SCHOOLS IN GBAGADA AND THEIR CONTACTS

SCHOOLS IN GBAGADA AND THEIR CONTACTS

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Hi sweet-pies, have you been searching for how to get the addresses and phone numbers of all schools in Gbagada, Lagos State when thinking of the school to put your children? What about you marketers? Media houses? Have you all been looking for the addresses of schools in Gbagada, Lagos State to drop your proposals? Well nothing to worry about , we have got you covered on “Ogefash”  Blog

While dropping some proposals some weeks back, I decided to also jot down the correct addresses and phone numbers of those schools for you all. I know it would be beneficial to ya all…

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The below contains lists of schools in Gbagada, Lagos State, Nigeria  as well as their addresses and contacts. Feel free to update the list via the comment box, if any school in Gbadada is not on the list or if any school was wrongly typed. Thanks!

 

SCHOOLS ADDRESSES AND CONTACTS
1.       Emerald School Kiddies Land

Emerald School Montessori

23, Adenuga Street, Ifako, Gbagada, Lagos State

Phone numbers: (08110647634)

8/10 Olawale Daodu Street, Ifako,- Gbagada Lagos.

Email: eemeraldgb@gmail.com

Website: www.emeraldschools.com

2.       The Treasured Child’s Haven Phone numbers: 07098821070, 01-7913651
3.       Tyke Nursery and Primary School Plot 24, Jumoke Apara, Oshodi Street, Off Lanre Awolokun Road, Gbagada Phase II

Phone numbers: 09083273606; 08023210595; 07055438196

Email: enquiries@tykeschools.com

Website: www.tykeschools.com

4.       Totally Schools 38 & 40, Lanre Awolokun Street, Gbagada.

Phone numbers: 08175556530; 08175556533; 08067758111

Email: info@totallykids.net

5.       Valentina Montessori School 28, Lanre Awolokun Street, Gbagada Phase II

Phone Number: 08091096553

6.       Lantana Private School 5, Toworola Street, Gbagada Estate

Phone numbers: 08037879707; 08055420378; 08023062471

Email: lantanaday73@yahoo.com; dupejoshua@yahoo.com

 

7.       Gemseed Children Academy Plot 233, Jumoke Apara- Oshodi close, off Baptist Church Street, Gbagada Phase II, Lagos state.

Phone numbers: 08023318457; 09095926063

8.       Kholia School 8, Gbeyiola Close,behind Matina College.

Phone number: 08029441346

9.       Spring Worth School 15, Salu Onikoyi Street (Beside UBA), Ifako- Gbagada.

Phone numbers: 09036588421; 08056550135; 08023163621

10.   Ellahenri School 58, Diya Street, Gbagada Lagos.

Phone numbers: 08023139289; 08057341937

Email: ellahenrischool@gmail.com

11.   Prime-Rose Montessori School 2, Bunmi Joseph Close, Gbagada Estate.

Phone numbers: 08023210817; 08103758999

12.   Zarah School A5, Lanre Awolokun Street, Gbagada Phase II, via Mobil petrol station, Gbagada.

Phone numbers: 07025046176

Email: zarahprepschool@gmail.com

13.   Pelade School 36, Ajayi Aina Street, Ifako-Gbagada.

Phone numbers: 080238354946; 08060219530, 08023215012

Email: info@peladenurseyandprimaryschool.com, info@peladenurandprimaryschool.com

Website: www.peladenursery+primaryschool.com

 

14.   Little Rock School 92, Lanre Awolokun Street, Gbagada Estate, Phase II

Phone numbers: 08038420033; 08109840937

15.   CKLS Schools 13-17 Adeola Raji Avenue, Atunrase Estate, Gbagada Phase II.

Phone numbers: 08082494105; 08023522113; 08033901786

16.   Christ the Redeemer Secondary School 3, Eunice Tutorial Close, Gbagada Estate Phase II

Phone numbers: 08023178172; 08023336333

17.   Toyibat Comprehensive High School 1 Medina Estate, Gbagada, Lagos state.

Phone number: 08036007068

 

18.   Corona School 2-8 Olujobi Crescent, Gbagada Estate, Lagos, Nigeria.
19.   El- Bethel Nursery and Primary School 1, Olaleye Street, Sawmill Gbagada, Lagos.

Phone numbers: 0802287907; 08039117675

20.   Sarah’s Nest 6a, Olumoroti Jaiyesimi Street, Gbagada.
21.   Top Flight College 55, Yetunde Brown Street, Gbagada.
22.   Grace Schools Plot 241, Ajidagan Street, Gbagada,Lagos.
23.   Frontiers International School 24, Paul Odulaja Street, Gbagada.
24.   Favoured Pears school 20, Tijani Ashafa Street, Gbagada.
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