High School

Supreme Schools: A Legacy of Excellence Since 1991

I feel very honoured to welcome you to Supreme high school where we offer a unique Nigerian/British style curriculum. At Supreme, students are given the opportunity to maximise their potential and gain a top-quality education in an exciting, vibrant, and supportive learning environment.

In the first three years (Year 7-9) of our Secondary School (Middle School), students are introduced to more advanced concepts in Mathematics, English Language, Basic Science, Basic Technology, Civic Education, Social Studies, French among others. At the end of Year 9, our students sit for both Cambridge Checkpoint and Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) examinations.

In the High School (Year 10-12), our students spend the next three years to prepare for West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). While WASSCE is compulsory, IGCSE and SAT are optional examinations at Supreme Education Foundation Schools. Supreme students typically graduate at the end of Year 12.

Beyond academics, we are deeply committed to fostering leadership, self-confidence and creative expression among our students. As a result, our alumni are some of the highest achievers both domestically and internationally.

We warmly invite you to experience our high school life firsthand.

Mr. Yusuf Abubakar


"Damilola: A Journey from Scholarship Recipient to Head Girl"

Damilola’s story is a powerful testament to resilience and achievement. Initially unable to afford tuition at Supreme Education Foundation Secondary School, she was granted a scholarship that changed her life. Diligently navigating academic challenges, Damilola not only excelled but also emerged as a leader among her peers.

In her final year, Damilola’s journey reached its pinnacle when she was appointed Head Girl—an accolade reflecting her exceptional leadership skills and widespread respect. Her inspiring trajectory underscores the transformative impact of education and the remarkable potential within every individual. As Damilola moves forward, her story stands as a beacon of hope, proving that with determination and access to quality education, one can overcome obstacles and achieve greatness.

University Destinations

Supreme has a proud record of producing graduates who have been admitted into prestigious universities around the world

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Community Social Responsibility

Supreme Education Foundation School is a caring school, our commitment extends beyond the realms of academia; we believe in the transformative power of education to shape not only individuals but entire communities. As a beacon of educational excellence, we recognize the profound responsibility we bear towards the society that surrounds us.

Graduation Ceremony

Enrichment Program


ASIEN Coding Competition 2018

1st Prize Winner

African Leadership Academy Model African Union Conference -ALAMAU(2018-2022)

1st Prize Winner - 2019, 1st Prize Winner - 2020

National History Competition (2018-2020)

1st Prize Winner -2019, 2nd Prize Winner-2020

Queens Commonwaelth Essay Competition (2017-2022)

Medals: 2 Gold, 7 Silver, 16 Bronze

Yale Young Global Scholars Programme(2016-2021)

Three Students participated in connecticut, USA

First Global Challenge, Geneva 2022

Supreme represented Nigeria and Won Bronze, Dr. Mae Jemison International Unity Award.

First Global Robotics Challenge 2017

A student represented Nigeria in Washington DC, Best International Journey Awards

Canadian Beaver Computing Challenge(2017-2020)

17 Distinction Awards

First Global Robotics Challenge 2019

A student represented Nigeria in Washington DC, Best International Journey Awards

Pan-African Robotics Challenges Dakar, Senegal (2018)

A Student of Supreme was part of the Team Nigeria to PARC

British Council International Schools Awards

Accreditation of Outstanding Development of the International Dimension in the Curriculum

African Youth Chess Tournament, Egypt 2018

A student participated as part of Team Nigeria