HISTORY


Nigeria-Ghana International School is a government approved private co-educational institution composed of Junior and Senior Secondary School.


The founding fathers of Nigeria-Ghana International School turned their lofty dream of a school into reality in September 2006 when they hit the ground running in a seemingly modest way at No. 8, Alex Ekwueme way, Jabi-Abuja. These noble men and women had a grand plan up their sleeves to grow the school faster than anybodyís expectation. In September 2011, the school permanent site located in the serenity of Kuje Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, was inaugurated.


With a humble beginning and massive capital investment, the school has experienced a sustainable and progressive growth in studentsí population but this is well controlled to an appreciable level to maintain quality and standards. The school has modern state-of-the-art infrastructures. These infrastructural facilities include magnificent hostels, spacious and well ventilated classrooms, well equipped laboratories, library, a large dining hall, staff quarters, sporting facilities, decent places of worship for both faiths and a JAMB/UTME accredited Computer Based Test (CBT) centre, as well as recreational facilities among others.


In spite of the existence of these excellent infrastructural facilities and the quality of staff in the college, infrastructural and human resource capacity developments have been ongoing in order to maintain excellent and qualitative educational services. These are, therefore, the dynamics that make the school distinct, outstanding and progressive in the educational sector. As it aims at becoming the leader in the delivery of quality basic and secondary education in Nigeria, the minimum qualification for teaching appointment in the school is a bachelorís degree in the Arts or Sciences.


The school has experienced Nigerian and Ghanaian graduate professional teachers who are capable of transforming of nobody to somebody in the academic field.