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Enroll Your Child/Ward to Meadowlands Secondary School for September 2018 Academic Year


Meadowlands School Abuja, Nigeria is a co-educational Private Christian Institution, consisting of Preschool, Primary and Secondary Schools for children between the ages of 15 months-18 years.

The school was founded in June 2014 by Apostle Goodheart and Bimbo Ekwueme to provide a balanced comprehensive educational curriculum for the full development of children intellectually, spiritually and socially. The first set of children were enrolled for early years and primary school in September 2014.

Our vision is “to raise godly children who would excel globally according to Daniel 1:17 “As for these four young men, God gave them knowledge and skill in all literature and wisdom and Daniel had understanding in all visions and dreams.”

At Meadowlands School, Christ is the centre of everything we do. He is the centre of our community, lives, and experience. Our school has a loving, nurturing environment. 

We reinforce the Christian family values of the home, building wisdom, fostering respect and encouraging good discipline. We take time with each child individually, getting to know them and helping them with their work and as they grow in character.

Our mission is to provide Christ centered education where children are empowered mentally, socially and spiritually to achieve academic excellence in order to reach their God-ordained destinies. God said to Jeremiah,
“Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.” Jeremiah 1:5 KJV

We believe that education must be God-centred, thoroughly equipping children for their future role and God’s plan for their lives. Our objective is to transmit godly Christian culture to the next generation.

Education must meet the needs of individual children and encourage the development of a child’s talents and abilities. We believe in thorough mastery of concepts and knowledge at a rate that is suited to each child. We know that children need a variety of learning methods – individualized, group work, oral, visual, aural and kinesthetic.

Education goes beyond achieving qualifications. We think excellence is essential, but to educate is to bring knowledge, understanding and wisdom. 

The last few years though challenging have also been very rewarding bringing about the need for proper transitions for our children and the birthing of the secondary arm of the school.

I am sure you will be glad to make your children and wards part of what God is doing at Meadowlands School. 

Kindly, enroll your child/ward today to be a part of Meadowlands Secondary School, September 2018/2019 academic year. The date for Common Entrance exam and admission requirements are on the flyer attached.

Your child/ward will thoroughly enjoy the experience.

We look forward to your responses and enquiries so that you can be updated!

We also look forward to partnering with you to ensure your children become all God has destined for them to be - a city set upon a hill cannot be hid.

Blessings!

Bimbo Ekwueme
Proprietress.

Contact Us:
The School Administrative Officer
Meadowlands Secondary School,
2 Nise Close, off Yauri Street behind Ritalori Hotel
Garki 2, Abuja, Nigeria
Phone no. 09094261560

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