See the Primary school in Nigeria that students pay 2.5million
The foundation of a child’s education goes a long way into determining the standard of his academics excellence in the future. That’s why parents desire to give their children a good academic foundation so they could easily scale through excellence as they develop.
Most primary schools don’t inculcate the right knowledge to the students and since end up making them unprepared for secondary and higher education.
This is the reason parents usually wants their children to attend the best primary schools.
Norwegian International School usually abbreviated as NIS is a primary school established in 1983.
The school which is located at 11 Rotimi Amaechi Road, New GRA, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The school has a nursery and primary school.
Their fees for new students according to the school 2020 prospectus are 250,000 naira as enrolment fee, payment of 250,000 naira for development fee, and the basic 1,843,750 Naira for tuition. Furthermore, an extra £600 and a token of 20,000 Naira for PTA is also made.
A proper summation of these values gives a total of 2,547,647 million Naira. Thus, students are to pay that amount in full before studying at the prestigious school.
The school’s curriculum is different from most schools as it comprises elements of the English National Curriculum, in conjunction to the curricular standards of the Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) and an additional International General Certificate of Secondary Education. This factor makes them unique from others and most especially the school’s environment is accommodative for learning.