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Admission Process at a Glance

The Outliers School Surulere Admission Process

Admission Process at a Glance

Purchase a form from either our primary or secondary administrative office or online on our website, but please note that you are still required to make payment before the form is processed. Payment can be made into The Outliers School, 0449053639 GTB.

Applicants will thereafter write an entrance exam. Successful candidates will be informed via sms, email or phone call. Parents of successful candidates will be scheduled for a meeting with school management. Thereafter, school fees payments are made to designated banks.

Admission is always open into all classes provided there are vacancies.

For Pre-school and Elementary and Secondary, we admit based on the outcome of our entry assessment test as well as consideration of result from previous school with similar curriculum and standard.

 Entrance exam subjects to be taken for:

JSS 1 – English, Creative writing & Verbal Aptitude, Maths, General paper & Quantitative Aptitude

Other Classes – Mathematics and English based on their last class.


Toddler (18 Months - 3 Years)

Nursery Classes

Primary Classes

Please note: The fees mentioned are subject to slight changes at the time of enrollment.

Optional Fees


Most frequent questions and answers

A blend of the Nigerian and British curriculum.

The Outliers School offers a perfect blend of Islamic and academic activities for kids. Asides from Math, English Language, Science, Social Studies and other academic subjects that we excel at teaching, our children memorize the Quran daily, and we take Islamic Studies and Arabic as subjects. We also take the kids’ emotional wellness and physical fitness as a priority.

We frown at corporal punishment and have zero tolerance for inflicting any form of punishment that may cause harm to children. We correct misbehaviours by cautioning verbally, giving age-appropriate consequences and counselling as the situation calls for. The aim is always to correct misbehaviours, not to inflict pain on our kids. Our school counselor and psychologist are always on standby to guide children through better behaviors.

No, we do not. We strike a balance and so the daily schedule is one that has both western and Islamic teachings.

Our goal is to ensure that every child learns hence, we bring such children to par with his/her peers through arranging personalized remedial classes, reinforcement, and brain training sessions among other means.

School resumes by 7:45a.m for Elementary and 7:30am for College students and closes by 3p.m and 4p.m respectively. For Preschoolers, school runs from 8:00a.m to 3 pm.

Yes, we do.
We have the Afterschool program that caters to children’s care after closing. It runs from 3:30p.m till 6:00pm on Monday to Thursdays.

There’s also a Tahfeez ( Quran Memorization) program that runs from 4:00 pm till 6:00 pm.

In Preschool; there’s an average of 6-8 pupils to one adult depending on the specific age group.

In the Elementary & College classes; an average of 20-25 students to a teacher.

Yes, we do. We currently service three axis: Surulere and Environs, Yaba/Ebute Metta, and Ilasamaja/Mushin.

We teach Arabic Language and Yoruba Language for primary and secondary students.

We offer Swimming and Karate; they both take place on Tuesdays while we have Robotics and chess club on Fridays.