Providing quality American education against the only 1,280 students per year in Abuja that receives the American curriculum
To be an elite, private co-educational boarding school competing with the best schools in Nigeria
Integrity, Ethics & High Moral Standards, Academic Honesty, High Sense of Diligence, Global Competitive Student
Approximately 9 Hectares located at Piyako, Karshi, Abuja – Nigeria Site of the Proposed Access Road The New …
The core training intent of Seeds of Abraham Academy (‘’SAA”) is to focus on moral leadership, ethics, integrity, and nationalism, and thereby plug the prevalent hole negating our quest for true nationhood.
There has been gross underfunding of the educational sector by the Federal Government of Nigeria over the past twenty years. This underfunding has led to a substantial reduction in educational standards at public educational institutions as facilities have deteriorated and teachers have underpaid. This reduction in standards has led to the emergence of a substantial number of private secondary schools which have attempted to fill the gap left by federal and states schools.
There are currently approximately 6.6 million students in 18,238 secondary schools across Nigeria, of which 1.9% (125,000) are in 102 Federal Unity Schools spread across the 36 states of Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory, and the majority of the rest are in state and other government schools. Given the declining educational system in the country, there has been an explosion of private schools across the country and these schools currently cater to an estimated 7% of students (462,000).
Unfortunately, there is tremendous variability in the quality of the educational being provided by these private schools, with the vast majority offering mediocre education, and the average parent being unable to decipher the value being provided. Field research indicates that the top ten schools in the country, in times of pricing and academic credentials only cater for less than 0.1% of students.
In Abuja, besides Loyola Jesuit, the International Community School Abuja and the American International School of Abuja, which collectively cater for about 1.280 students per year, there are no other quality schools that provide the American curriculum. As a result, there is tremendous potential for a new school to fill the gap for quality American education.
To be ranked consistently as one of the top private secondary schools/universities in Nigeria with a track record of grooming and graduating students who distinguish themselves academically locally and globally. The student body will be a diverse mix of students across Nigeria. Alumni will have a strong connection to both the school and the country, and will play future active leadership roles in the development of Nigeria
To provide world-class, holistic education that prepares the mind, body and soul of its students to live full and meaningful lives as agents of peace and progress wherever they may be.
Generation of True Knowledge