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Deeper Life High School,

Abuja Campus

Address

No. 12, Natasha Akpoti Street, Kado Estate or (Plot 394, Off Water Park, Kado Estate)

Visiting Hours

Mon.-Fri. 8am - 4pm
Sat. 10am-2pm

Phone

08158190081

Email

abujaprincipal@deeperlifehighschool.org

Welcome Address
by the Principal

Mr. Ali Francis

Administrator, Abuja Campus

Welcome to Abuja campus of DLHS. We are delighted to have you visit our page. Abuja Campus is situated in a serene environment  within Abuja metropolis; and it offers breathtaking   facilities strategically designed to encourage students’ learning. Navigating your way to the Campus through the streets of the capital city gives a reassuring euphoria, security and safety which are key considerations of the school proprietor. The Campus prides itself in outstanding results in WASSE, NECO, JAMB and international examinations(IGCSE, SAT) by the grace of God.  Our campus and staff are dedicated to fostering an environment of intellectual, personal and spiritual growth, considering the robust students support system put in place, all geared towards accommodating every student. I invite you to explore our campus and learn more about our school and the many benefits of a quality education it is poised to offer. Thank you for visiting!

Mr. Ali Francis

(Administrator).

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Facts & Figures
of Host State

Abuja, city, capital of Nigeria. It lies in the central part of Nigeria, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT; created 1976). The city is approximately 300 miles (480 km) North-east of Lagos, the former capital (until 1991). During the 1980s the new capital city was built and developed on the grass-covered Chukuku Hills.

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The site was chosen for Nigeria’s new capital because of its central location, easy accessibility, salubrious climate, and low population density and the availability of land for future expansion. It was the first planned city to be built in Nigeria. Abuja lies at 1,180 feet (360 metres) above sea level and has a cooler climate and less humidity than is found in Lagos

 

The city’s Central Area contains the city hall, national cultural institutes, and other government-related offices. It also contains the Three Arms Zone, which is home to the presidential palace, the National Assembly, the Supreme Court, the National Arboretum, the National Christian Centre, the National Mosque, and Millennium Park, the largest park in Abuja; the National Children’s Park and Zoo is nearby. Other areas provide housing, shopping facilities, and other urban amenities. The National Stadium, a large multi sport arena, is located on the western edge of the Central Area. Abuja has an international airport, and express ways connect the federal capital with other cities. Power lines and underground cables conduct electricity to the city; the Shiroro Dam, on the Niger River south west of Abuja, is one source. Pop. (2006) Abuja Municipal Area Council, 776,298; (2016 est.) urban agglom., 2,940,000.








Key Sites
in Host State

  • Wonderland
  • Jabi Lake Jabi Lake(Bodies of Water)
  • Bature Brewery. Breweries. Open now.
  • Nike Art Gallery. Art Galleries.
  • Jabi Lake Mall. Shopping Malls.
  • An Noor Mosque. Religious Sites.
  • Dunes. Shopping Malls.
  • Anglican Church of Nigeria. Churches & Cathedrals.
  • Thought Pyramid Art Centre. Art Galleries Art Museums.

Get In Touch With Us!

Phone

08158190081

Email

abujaprincipal@deeperlifehighschool.org

Address

No. 12, Natasha Akpoti Street, Kado Estate or (Plot 394, Off Water Park, Kado Estate)

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