I do welcome you to the unique wonderful educational world of Ola Oluwa group of schools, an institution that heralds a new chapter in the provision and delivery of high quality international standard education in Nigeria. We belief that the education from the kindergarten to secondary education level remains one of the most important phases of a child's educational journey, given this background, it is therefore important that the experience of the child at this crucial period of life be solid, rewarding and pleasurable...Read more
We believe that the Nigerian child should have the benefit of a high quality education while remaining in the local environment that allows them to maintain their cultural values and family affiliations. We are set to provide such an environment. Towards the achievement of these objectives therefore, Ola Oluwa group of schools provide education of world class standard in an environment of care, using the best available facilities both locally and abroad to build the next generation of leaders for our country and indeed the African continent as a whole. Read more
Admission into the school is not automatic. It is strictly based on the brilliant and successful performance of the respective candidate in an open competitive written and/or oral interview. Read more
Our students have continued to excel academically, both in National and International competitions including Arts, Science, Mathematics and Sporting activities. In various Art exhibitions, our pupils have come top.
The track record of excellence we have garnered over the years in the external examination written by our students speaks for us. We are proud to have an all time success rate of over ninety percent in all the examinations we have presented students for, namely, WAEC, NECO, JSCE, NBEM and JAMB. Read more
The first set of students to graduate from our very great Alma Mata were a set of 26 students and we graduated in the year 1999. The valedictory service was a glamorous one and also very emotional as students say the parting greetings.
Speeches were read, prizes were given, hymns were sung, the proprietress, our amiable and adorable mother (may her gentle soul rest in perfect peace) read her charge to the graduating students. It was a day that will continue to linger in our memories for a long time.