Secondary Schools

King’s College School Fees For JS 1-3 And Admission Info

King’s College Lagos is a boys-only school and remains one of the best secondary schools in Nigeria. The school is for boarding and day students. The college falls under Unity schools which are being managed by the Federal Ministry of Education. The tuition fees of King’s College is free, however, there are other expenses that will be incur by any parents that want to send their child to the school.

Admission into King’s College Lagos is not conducted by the school but by the Federal Ministry of Education. So your child will have to write the National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) and perform well before he can be offered admission. The NCEE is for all candidates who want to be admitted to any of the Unity schools in Nigeria.

Read: How to check admission list of Federal Unity Schools

For a candidate to be eligible for admission into King’s College, he must be at least 11 Years of age and maximum of 17 years during the academic session.

Furthermore, the admission into the school is strictly by merit after a candidate has successfully passed NCEE.

King’s College Lagos School Fees

ExpensesJS 1 (Naira)JS 2 (Naira)JS 3 (Naira)
Tuition Feefreefreefree
Blazers5,500
Boarding Fees (per term)15,00015,00015,000
Club and Society500500500
Exercise Books (per session)3,0003,0003,000
Extra lesson2,0002,0002,000
Insurance5,0005,0005,000
Medical1,0001,0001,000
Security1,0001,0001,000
Sport500500500
Stationery500500500
Text books deposit12,00012,00010,000
Uniform14,000 per set
Utilities1,0001,0001,000
Vocational1,0001,0001,000
Website/e-result/ICT3,0003,0003,000
BECE10,000
Total65,00045,50053,500

The amount in the table above is for students who want to stay in the boarding house. The day students will pay other necessary bills except the boarding fees. The amount is approved by the Federal Government for students in JS 1, JS 2, and JS 3 who want to study in the college.

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Bolarinwa Olajire

A lecturer, Educationist, PhD student at FUNAAB, and a Blogger.

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  1. Hope Okoro says:

    I don’t understand the payment about the school uniforms

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