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The Indian Language School was established in Lagos, Nigeria in 1982 in light of the growing Indian community in the city. Indian Language School is a private school setup by the Indian high commission in Nigeria.
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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 football court, 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. This is currently the only Indian school in Lagos and offers education till 12th standard. It has classes from LKG to XII and has been holding CBSE Board Examinations for Grades X and XII, since the late 1980s.
Approximately 3,000 students are registered. The school follows the Central Board of Secondary Education curriculum and helps Indian students residing in Lagos to transition into higher education programs. The current principal of the school is Sonali Rajan-Gupta. The former principal, Ms Suman Kanwar was principal from 1985 to 2013.
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- ^ It has classes from LKG to XII and has been holding CBSE Board Examinations for Grades X and XII, since the late 1980s.
- Indian Language School
- Central Board of Secondary Education, India
- Text books prescribed by National Council of Education and Research, India