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British International School, Lagos

Website www.bisnigeria.org/
Address P.O. Box 75133, 1 Landbridge Avenue, Oniru Private Estate, Victoria Island
City Lagos
State Nigeria
Phone +234 1 7748066
Grade Range Year 7 - 11
Min Grade Year 7
Max Grade Year 11
School Type Secondary
Student Body Coed

BIS is a multi-national, co-educational school offering a British style curriculum to students aged between 11 and 18 years. It serves both the Nigerian local community and expatriates looking for a British education within an international setting.

The school opened in September 2001 and occupies a large and attractive thirty acre site on Victoria Island in the heart of the city. It is both day and boarding with boarders representing approximately one third of the current school population. Weekly boarding is offered alongside full boarding and we offer a family atmosphere in which all students are known and valued, with class sizes never going above twenty.


Students are prepared for the IGCSE and Advanced Level courses of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) with enviable success in terms of results. We are committed to educating the whole child so that our students become rounded citizens of the future world. All are encouraged to take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities whether sporting, cultural or creative.

We hope that you will enjoy browsing our website and better still will come and visit us in person. You will be made very welcome!

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Speech from COBIS CEO Colin Bell at the recent Westminster Education Forum.
Exploring the EYFS World. Bookings are now being accepted for the COBIS Early Years Conference taking place at Byron College in Athens, 28-29 October 2016.

55-56 Russell Square

Tel: +44 20 3826 7190

COBIS CEO - Colin Bell



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