News & Events
Number on Roll (NOR)
The Atlantic Hall Roll currently stands at 614.
JS1 and JS2 arms are currently full (140 students) and a number of students who have qualified for entry via common entrance examination have been placed on a ‘waiting list’.
For those students placed on our waiting list for entry into the current JS1, please be assured that if for whatever reason a place becomes available, parents of wait listed students will be contacted and offered a place in order of priority.
83.5 % A*-C Grade
58.1% A* - B Grade
43% Distinction / Credit
83.5 % Pass
100% Pass 15 of 16 subjects
100% Distinction / Credit - 10 (of 16 subjects)
Enrolment 2014-15 Session
Saturday 18th January 2014 (Atlantic Hall & Lagos Centre)
Saturday 15th February 2014 (All Centres)
Saturday 22nd March 2014 - Common Entrance & Transition Examinations (Atlantic Hall)
Admission JS1 – A student must be 10 years of age September 2014 and successfully pass the Entrance Examination
Admission JS2 – SS2 – (subject to place availability), Pass Entrance Examination, Satisfactory reference from Head of previous school, confirmation of appropriate notice to current school, confirmation of no fees owing / dispute with school.
Atlantic Hall -: Poka, Epe, Lagos State
Lagos Centre -: Childville School, 9 Sonoiki Street, Off Ramat Crescent, Ogudu GRA, Lagos
Abuja -: Treasure House Montessori, 12 Thomas Sankara Street (near ECOWAS Secretariat)
Port Harcourt -: Montessori International Nursery/Primary School, Plot C 58, King Perekule Street, GRA Phase 2, Port Harcourt OR The Grove School, No. 1 Link Road (off Sanni Abacha), GRA Phase 3, Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Warri -: Lakeland School, Ogumu, Warri, Delta State
Ibadan-: Mary Hill Convent School, Idi-Ape, Iwo Road, Ibadan
- Common Entrance Examination Structure
Students will sit for papers in 3 subject areas:
N.B: No practice papers are required. Students will be assessed at their current level of attainment against the three areas being tested
Following the examination all papers will be marked (2nd checked) and ranked into achievement levels.
- Place Offer (and what to do)
Applicants who achieve a level above the baseline will be offered a place to study at Atlantic Hall.
Initially the confirmation of place offer will be via the telephone with a confirmation letter sent by courier few days later.
When received it is imperative for you to act quickly in order to secure your place. You will have approximately 3 weeks to do so.
- Application Form Purchase (Cost / Locations)
These are NOW on sale - cost N15,000 from; Atlantic Hall, Childville School, Ogudu, Principal’s Guest House, Block D5, Flat 117, 1004 Estate, Victoria Island, Lagos
and direct from all regional centres
Atlantic Hall – 25 Years Old (1989 – 2014)!
25th Anniversary Celebrations
- In 2014 Atlantic Hall Education celebrates its 25th anniversary and a number of celebrations to mark this historical landmark will take place. Parents and friends of Atlantic Hall should monitor the website for further announcements and we hope as many of our current parents, and students, former parents and alumni will join us at the various events to mark this unique occasion.
School Improvements & Refurbishment
Progress has continued throughout the long break between sessions to transform Atlantic Hall to reflect 21st century facilities and complement the outstanding recent progress in teaching, learning and external examination results.
Airport Shuttle Service
The school provides a well-coordinated Airport shuttle services for parents who live in Warri, Port-Harcourt and Abuja at Mid-Term holidays and End of Term holidays
The procedures are:
- Parents buy the ticket of their child and scan same to the school or pay to the School Account any amount specified by the school as the cost of the ticket for such journey.
- Parent are in addition to pay Thirty Thousand Naira (N30,000) into the School Account as administration Charge to cover bus transportation for two journeys (To and Fro) and also excess luggage.
- Parents are also expected to fill the Unaccompanied Minor form and submit such at the airport when their child is returning from holidays.
New Staff welcome
Atlantic Hall is delighted to welcome a number of new academic staff to its senior ranks.
Vice-Principal (Academic) -Mr Christopher Crowley
Has joined Atlantic Hall continuing a distinguished career where he has held a number of high profile positions at highly reputable schools worldwide and most recently has held the post of Deputy Headmaster (Repton School - Dubai).
An English scholar and classicist with a passion and commitment to academic excellence, Mr Crowley will bring significant additional expertise to further enhance the quality of teaching and of learning throughout the school.
Mr Crowley has already captivated the new expectation required of all students with his personal motto; ‘Be the best that you can be’ (in everything that you do)!
Director of Studies (Academic) – Mr Tunde Olagunju
Formally Head of Mathematics at Atlantic Hall, Mr Olagunju was the overwhelming choice to succeed Mrs Ibidapo-Obe as the new DoS.
Having successfully led and shaped the Mathematics Department to becoming an outstanding academic beacon, Mr Olagunju is challenged with bringing his leadership and passion to learning across the whole school.
Director Admissions & Examinations – Mr B W Bello
Formally Head of Humanities, Mr Bello brings a wealth of experience and understanding of both Nigerian and international (UK) curriculum and examination systems.
Mr Bello has already demonstrated a willingness and desire to bring a fresh approach to leading this crucial school department and build on the excellent work of the former post holder and now Principal of Meadow Hall School, Mrs. Sena Adepoju.
FEES: These are payable either in advance (receipt as proof of payment required) or on the day of resumption from school holidays through a ‘Bankers Draft’ only. Parents / Guardians are advised to note that; personal / company cheques are not acceptable.
Individual Invoices will be issued to all parents at the end of term.
No student will be permitted to resume unless the Fees due are paid in full. This is a contractual obligation and a condition for attendance. It is also Board Policy.
Parents are kindly requested to take the appropriate action to ensure compliance and avoid embarrassing situations at the start of a new term.
Your cooperation herein will be greatly appreciated.
Parent Teachers Association (PTA)
In the last session and throughout the long break between sessions, the PTA has been very active on a number of initiatives and projects.
Renovation / refurbishment of Clinic
A major refurbishment and re-equipping of the clinic has taken place and the purchase of a number of new and replacement medical apparatus for the clinicians have been purchased.
New beds, lockers, AC units and TV’s make the clinic a very comfortable place to recover from any sickness or minor ailment.
The management and Trustees of Atlantic Hall are profoundly grateful for the fine work of the PTA representing the families of the school.