26 N'Djamena Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja
+234(0)8069781274, +234(0)8172022446.

Junior Secondary

(Years 7 to 9)

Senior Secondary

(Years 10 to 12)


Welcome to Premier Secondary

Premier Secondary school is divided into two sections - Junior Secondary (Year 7 to 9) and Senior Secondary (Year 10 to 12). We run the British and Nigerian curriculums. We run the Nigerian curriculums leading to BECE (for JSS3), WAEC, NECO and JAMB (for SS3). We run the British curriculums leading to IGCSE. We have a wide range of extra curricular activities. We run clubs which span across Sports, Music, Art, Science, Health and safety, Dance, ICT, Cookery, Chess etc.

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Why Premier Secondary?

Some of our Achievements

4.5 average out of 6.0 in 2019 Cambridge Primary Checkpoint result in English, 3.9 average out of 6.0 in 2019 Cambridge Primary Checkpoint result in Mathematics, 2.9 average out of 6.0 in 2019 Cambridge Primary Checkpoint result in Science.

Outstanding performance in Loyola Jesuit College Entrance Exam for several years; 2018 - 8 pupils gained admission, 2019 - 8 pupils gained admission and 2020 - 9 pupils gained admission. A total number of 120 pupils successfully passed the Loyola entrance exam in Nigeria 8 of these were from Premier International School.

Outstanding performance in NTIC/NMC mathematics competitions for several years and About 80% of our teachers are certified as Microsoft Educators. Overall 3rd position in NTIC 2019 Mathematics competition. Between position 1 and 20 in the overall result, we have 12 students from our school.

Premier International School claimed 7 positions between the 1st and 10th positions National Mathematics Competition.

22 Years of Academic Excellence

For over 22 years, we have provided a holistic education both in and out of the classroom to learners aged 3 months to 19 years old.
Certified Teachers
Successful Kids
Happy Parents
Awards Won

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