Charterhouse Lagos: Inside Photos of 'Most Expensive Primary School' in Nigeria that Charges N42m

Charterhouse Lagos: Inside Photos of 'Most Expensive Primary School' in Nigeria that Charges N42m

  • Pictures of the mind-boggling interior of the newly commissioned Charterhouse Lagos, the most expensive school in Nigeria, have blown Nigerians away
  • The architectural design is out of this world and seems fair for its N42 million school fees per annum
  • Many Nigerians have, however, criticised the school's fees and wondered what made it different from other primary schools

Charterhouse Lagos has released pictures of the world-class facilities in its newly opened primary school.

The primary school is located at Ogombo Road, Ogombo, Lekki, Lagos.

Inside Charterhouse Lagos, the most expensive primary school in Nigeria
Charterhouse Lagos is reportedly the most expensive primary school in Nigeria. Photo Credit: Charterhouse Lagos
Source: UGC

Charterhouse released the photos on its official website, and they are trending again on social media as people share their thoughts on its state-of-the-art facilities and interior.

It is the first British independent school in West Africa and part of the prestigious Charterhouse family of schools. The application fee is N2 million per child.

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Its school fees is N42 million, making it one of the most expensive primary schools in Nigeria.

Check out pictures of Charterhouse Lagos primary school here.

Nigerians share their thoughts on Charterhouse Lagos

Adeyemi Yekini said:

"They are not serious. Even Emefiele will struggle to pay that amount for 11 years of primary and secondary education."

Okwuchukwu Oparaku said:

"Anything that made me to pay that 42M, everybody in my family will start nursery school there till PhD level and upon graduation, you will employ all of them in that school, don’t forget that the 42M I paid covers, our life time feeding, medicals, clothings and holidays trip for life! Inukwa 42M for secondary school lobish."

Babatunde Francis said:

"Make we no lie this school na baba.

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"E dey enter my eyes for my unborn children.
"God punish poverty."

Ajala A. Habib said:

"One day I'll have the money to take my Children there, bi-idnillah and take them somewhere sensibly cheaper."

Ibrahim Jamila said:

"Money wey i go use build borehole for my community na him I go carry pay for just one child?
"If school fee of primary & sec school pass 500k or 1m count me out."

Charterhouse Lagos explains why it charges N42m

Meanwhile, had previously reported that Charterhouse Lagos had explained why it charges N42 million per annum per child.

Reacting to the development in an interview with the Nigerian Tribune, Charterhouse's director of communications, admissions, and marketing, Damilola Olatunbosun, defended the whopping amount the school charges.

He said that while people can express their opinions and feelings about their fees, parents interested in bringing their children to Charterhouse are not complaining.


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