Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Parents and caregivers want to ensure that their children are safe, respected, and able to learn when they are at school.

Admission FAQs

The guardian/parent is required to purchase a  form which helps us collect important information about the student. The student is expected to take an entrance examination to determine which class will be best for them. Additional details on admission can be found here.

We cater to children from 3 months up till the age of 17.  We have an impressive crèche (3 months – 17 months) and preschool (18 months – 4 years). We also have an elementary school  (5 years – 10 years), secondary (11 years – 15 years). Lastly, we provide Ontario Secondary School Diploma (16+).

The maximum number of students for every class is 20. This number is preferred to ensure absolute concentration from students and considerable supervision from teachers.

The application form is N20, 000 only and can be purchased either on our website here or right at the front desk of the school.

You can get our application form physically from the school or online via our website here.

Students are accepted into boarding schools from the primary level, specifically from age 10. Our confidence in the safety and well-being of our students is our top priority. Read more about our excellent boarding facilities here

We operate both boarding and day school systems. For more information about the boarding school click here.

Academic FAQs

To be a world-class learning institution that ensures that all students have the opportunity to reach their personal best academically and socially in order to become leaders of the future.

To combine a strong and highly professional team of staff with state-of-the-art technology and facilities that will enhance creative and independent learning. To promote the fundamental tenet of unity in diversity of cultures, and becoming the beacon of moral, academic, and technological excellence.

Yes, we do. The school has a Special Education Needs (SEN) unit that provides inclusive learning for students with special educational needs. The department has a team of professionally qualified teachers and therapists that provide support, advice, and teaching for these wonderful students

Parents and guardians can easily access mid-term and end-term results through the results portal. Parents and guardians are also encouraged to speak with teachers about their child's/ward's progress during Open Day held every term.

Grenville runs programs that allow students to earn Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or the  West African Examination Certificate (WAEC)  to secondary graduates. Students prepared for a year and go on to perform very well in both qualifying exams. Grenville schools also offer preparatory courses and other examinations such as SATs, TOEFL, DELF and IELTS on request.

At Grenville School, we aim to develop our students in every sphere. We offer an array of sports activities such as football, basketball, lawn tennis, table tennis, swimming, athletics, taekwondo, and ballet. For more information on our physical education department, click here.

Yes, we do. For more information on this, contact us here.

Yes, we provide healthy, nutritious cooked meals for the students. Kindly find the school's lunch timetable here.

Upon admission, the school creates a profile for every student on the school portal. Parents and students can always check for their results through the school portal here.

General FAQs

Payments of any form can only be made into the school's account, either through transfer or bank deposit. For more information on payment click here.

Grenville School's fee is very competitive and reflects the standard of services we offer at the school. For more information on the breakdown of school fees, kindly set up an appointment with our Chief Accounting Officer by contacting us here.

The school passes information to parents through diverse platforms. Upon admission, parents receive information via email and text message. We also have a very active social media filled with Grenville activities and educational content where interactions are always welcome!

Parents and guardians are can pay termly. A full breakdown is provided before each academic term. However, a discount is applied when school fees for an academic year are paid in full.

Yes but this is dependent on the academic strength of the student during the entrance exam. Grenville starts prepping students for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations from Year 10 and we strive to ensure that any student coming into Year 11 is adequately prepared.

The entrance exams come up three times a year. The three editions are usually in February, April, and July. The specific dates are sent out to prospective parents via text, email  and advertised on our social media platforms.