6 Harold Shodipo Crescent, PO Box 22, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Founded by a group of British expatriates interested in an English-medium education for their children equivalent to that found in the United Kingdom, Grange follows the English National Curriculum from age 5 through the IGCSE examinations. The youngest children develop basic skills in English (speaking, listening, reading and writing), math, science, design and technology, computers, history, geography, art and design, music and physical education. Hands-on learning gains increasing prominence as students progress, with field trips employed as a supplement to classroom activities. During the first three years of the secondary school (grades 6-8), pupils engage in a full range of subjects, while also taking part in creative pursuits and athletics. The school places considerable emphasis on independent learning and research skills during these years. Grange's program culminates in the two years leading up to the IGCSE exams. Boys and girls at this level continue taking the compulsory subjects of English, math and foreign language, then add courses in their chosen subjects. Students typically sit for eight or nine IGCSEs.
|Academic Orientation||General Academic|
|Grade Range||Day — Coed Grades K-10|
|Coed, Boys, or Girls||Coed|
|Full Address||6 Harold Shodipo Crescent, PO Box 22, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria|
|Administrator||William S. Pope|