See 9 Outstanding Secondary School in Nigeria that Will help Pass WAEC Once

The reward a student can give either his/her teachers or parents is to have an outstanding result in the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
Spending six years in a secondary school without having good performance to show for it is like a fruitless effort on the part of the school management and its reputation.
Here are 9 citadel of learning with outstanding WAEC results:

1. Loyola Jesuit college, Abuja

1. Loyola Jesuit college, Abuja

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The highly selective, six-year school has claimed the best results on the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) examinations for the past seven years. The school also had the best JAMB results for several of those years, and is thus regarded as one of the best in West Africa.
The school was opened on October 2, 1996, and is named after the Society’s founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola.

2. Marist Brothers’ Juniorate, Uturu

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It is owned and run by the Marist Brothers, the school was opened to the public 1981.
Teaching at the school is based on two ideas of morals and education. The school has a strong, moral, understanding and educative community of teachers and students working together to achieve the goal of education and success in the future.
3. Lumen Christi International high school, Uromi
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Lumen Christi International High School, Uromi is a catholic school founded in 1986 by Rev. Dr. P.E Ekpu.
The school is located at Uromi North East Edo state. In 2004, the school was named 4th best secondary school in West Africa and in 2009 she repeated the same position winning the best overall WAEC result.

4. Grundtvig International secondary school, Oba

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Grundtvig International secondary school is a Nigerian independent boarding school in Oba, Anambra state.
The school has repeatedly featured among the top ten performing schools in Nigeria based on its WAEC results. It was also ranked fifth in Nigeria 2014.

5. Mea Mater Elizabeth high school, Agbani

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In the 2015 WAEC exams, Mea Mater Elizabeth high School was ranked 7th place out of more than 80,000 secondary schools in Nigeria. The school was also noted as one of the best performed schools in Africa in the year 2011.
The private Nigerian secondary school institution and boarding school was opened in September 2004. It is located in the village of Ojiagu in Agbani, Enugu. 

6. Christ the King College, Gwagwalada

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Christ the King College (CKC) is a Catholic mission secondary school, established in 1991 by Late Dominic Cardinal Ekandem.
C.K.C aims at producing young school graduates, who are knowledgeable, trustworthy, God fearing, patriotic and responsible. Such are to become polished leaders without bias or frontier.

7. The Lagoon secondary school, Lekki

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Lagoon School is a private all-girls secondary school located in Lekki, in Lagos state. The school aims at investing in the Nigerian girl child for the good of the society.

8. Graceland International School, Port-Harcourt

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Graceland has a proud history of providing a high standard of education. The school is one of the 5 star rated schools in Nigeria and known for its all-round excellence worldwide.
Graceland has proven its leadership in academics, morals and extra-curricular achievements.

9. Nigerian Turkish International College, Kaduna

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NTIC strives to provide quality education using the Nigerian academic curriculum. The learning institution creates a conducive environment for learning, with the aid of modern classrooms and laboratories equipped classrooms.
Cc:
http://www.myportalng.org/

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