Holy Child College, South West Ikoyi, Lagos was established by the Sisters of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus in Lagos on the 9th of April, 1945 for an exceptional education for the girls in the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos.
Holy Child Colleges & schools are famous for its excellent Educational Programs that is relevant, flexible and adaptable to the various Continents where they have Schools and Colleges (American, South America, Europe, Africa) and is based on trust and reverence for the dignity of each person, bringing together the quest for academic excellence with the ethos of Christian education.
Holy Child College, Lagos is situated on a four acre plot at a strategic corner of South West Ikoyi, with its attractive lawns, greenery and flowers, creating a serene atmosphere that is conducive for learning; holistically nurturing the girl child.
Our students gain admission into all the top Universities in Nigeria and beyond. Our records are tops in Sports, Music, Drama, Creative Art and Culture. Our integrated curriculum comprises a blend of Nigerian and Western Educational Paradigms, for a dynamic academic, spiritually-enriched and psycho-socially diversified educational experience.
“To help others believe that God lives and acts in them and in our world and to rejoice in His presence”
· To develop a Christian atmosphere in which the whole person is capable of developing to her highest potential
· To encourage the Christian formation of young women capable of exercising responsible freedom, by offering them the opportunity in trust, where they learn to make choices and hold themselves accountable for these choices as matured Christians
· To help them discover the value of human person, by assisting the students gain knowledge and appreciate themselves and others around them
· To provide a holistic education, an intellectually challenging and creative program of study that develops a love of learning and academic excellence, which will enable the girl-child develop into a well-formed person capable of joining hands with men and women of integrity to contribute her quota to the socio-political, economic and spiritual development of her nation and the world at large.
These are the values that have produced an enviable list of women of substance as Alumni all over the world.

Rev. Sr. Antoinette Opara, SHCJ (Administrator)

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