Ebunoluwa International School - Eis

Chief Fatoki Estate, P.M.B 4398, Ofatedo, Osun State NIGERIA
Nigerian / British Curriculum
Academic Year
2021/2022 Academic Session
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About Us

Ebunoluwa International School(EIS) is a co-educatonal private school located in a high brow area of Osun State. The School was established in year 2002 with the aim of providing qualitative education and to motivate, build confidence and create opportunities that lead to the attainment of superior human qualities and enduring virtues in students. The founder is princess Omotunde Falabi, an educator of repute who blends care with love. The Principal Mrs kemi Oluwabojuwomi; a seasoned educationist whose experience as a school administrator spans several years ably assisted by seasoned technocrats and academia. Our philosophy is to produce well educated, well adjusted and disciplined young people wo will be guided to face adult life with confidence and who will play constructive roles in the adult community as good citizens of their country and the world at large.

Programs Offered
Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education
Admission Requirements

Admission into Ebunoluwa International School (EIS) Ofatedo, Osogbo in Osun State is open to everybody of school age within and outside Nigeria. Admission is available into all classes except JS3 and SS3 classes, which are regarded by the school management as sensitive classes. To secure admission into the school, prospective candidates will apply for admission from the school Admission Officer. The form will be completed and returned to the school Admission Officer. Dates and venues of exam will be given as well

Admission Procedures

Entrance examinations into the school are conducted twice a session. The main and supplementary examination holds in May and July every session. Candidates are examined in English and Mathematics plus two subjects that fall within the area of specialization of the candidate. Every candidate is required to write the entrance examination. Successful candidates would be orally interviewed to further ascertain their suitability, their performances in these tests would be used for their placement. Transcripts would be required from candidates seeking admission into senior classes (JS2, SS1 and SS2). Any candidate that meet these requirements would be issued an admission letter signed by the EIS principal.


EIS was established in September, 2002 to provide the means for all parents and guardians to give their children and wards the much desired qualitative education in Nigeria, Africa. EIS is a privately owned school with a board of governors composed of erudite scholars. The proprietress –Princess Omotunde Falabi - is seriously dedicated to educating the younger generation. The impetus to establish the school was born out of her passion for education as vehicle for reaching out to the younger generation and providing them sterling opportunity to actualize their hopes and aspirations, and making our society a better place. The school offers qualitative education in a wide range of school subjects at the junior and senior secondary levels. There is also a vibrant primary school section dedicated to providing the best of pre-primary and primary education for children from far and near. In addition, EIS offers remedial programmes for General Certification Examination (GCE) and National Examinations Council (NECO) examination, Cambridge A' Level, IGCSE, SAT, TOEFEL and IB programmes, as well as summer coaching which comes up during the long vacations each year.


Chief Fatoki Estate, P.M.B 4398, Ofatedo, Osun State NIGERIA


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Ebunoluwa International School - EIS
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Academic Excellence
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Admission fee = ₦0

Submitted by ANONYMOUS (not verified) on Tue, 01/19/2016 - 20:14

I want to suggest that this is not appropriate enough since application fee applies. You can better put it as admission cost and NOT admission fee.

Re: Admission fees

Submitted by Tunde (not verified) on Thu, 01/21/2016 - 11:47

In reply to by ANONYMOUS (not verified)

I think the admission fee is the same thing as application fee or admission cost as you've suggested.

The onus is on this school to regularly update its profile so that parents know the admission fee at every point in time.


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