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Schools We Support

In line with the Ane Osiobe International Foundation’s mission and vision statements, we aim to promote the achievement of the Nigerian students by preparing them to compete globally through fostering educational excellence and equal access regardless of their backgrounds.---—Dr. Jiji E. U. Osobe.

Application to hold Outreaches to the Department of Quality Assurance.pdf

The Department of Quality Assurance Acknowledgment of Application.pdf

The Department of Quality Assurance Letter of Approval.pdf

Application to hold Outreaches to the Universal Basic Education Board.pdf

The Universal Basic Education Board Acknowledgment of Application.pdf

Application to hold Outreaches to the Universal Basic Education Board 2.pdf

The Universal Basic Education Board Acknowledgment of Application 2.pdf

The Universal Basic Education Board Approval Letter.pdf

Application to hold Outreaches to the Secondary Education Board.pdf

The Secondary Education Board Approval Letter.pdf

Application to hold Outreaches to the Secondary Education Board 2.pdf

The Ane Osiobe International Foundation's Outreaches Agenda.pdf

The Secondary Education Board Approval Letter 2.pdf

F.C.T. School for the Blind Children, Jabi- Abuja; A.K.A = Special needs School (SnS).

The special needs school was established in September 1991. It started with 2 students, in a two-room flat at the Teachers College, Zuba, now the College of Education, Zuba. At that time, it was under the Ministry of Science and Technology. It was relocated to Jabi in 2007. After it's relocation, the school had a population increased to 57 students, 11 teaching staff, and 18 nonteaching staff. The new location has several classroom blocks, boarding facilities for students, and a cafe/dining. Currently, the school has 138 students, 27 teaching staff, and 30 nonteaching staff. The school runs the same curriculum as other government schools in Nigeria and the students are taught Braille reading and writing, mobility skills, typing, and daily living skills. The school has nursery and primary section, and a special class for the rehabilitation of those who developed an impaired vision in the latter part of their lives.

 L.E.A Nursery/Primary School Lugbe

The school was established on September 15th, 1976. At the start, the school began educational activities with 80 students under mango trees for two years before a batcher/building was constructed to provide shelter for staff and students. Today, it has a population of 1,047 students with 9 blocks of 25 classrooms. Currently, the school has 26 teachers and 3 non-teaching staff.

Pilot Science Primary School:

The Pilot Science Primary School (PSPS), Gwagwalada was established in 1976 during the military leadership of Major General Olusegun Obasanjo among his programs was universal primary education (UPE). UPE primary goal(s), wa[i]s to give free primary school education training to Nigerians.  PSPS was first named Demonstration Primary School (DPS) Gwagwalada Niger State. The school started with only two classrooms and forty pupils under the leadership of Mr. Joseph Yahaya Diko as the first headteacher of the school. DPS name was changed to Pilot Science Primary School in 1997, and the school presently has a population of over 2000 pupils.

 The Resource Center Pilot Science Primary School:

The Resource Center Pilot Science Primary School (RCPSPS), Gwagwalada, F.C.T, Nigeria is a branch of the Pilot Science Primary School, Gwagwalada, F.C.T, Nigeria that works with special needs students. The RCPSPS his a sound curriculum that guides their staff in meeting the needs of their students and helps in developing the students' academic and social interactive skills.

 The Government Science Secondary School (GSSS):

The Government Science Secondary School (GSSS), Lugbe, FCT, Nigeria came into existence in December 2002, with Mr. Edmund Obia being the first principal.

 He was posted along with two vice principals Mrs. Christaiana Ibrahim (V.P Administration) and Mrs. Adebisi Badmos ( V.P Academics). The first academic year commenced on January 6th, 2003, and the first lessons started on January 13th, 2003. The school started with five academic staff, six non-academic staff and ten students. The premises of Government Science Secondary School, Pyakasa served as a temporary site of the GSSS Lugbe as no structure was on the permanent location in Lugbe at the time. Today, the school is at its permanent site and the number of students and staff holds at 1,807 and 169 respectively.

 The Festival Road Primary School:

Festival Road Primary School was established on April 13th, 1987. Hajia Amina Ahmed was the first Headmistress of the school. At inception, the school started with a population of 1,000 students and presently, the school has 650 students and 18 teachers on staff. 

Junior secondary school Garki, Abuja, F.C.T

This institution is yet to provide us with its details.

The Junior Secondary School Dutse Sagbaiyi (JSS Dutse) was established in September 2005 with Mrs. Umaru Dije Helen as the pioneer principal, Mr. Idris Ibrahim Dilo, as the Vice-principal Administration, and Mrs. Okafor Eunice Nonye as the Vice-principal Academic. The JSS Dutse started by squatting with the Government Girls Secondary School Dutsen Alhaji from 2005 through 2010, before moving to its permanent site on September 2010. Students commenced on 31st October 2005, and classes officially started on 28th November 2005 with a total of 86 students and 16 teaching staff.

The L.E.A. Primary School Orozo is a public nursery and primary school located in Angwan Hakimi, Orozo, F.C.T., Nigeria. The school was founded in 1987 with about 98 pupils, as the enrollment rate continued to increase, now the school has approximately 1109 students (540 male and 569 female pupils), twenty-nine teachers serve the school, and the school has 22 classrooms.

The L.E.A. Nomadic Primary School Tudun Fulani is a (pre)-primary school located in Kuduru, Tudun Fulani, in Bwari Local Government Area, F.C.T, Nigeria. The school enrolls 599 pupils (284 males and 315 females), has 28 teachers, and 11 classrooms.

The Junior Secondary School (J.S.S.) Kurudu is located in the heart of the Kurudu village along Karshi road of Abuja, F.C.T. The school was established on the 1st of September 2006, and the pioneer Principal was Lady Helen Uche Ibezim, and her lieutenants were Mr. Bala Ibrahim and Mrs. Liatu Anjugu. The school started at the L.E.A. Primary School Kurudu after the headteacher graciously donated four classrooms to the school. The registration of the first set of students commenced on the 20th of September 2006 with a record of 296 admissions comprising of 156 boys and 140 girls.

The Junior Secondary School Jikwoyi Abuja was established on 5th September 2005 with Mal Abubakar Saidu Garba as the pioneer Principal and Mrs. Ayam Victoria as the Vice Principal Administration and Mrs. Nyifawa Dorcas as the Vice Principal Academics. The school started at a temporary site at G.S.S. Karu before moving to its permanent location in 2007. The school population has since grown to 2789 students, 101 teaching staff, and 7 for non-teaching staff.

The Junior Secondary School (J.S.S.) Life Camp, also known as J.S.S. Gwarimpa Life Camp, is located in Life Camp, Abuja, F.C.T., and it was established on September 6th, 2005. The pioneer Head Teacher was Late A. Kushenki, with an initial student enrollment of 315 students and 25 teachers. Today the school currently enrolls 793 students and has 43 teaching staff.

The L.E.A. nursery and primary school Ayenajeyi Karu, F.C.T., is situated opposite the Chief of Karu’s Palace in Karu- Abuja, F.C.T., was established in 2003. The school started with 40 pupils: 20 males and 20 females, and the pioneer headteacher of the school was Mrs. Mbadugha Anthonia.

The Junior Secondary School Narai-Karu, Abuja, was established on the 3rd of September 2007 by FCT Universal Basic Education Board. The school is located along Jikwoyi-Karshi road, and the school started with 218 students, 23 teaching staff, and six nonteaching staff. The school has then grown, and the current enrollment of students is 839.

The Government Secondary School Garki (G.S.S. Garki) was established on February 25th, 1987, with a population of 120 students and 21 teachers including the Principal. The first graduating class was the class of 1990, and the school was restructured into a junior and a senior secondary school in September 2005.

The Junior Secondary School Orozo is a co-educational school located in Abuja, F.C.T. It commenced its academic activities in September 2006 with Mr. Eze Barnabas as the pioneer principal. His predecessors were Mallam Saliyu Danjuma Tijani, followed by Mrs. Talatu Adamu.  From inception, the student’s population was 150 and has grown to about 2000 students.

The L.E.A. primary school Nuruddeen, Karu, is located at federal housing, Karu, along Karu-Jikwoyi road, Abuja, F.C.T. The school was established in 2009 by the Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB), Abuja, F.C.T., and the pioneer headteacher was Hajiya Hauwa Ibrahim. The school started with 72 pupils and 14 staff (10 teaching staff and four non-teaching staff). The school has since head seven headteachers from inception, and the current headteacher leading the affairs of the school is Hajiya Rakiyat J. Sani.

The L.E.A. primary school Karu, is located opposite the Karu market in Karu-Central Abuja. It is a public combined (pre)-primary school located in the Municipal Area Council Local Government Area, F.C.T, Nigeria. The school was established in 1942 during the Colonial era, and it currently enrolls 1297 pupils (583 males and 714 females), 47 teachers, and has over 33 classrooms.

The Junior Secondary School Nyany-II a was established by the F.C.T. Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB) in August 2007. It was established as a result of the enactment of the UBE law launched by President Olusegun Obasanjo in 2005. Mr. Abomann Sambam was the pioneer principal, while Mr. Gbadebo Badiru and Mrs. Hannah Jock were the vice-principal administration and vice-principal academics, respectively. The school opened its doors at a temporary site located at the L.E.A. primary school phase-1 Nyanya, Abuja, and was operating during the afternoon shift due to inadequate classroom accommodation. The school started with only 11 teaching staff and four non-teaching staff, and as of today, the school has 86 teaching staff, nine non-teaching staff, and enrolls about 1350 students.

The federal government school for the gifted formerly known as government gifted secondary school is located in Gwagwalada, F.C.T, Nigeria. Established in 1993 and commenced in 1994, the school is one of the best public schools in Nigeria, and it is currently headed by its 7th principal Mr. Onimago Ibrahim Saheed.

The L.E.A. (pre)-primary school Nyanya is located at the Phase 1 district of Nyanya. The School was established in 1980, with ten teaching staff, 350 students, and the pioneer headteacher was Mr. P.O Abidoye.

The L.E.A. nursery and primary school, Jabi, is located at Patrick O. Bokkor Crescent, Off Ebitu Ukiwe Street, Abuja, and shares the same premises with JSS JABI-I. The school was established in 1991, and it’s under the F.C.T. Universal Basic Education Board supervision. At inception, the school started with 23 teaching staff, six non-teaching staff, and 218 students. Today, the school has then grown to about 763 students.

The Government Secondary School Nyanya is located in Area F of Nyanya, and it shares the same vicinity with the Junior Secondary School Nyanya, and the L.E.A. primary school Nyanya. The school was established in 1985 with 313 students, and it currently has over 1500 students.

The Junior Secondary School Nyanya-I was created by F.C.T. Universal Basic Education Board in June 2003. The school is A co-educational day school with a population of 718 students and 56 staff.

The Government Day Secondary School, Bwari, is located in Bwari Area Council along Nigerian Law School Road, Bwari. It was established in 2000, with 620 students located.

The L.E.A. model (pre)primary school is located in Bwari Central Area. The school was established in 2000, and at inception, the school had nine teachers, 280 pupils, and 18 classrooms. Through the years, the numbers grew to 60 teaching staff, 14 non-teaching staff, and 1079 pupils (541 males and 538 females).

The government secondary school, Gwagwalada, is a day and residential institution. It is located at Gwagwalada, FCT, along Abuja-Lokoja Expressway in Gwagwalada Area Council. The school was established by the Education Department now Education Secretariat in 1981. At inception, the school had 40 students, 12 teaching staff, and 14 non-teaching staff. The pioneer principal was Mr.Yepwi Kyauta, while the current principal is Alhaji Mohammed Sani Ladan, Ph.D. Today, the school has over 2000 students, 137 teaching staff, and 47 non-teaching staff.

The junior secondary school Bwari was established on July, 27th, 1990, with Mallam Yahaya Isah as the first Head Teacher. At inception, the school had two teaching staff, one non-teaching staff, two blocks, and four classrooms.

The government secondary school Jabi is located in the Municipal Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory Abuja, situated by the Lakeside at Asheik Jerma Street, off Mike Akhigbe Way, Jabi, Abuja. It was established on September 1st, 2008, with 285 students and 16 academic staff. Today, the school has 600 students, 40 educational, and 16 non-academic staff.  The school has 18 classrooms with an adequate number of furniture, with each classroom having a seating capacity of 40 students per class, standard-well-equipped laboratories for computer science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Home Economics-and-Management, Food and Nutrition, e-Learning facilities. The Principal of the school is Hajiya Habiba Kolo, assisted by the Vice-Principal Administration–Mrs. Rebecca Ibekwe, and Vice-Principal Academics–Mr. James Gama.

The L.E.A. primary school Jikoyi was established on September 3rd, 1976, with a population of 49 pupils (27 males and 22 females). Today, the school has nine blocks, 26 classrooms, 1001 students, and the pioneer headteacher was Mr. Adamu Bebunwa Thozowo.

The primary science school Bwari was established in 1942 before the nation got its independence. The school was called Bwari junior primary school, and the first headteacher was Mallam Yakubu Dikko.

The L.E.A. primary school, Sagwari Dutse, is located in the Heart of Dutse Sagwari in F.C.T. The school was established in 1976 with 126 pupils and has since grown to 934 students.

The government secondary school, Kubwa, is a co-education secondary school located in Phase IV of Kubwa. The school was created by the F.C.T. Secondary Education Board (SEB) in January 2009, as a result of the enactment of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) law launched by former President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in 2005 and the separation of junior secondary schools from senior secondary school in 2007.

The government girls secondary school, Dutse-Alhaji, is located, along Bwari-Dutse road, F.C.T. It was established in September 1981 but officially started as a co-educational school in January 1982. It began with a staff of 12 and a student population of 72. It presently has over 1000 students and 150 staff.

The L.E.A. nursery and primary school Life-camp is situated opposite Life-camp police station Life-camp, Abuja, F.C.T. The school was established on September 13th, 2010. The school started with 58 pupils and nine teaching staff. Today, the school has 17 teaching staff, four blocks, and 20 classrooms.

The L.E.A. primary school Kado Sabo is situated at No. 9, Sarah Ezekwe Street, Off Efab Estate Road, Abuja. The school was founded on October 21st, 2002, with Mrs. Maureen A. Iheme as the pioneer headteacher. The school started with 65 pupils. The school has had six headteachers and the current headteacher is Mrs. Esther A. Maigari.

The L.E.A. primary school Byazhin Bwari is a public (pre)primary school located in Byazhin, Bwari local government area, F.C.T., Nigeria. It was established in 1976 and currently has 1,238 students (543 male and 695 female), 41 teachers, and 16 classrooms.

The government secondary school Gwarimpa, Life-Camp, Abuja, was established on October 24th, 1984, as Karu Annex. The first principal was Alhj. A.G Zakari, with 105 students, and five teaching staff.

The junior secondary school Kubwa II is a Co-educational school located in Kubwa district. The school was established in 2007 with about 100 students, eight teaching staff, and two non-teaching staff in its first year. It currently enrolls 1,121 students, 71 teachers, and nine non-teaching staff. 

The junior secondary school Jabi-1 was established in 2001 by F.C.T. Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB). It was formerly known as the junior secondary school Life-Camp. The school is located in Patrick O. Bokkor Crescent, Off Ebitu Ukiwe Street, Jabi, Abuja, and shares the same premises with the L.E.A. primary school Jabi. At inception, the school had 112 students, 15 teaching staff, and five non-teaching staff. Today, it has over 522 students.

The government day secondary school, Karu, is a public non-residential school, established by the former Department of Education under the former Ministry of Federal Capital Territory (MFCT). The school is located behind the new Chief Palace Karu, Abuja, F.C.T., and shares boundaries with the ECWA Theological College, Karu. The pioneer principal was Mrs. T. A. Ajunwa, who started the school with 55 students and five teachers. Presently the school accommodates a section of the monitoring and evaluating unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB) that controls Karshi Zone – F.C.T. The Special Education Unit (SEU) was recently introduced to cater for the special needs of students, and the officer heading the affairs of the school is Mrs. Kayode C. Funmilayo.

The government secondary school Karshi was founded on January 12th, 1981. It is a co-educational institution under the leadership of Mal. Umaru Sanda. The school is among the first five secondary schools to be established in the F.C.T. area. The school started with 41 students, two teachers, and operated as both a (non)residential school. Today, the school enrolls about 1,243 students, 59 academic staff, 43 non-academic staff, and 24 classrooms.

The government science secondary school Pyakasa, Abuja, was established in December 1993 with Mallam Ibrahim Umar Sanda and Mrs. E.K Gaza as the pioneer Principal and Vice-Principal (Admin) respectively. The school started at a temporary site located at the L.E.A. school Pyakasa with twelve staff and 280 students.

The L.E.A. primary school, Nyanya phase II, was established in 1973 by the then Keffi National Authority in the then Benue-Plateau State, current Nasarawa State. The pioneer headteacher was Mr. Jezhi Bebe, and the school started with a population of about 200 pupils. The proprietorship of the school changed hands in January 1981 when the F.C.T. Department of Education took over the management of schools.

The government secondary school Bwari, F.C.T., was founded in the year September 20th, 1982, as both a junior and senior secondary school up until 2007 when it was divided into two separate schools.

The junior secondary school Jabi, Abuja, was established in 1999 by the F.C.T. Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB), Abuja. The school is located at Patrick Bokkor Crescent Jabi Abuja. At inception, the school started with 167 students, 18 teaching staff, and three non-teaching staff. Today, the school has over 763 students.

The junior secondary school, Karu, was established on September 5th, 2005, by the F.C.T. Universal Basic Education Board. It opened its doors within the compound of the government day secondary school, Karu-Abuja, with three blocks of classrooms and three small offices. Today, the construction of its permanent site is almost completed, and relocation will be done soon.

Junior secondary school Garki, Abuja, F.C.T

This institution is yet to provide us with its details.

Junior secondary school Pyakasa, Abuja, F.C.T

This institution is yet to provide us with its details.