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Deeper Life
High School

Lagos Campus

Address

DLICC, KM 42 Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Mowe, Ogun State.

Visiting Hours

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

Phone

08158190108

Email

lagosonline@deeperlifehighschool.org

Welcome Address
by the Principal

 Welcome to our esteemed institution, a co-educational full boarding school that is dedicated to providing an all-round qualitative education with a strong emphasis on academic and moral excellence. Our school was established in 2010 as an extension of our nationwide Deeper Life High School, with the primary aim of bringing quality education and proper training to our prospective students. Since then, we have been churning out boys and girls who are excelling in various fields around the world.

We hold high expectations for all our students, and we are committed to motivating and supporting them to achieve their goals. Our professional staff members are deeply devoted to engaging our students with innovative teaching methodologies and creating a positive learning environment.

Our facilities are top notch for we constantly strive to upgrade our ICT to build students who can measure up to their contemporaries in this regard around the globe

Our admission process involves testing candidates in English Language, Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Mathematics, and subsequently interviewing them for possible admission into our Campus. We have a deep appreciation and celebration of diversity and inclusion, and nationality, ethnicity, race, and gender are not factors in our selection process.

We take pride in our numerous awards in Sports, Arts, Sciences, and Commerce, and we remain committed to empowering our students to unleash their creative potential and become agents of change that align with our mission. Parents who are seeking  quality education for their children are welcome to visit our school. We look forward to meeting and working with you to provide the best possible education for your child.

Welcome once again to our esteemed institution, and we invite you to explore our website and learn more about our commitment to providing an exceptional educational experience in a fast evolving world of technology.

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Mr. Emmanuel Eze

Administrator, Lagos Campus

Facts & Figures
of Host State

Ogun State which is also referred to as the Gateway State, is a state in southwest Nigeria. The state is regarded as one of Nigeria’s main manufacturing centres and has a significant concentration of industrial estates. It is a significant Nigerian state with a vibrant culture and history. On February 3rd, 1976, General Murtala Mohammed/Obasanjo created the state from the old western region. The Ogun River, which cuts straight through the state from north to south, inspired the state’s name. There are 20 local government areas in the state.

Some interesting facts you might like to know about Ogun State are the following:

1. The State Name

 Ogun State was named after the Ogun River, which runs across the state from north to the south.

2. The State Capital

The state capital, Abeokuta, had its own laws, a police force, and a civil service and was well-organized during the colonial period. She was an independent nation for 20 years and 11 months before the British combined her with the rest of Nigeria.

3. Ethnic Groups

The Egba, the Ijebu, the Remo, the Egbado, the Awori, and the Egun are the six principal ethnic groups of Ogun state. The state also has subgroups like Ikale, Ketu, Ohori, and Anago which are also present.

4. The State Of The First

The first local government district in Nigeria, Abeokuta South, the first church in Nigeria, St. Peter’s Anglican Church, and the first hospital in Nigeria, Sacred Heart Hospital, are all located in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

5. The Ijebus

Early in the 14th century, the Ijebus in the state were the first Yoruba speakers to interact with Europeans. They were the first Yorubas to create Owo Eyo, or cowry shell money, which was accepted across the Yorubaland kingdom before being supplanted by Pandora or legal tender coins when the Europeans arrived.

6. Political History

Ogun state has produced the majority of Nigeria’s political leaders from the South-West region. All South-Westerners who were once the President or Head of State of the country (Obasanjo, Shonekan) all hail from Ogun State. Chief Jeremiah Obafemi Awolowo, the first premier of the Western region, was also from Ogun State.

7. Educational History

Ogun State is the only state in Nigeria with two state-owned universities, and it has the most higher education institutions per capita. The first university of education in Nigeria is located in Ogun State.

8. Tourist Attractions

The shrine of Bilikisu Sungbo in the Oke-Eri village, Ijebu-Ode, Olumo Rock in Abeokuta, Ebute-Oni and the Iwopin Boat Regatta in Ogun Waterside, and the Oyan Dam in Abeokuta North are just a few of the tourist sites in Ogun State.

9. Notable Personalities

Obafemi Awolowo, MKO Abiola, Mike Adenuga, Olusegun Obasanjo, Wole Soyinka, Fela Kuti, and Tunde Bakare are just a few of the noteworthy individuals from the gateway state.

10. Agricultural Contributions

According to a May 2016 CNBC Africa article, Ogun State has emerged as Nigeria’s new industrial centre and is thought to be the nation’s most industrialised state. Nigeria’s output of chicken products is heavily influenced by Ogun State. In addition, Ogun state is the only place where the well-known Ofada rice is grown. The town of Ofada is where the rice is cultivated.

Key Sites
in Host State

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Covenant University, Ota
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Bells University
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Babcock, University
Presidential-Library
Obasanjo Presidential Library
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Olumo Rock
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Redemption Camp

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Get In Touch With Us!

Phone

08158190108

Email

lagosonline@deeperlifehighschool.org

Address

DLICC, KM 42 LAGOS-IBADAN EXPRESSWAY, MOWE, OGUN STATE.

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