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Checkout Deeper Life High School Fees (Photos)

Deeper Life High School, Uyo has been on the news due to the molestation of one of its Students by the name Don Davies.

I went through their website site to get screenshots of their school fees.

Below are the screenshots:


School fees are 230,000 Naira per term except for the first term when you pay for books etc. For a first time student, you buy a Laptop on your own. A first-time student pays about N400,000 plus in the first term. Adding all, the fees come to about N900,000 per session at most for first-timers or those starting like SS1. Otherwise, it's N230, 000 for others and amounts to about N690,000 per session.

The Akwa Ibom case is isolated and not typical - it should be thoroughly and independently investigated, lessons learned and anyone indicted by appropriate state authorities should be punished accordingly.

Source: Google

Deeper Life High School has 22 campuses (in 21 States and Abuja).

The school is open to the general public and students come from different denominations and even non-Christians.

 Each campus has a management team, a school management committee, PTA, and hierarchy running through to the Education Secretary who reacted in the video from the Management. The Education Secretary supervises and coordinates from the Headquarters in Lagos all the twenty-two (22) campuses spread across the nation.

Cases can be reported, escalating from the school educators, housemasters/mistress, principals, administrators, PTAs right through to the Executive Secretary, etc. Some students have previously been suspended or expelled for various offenses -exam malpractices, immorality, etc are not tolerated.

I hope the current case in issue is given the seriousness it deserves by the school and State authorities. The investigation should be swift and holistic.

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Deeper Life High School Don Davies Laptop Uyo


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