TRIPLECROSS NURSERY & PRIMARY SCHOOL

A welcoming place for every child

1st AGES NURSERY & PRIMARY SCHOOL

Give your child the best start

TRIPLECROSS HIGH SCHOOL

Conducive learning enviroment

TRIPLECROSS SCHOOLS

Triplecross Schools is built on the Solid Rock.The original Owner and Master builder being God Himself. The foundation is on God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. ‘It is not my school, it is not my school, it is God’s school, has always been the confession of the visioner. This is why Triplecross Schools should be nicknamed ‘Aditu Jesu’ (God’s mystery).Triplecross Schools is a name that comes readily to mind when you are looking for a good educational foundation for your child, our years of outstanding academic excellence and moral standard of our students speaks for itself.

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TRIPLECROSS SCHOOLS

Triplecross Schools has over 20 years historic performance in academic excellence and moral standards. It is a place of learning where moral and academic excellence standards are uncompromised.

Our curricular and co-curricular activities is geared towards producing the total child. Besides academics, we have such activities ranging from clubs and societies, cultural day celebration (where we promote / celebrate Nigeria’s cultural heritage) and inter-house sports competitons to excursion or educational trips to relevant places, visit to orphanages and Remand homes etc. Our pictures placed within will surely speak for themselves.

1ST AGES SCHOOL

1st Ages School offers high quality education, such that the children are groomed not to only think clearly and independently but also develop in the ability to analyse, synthesize and make decisions. We’re a more than just childcare centre, our engaging curriculum is backed by qualified and experienced teachers. Nothing is more important than your child’s well-being.

NURSERY & PRIMARY SCHOOL

Our children who passed from the primary school to the secondary school are doing excellently well. We just had some of them in our secondary section who had 7 distinctions and 2 credits, another had 4 distinctions and 5 credits, yet another had 5 distinctions and 5 credits which is as a result of the foundation they had in our primary school.       

HIGH SCHOOL

From the beginning till now; God’s grace and wisdom is sufficient for us, the first set of students we presented for WAEC were children who did not pass our entrance exam, they scored as low as 35% but after their six years of high quality education, they all had distinctions and credits in every subject including English and mathematics.   

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

ADMISSION AND 2021 ENTRANCE EXAMS

We’re delighted you’re interested in joining our school.
Triplecross High School is admitting students interested in taking courses from Junior Secondary to Senior Secondary.
Kindly send an email to secondary@triplecrossschools.com to book for entrance examinations

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