This was established in 1996.
TransportationBy car and motorbike
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History of Loyola Jesuit College
Built by Society of Jesus in 1996.
Named after the founder of the Society of Jesus of the Roman Catholic Church, St. Ignatius of Loyola, this is a prestigious private, co-educational, boarding, secondary school known for its academic prowess and exclusivity.
This is a very safe location.
What To Bring
Before heading to Loyola Jesuit College, here are some helpful things to take along with you:
Educational materials if you are a new or returning student
Housing necessities if you are a new or returning student
An ID Card to identify yourself as they get suspicious of unattended strangers
College facilities include four large classroom and laboratory buildings, three dormitories accommodating 300 boys, one dormitory accommodating 300 girls, a chapel, dining hall, multi-purpose "Memorial" hall, Jesuit residence, and duplex bungalows for all the lay staff. The 70.4-acre (285,000 m2) campus is fenced to secure the safety of the students. Upon entering the LJC campus via the front gates, a statue of St. Ignatius of Loyola is seen presenting his knightly sword to the Lord, to become a Cabellero de Cristo, "Knight for Christ."
Although it welcomes boys and girls of all faiths, it is one of the most academically selective secondary schools in Nigeria as evidenced in 2010 when 5000 wrote the school entrance exam and it accepted 100, or 2% of its applicants. The school suffered a major tragedy when 60 students lost their lives in the 2005 crash of Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145\. A multipurpose hall named Memorial Hall was built to commemorate these students.
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