Indian Language School

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The Main entrance to Indian Language School, established in 1982

The Indian Language School was established in Lagos, Nigeria in 1982 in light of the growing Indian community in the city.

It was originally set up in a residential neighborhood at 11 Johnson Street, Illupeju. The school began as converted residences — with three floors, a playground, a basketball court and a volleyball court. Over the past few years, the school has expanded significantly, acquiring nearby properties, thus catering to the large number of students that enroll with the school each year.

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Approximately 3,000 students are registered. The school surrogates the Central Board of Secondary Education and helps Indian students residing overseas to transition into higher education programs.

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