • Tuition: free;
  • Boarding fee: ₦15,000 (per term);
  • Blazer: ₦5,500;
  • Exercise books: ₦3,000 (per session);
  • Clubs and societies: ₦500;
  • Extra lessons: ₦2,000;
  • Medical: ₦1,000;
  • Insurance: ₦5,000;
  • Security: ₦1,000;
  • Stationery: ₦500;
  • Sports: ₦500;
  • Textbook deposit: ₦12,000;
  • Uniform: ₦14,000 (per set);
  • Vocational: ₦1,000;
  • Utility: ₦1,000;
  • ICT/e-result/website: ₦3,000;

Total amount: 65,000.

Additional Information and Contact

Queen’s College Yaba, Lagos, has been around since 1927. It was established during the times when Nigeria was still a British colony and it is still open to this day. Presently, they have about 3,000 students and 300 teachers. The school is girls only (boys have Kings College) and it offers numerous activities for its students, both during classes and after.

Students who wants to apply for admission must be between 11 and 17 years old, they have to pass the entrance exams and write an essay about why they want to be admitted to Queens College. The candidates are then shortlisted by merit by the Federal Ministry of Education, so getting into this school is quite a big deal.

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If you want to learn more about the school, including its mission and vision, go to www.queenscollegelagos.com.ng.

If you still have some questions left regarding the fees, contact Queens College via e-mail on info@queenscollegelagos.com.ng, call the number +2348033000000 or leave an inquiry at www.queenscollegelagos.com.ng/contact. The website is not all that functional but you can contact them the channels listed above or you can even visit the school.