Bloombreed High School
In Nigeria, there are schools and there are schools. No better place alludes to this fact than this above-average high school where all hands are committed to providing quality education that excels by both national and international standards.
Norwegian International School
Norwegian International School offers top quality, vibrant international education in a safe environment with its pupil enjoying rich and rigorous education, based on the English National Curriculum, alongside the curricular standards of the Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).
Greenoak Secondary School
This school offers an International Education system, consisting of American, British and Nigerian curriculum programs. At present, 25% of the students are expatriates while 75% are Nigerians.
Charles Dale Memorial International School
Named after Charles Dale for his contribution to education in Nigeria, the school is co-educational and multi-cultural admitting students both nationally and internationally.
House of Tara, Port Harcourt
Federal Government College, Port Harcourt
One of the 104 Federal Government owned unity colleges established with the aim of fostering national unity among youths from various parts of the country, this is a co-educational secondary school that prepares students for excellent performance in external examinations and lays a solid foundation for higher education.
NAOWA Skill Acquisition Centre
St Mary's Catholic Model School
This is an independent, co-educational, Catholic, day and boarding school run by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mother of Christ.
Stella Maris College
This is an all-boys catholic high school that serves both as a day and boarding school and run mainly by the Holy Ghost Reverend Fathers.
Jesuit Memorial College
This is a co-educational secondary school for boarding students that provides world-class education in academics and moral values.
Federal Science and Technical College Ahoada
The Federal Science and Technical College Ahoada was established with the objectives of providing quality basic education, pre-professional science education and vocational (job specific) education for the production of artisans/operatives, skilled manpower as well as pre-professionals in science and Technology occupation. All the students are in the boarding house and are distributed in four houses namely: Independence, Niger, Rivers, and Unity. Academic programs are run separately in the senior secondary (SS) and Technical (ST) section of the college. It is, therefore, right to state that the college has two schools in one.
Federal Government Girls College Abuloma
Federal Government Girls' College (FGGC), Abuloma was established alongside other second generation unity schools in 1975, at the temporary site in the Borikiri area of Port Harcourt City Council Area. The College started with thirty (34) students, eight (8) teaching staff, and fourteen (14) non-teaching staff with Mrs. Okobi as the pioneer principal. In 1976, As more classrooms were made available, more pioneer teaching and non-teaching staff were posted to the college. The junior secondary school component was disarticulated from the senior secondary school between 2006 and 2010.
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