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General Napoleon Bonaparte famously said “Success belongs to the most dedicated”.  That is exactly what we strive for here at Chrisland High: VGC. Combining this statement with our school motto, to “Show forth the Light”; we strive to develop and improve the unique abilities of each and every student to enable them to adequately become successful citizens not only to Nigeria but global citizens. 

Chrisland High: VGC opened its doors in 2006 with 14 students and today the school boasts with a student population of 378.  This achievement is only possible because of the efforts of a highly motivated Staff.  They have realised the importance of raising the academic excellence and performance of the students.  

To be the best and to stay the best,takes hard and dedicated work. Tasks are carefully planned and a pro-active management team understands and implements:


A quality of life-long learning

Values and discipline

Creative and innovative strategies

Academic excellence

Full development of human capital

Ensuring that every student is developed holistically. 


Our location

Chrisland High School: VGC is located in Road 3, Victoria Garden City Estate, Ajah. The High School is easily accessible from the Lekki  Express way, far from the hustle and bustle of Lagos business district.


It is approximately thirty minutes drive from Lagos Island and about one hour from Lagos Mainland.

An Air-conditioned Bus service is provided for students who do not stay a walking distance from the school or those whose parents cannot bring them to school.

The environment is serene, beautiful and condusive for teaching and learning. It is a safe haven with pro-active surveillance in and around the premises, 24hrs a day and seven days a week. 


Ability Streaming in Chrisland High School, VGC

Students are streamed accordingly into these classes.






The classes are very flexible, as a child in Tanzanite class who has worked hard may move to Sapphire and one from Sapphire who did not work hard, may move to Tanzanite or Amethyst as the case may be. This is to encourage students to always give of their best and to reward them for hard work. 


School Holidays

The school observes Mid-Term breaks, Government recognized public holidays and terminal holidays.


School Houses

There are four houses in the school namely:

The Cedars

The Firs

The Oaks

The Pines

Upon resumption each student is assigned to a house. 


We Offer:

Wholesome and qualitative education

Foreign Languages 

Counselling Services

Balance nutritious lunches 

Excursions within and outside Nigeria

ICT enhanced teaching/learning methods


A range of co-curricular activities includes: Music,drama,dance,community service, cookery club and societies. 

A wide range of sporting opportunities:Athletics, swimming, netball, soccer, vollyball, basket ball, badminton etc.


Our Facilities

 Modern spacious fully air-conditioned classrooms, as well as tutorial rooms

 Well equipped modern laboratories

 Performing Arts Centre with sitting capacity for 550 persons

 Music and Drama studio

 Wireless internet access throughout the school

 Well stocked library

 Year Group Common Rooms

 A large swimming pool

 Well laid out air-conditioned cafeteria

 Bus service (Air-conditioned buses)

 Basketball Court

 Recreational Games

 Modern Language Laboratory


Our foundation Stone

Chrisland High School, VGC a co-educational day school was founded on 23rd of October 2006 and was officiallly declared opened on the 16th of November, 2007.

Dignitaries from all walks of life graced the occasion to rejoice with the Chairman, High Chief Dr. (Mrs.) W.A Awosika (OON). Amongst the guests were: Alhaja Salimot Badru, the Deputy Governor of Ogun State who represented the Governor, Otunba Gbenga Daniel and Chief Mrs. Oluremi Tinubu, the former First Lady of Lagos State.



Chrisland High school VGC runs Nigerian/ British curriculum, concurrently.  Our assessment is based on the continuous assessment, assignment, project work and terminal examinations. Placement to classes is by a system of streaming which allows for healthy competition among students.  It also gives opportunity for differential teaching and early academic intervention programmes for students with barriers to learning.  In the same way, talented students are given extension work to further develop them.

 We prepare students to write local and international examinations. Local examinations which our students write, include; Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for junior school students while senior students write National Examination Council (NECO), West Africa School Certificate Examination (WASSE).


International examinations conducted, include; Cambridge Check Point for junior school, International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE), Schorlastic Aptitude Test (SAT ), TOEFL and others.


Years seven, eight, ten and eleven are writing second summary test (Continuous assessment).  Extension classes that are aimed at preparing years 9 and 12 classes for external (terminal) examinations are ongoing. The extension programmes run from 3 pm to 4 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and 9:00 am to 2:39 pm on specific Saturdays. 



At Chrisland High School we maintain a culture of discipline, aimed at the totality of an individual’s well-being. We uphold the culture of “Showing forth the light” at all times and in all our endeavours. As “light bearers” we stand out in areas of integrity, moral values, soundness of body and mind. We are committed to the general advancement of humanity. This we achieve by being focused, showing love and doing our best at all times.   



Our daily activities in Chrisland High School: VGC are regulated by a well planned time table.  

Our school day is structured into a nine-period school day, each period lasting 40 minutes only with the first period commencing from 8 am and the last period ending by 3 pm. The students observe their short break between 10.00 am and 10.20 am within which they enjoy their snacks. The junior school students observe their long break between 12:40 pm and 1:00 pm while the senior school students observe their own long break between 1:00 pm and 1:40 pm. All the students usually have lunch during this long break. 

On Mondays and Wednesdays, we have our general assembly in the school hall between 7:30 am and 8:00 am. Between 3.00 pm and 4.00 pm, the students have their afternoon preparatory classes thoroughly supervised by their class teachers. During this period, some students also have their Mathematics clinic in the Mathematics digital laboratory.   

On Tuesdays, we conduct various house assemblies and pastoral care meetings on alternate weeks between 7:30 am and 8:00 am. Between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm, the students go to the VGC recreation park to have a session of sports. 

On Thursdays, we have the various class assemblies between 7:30 am and 8:00 am. Between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm, the various clubs have their meetings while some rehearsals also go on.

On Fridays, we conduct our general assembly between 7:30 am and 8:00 am in the school cafeteria.  Between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm, the students go to the park again to have a session of sports.



School buildings: It is a safe haven with pro-active surveillance in and around the premises, 24hrs a day and seven days a week. 

Sickbay: The school maintains a well equipped sickbay. A qualified medical nurse runs the sickbay and ensures that certain levels of illnesses and emergency cases are handled. Cases beyond the medical competence of the nurse are referred to parents’ nearby hospitals or directly to parents through phone calls or school buses.

Strong Disciplinary committee: They meet regularly to ensure that cases of indiscipline in line with bulling, intimidation, assault or any form of immoral conducts are dealt with and culprits brought to book. 

Security out-fit: Members of this out-fit conduct regular patrol round the school and also ensure that the school gates are effectively run. Students and unauthorized visitors do not pass through the gates without permission.

Fire Extinguishers: These are fire fighting devices. The school has them at various points ready to be used in times of fire outbreak. 



  •  2015: Winifred Awosika Foundation Schools’ Challenge Quiz Competition (3rd Place).
  • 2014: Overall best school in Poetry and writing Competition.
  • 2014: Overall best school in Lagos State 2014 Junior Science Olympiad (Representing Lagos State at National level).

  • 2014: First Round qualification in the PZ Cozens National Chemistry Competition.

  • 2014: First Round qualification in the NNPC National Science Competition.

  • 2014: Inter-schools Debate Competition Award, Poka, Epe.

  • 2013: The best school in Junior Science Nigeria.

  • 2010: The most preferred school of the year in the best School environment.

  • 2009: National Quality and the most Admired Secondary school of the year.

  • 2007: Overall best school in Junior Sciences in Lagos State.

  • 2007: Chrisland School Annual Debate Competition Award.    


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