Bellina Schools, Lagos

Bellina Schools 3-7 & Tunde Bello Street Off Afolabi Brown Stree Akoka Lagos
About Us

Bellina Schools were established mainly to cater for all children irrespective of tribes and colour; and to provide a unique institution where children could be given an all-round education to make them useful and resourceful members of the society.The Schools not only focus on academics but also on discipline, morals and the discovery and development of talents. Student to teacher ratio in the college is 9:1 and there are a maximum of 25 students per class. There are 2 arms only of each class. Bellina College boasts of Boarding Facilities (male and female) which are homes away from home. It also has an effective school bus service.

Bellina Schools comprise of Primary and Secondary sections. The two schools have modern facilities and a student population of 600 and about 85 members of staff. The schools are purpose built, well ventilated and spread over a wide expanse of land in a serene area of Akoka.

Programs Offered
Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education
Admission Procedures

Our admission Policy is towards excellent performance through systematic identification of the child’s strength, and weakness as well as knowledge of his background. The admission procedure/requirements are as follows:

Purchase of application form from the school office

Submission of duly completed application form with:
Two passport photographs
Photocopy of the child’s birth certificate

Date and venue of entrance will be communicated to applicant's parents/guradians later

History

Bellina started on the 14th of January 1985 as a Day Care and Nursery School and was approved the same year. At inception, it occupied a two-room apartment and had 6 pupils and 2 teachers. Due to pressure from parents, Bellina Nursery/Primary came into being in January 1987 (earlier than planned) and was approved in 1991.

Address

Bellina Schools 3-7 & Tunde Bello Street Off Afolabi Brown Stree Akoka Lagos
Lagos
Nigeria

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