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Nigerian Navy Secondary Schools, Fees & Location 2024

Do you aspire to study in one of the Nigerian Navy Secondary Schools? In this article, you will discover some of the available Navy secondary schools in Nigeria, school fees, and locations.

The Nigerian Navy (NN) is a branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces. It is among the largest navies on the African continent, consisting of several thousand personnel, including those of the Coast Guard.

Before becoming a member of the Navy, you will be required to pass through due process and orientation.

The Nigerian navy secondary schools are known for recruiting fresh and young minds who are willing and capable of working in the Navy force.

In this guide, you will discover all the Nigerian navy secondary school fees, locations, and entry requirements.

Nigerian Navy Secondary Schools (NNSS)

Nigeria has a total of 7 Top navy schools across the country. Depending on your preference, you can decide to obtain entry forms for any of them.

1. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ojo

The Nigerian Navy Secondary School (NNSS) Ojo is the first secondary school established by the Nigerian Navy (NN) in 1982 and is located in Navy Town, Oriade Local Council Development Area of Lagos State.

According to Naija Home Based, NNSS Ojo has the highest strength of enrolled students and the greatest concentration of the children of NN personnel.

The basic role of the school is to provide qualitative education for children of serving and retired NN Personnel, other Services, and civilians.

The school has steadily and vigorously maintained a high academic standard since its inception.

It is, however, important to note that the school only provides boarding facilities for girls, which means boys can only be admitted as day students.

NNSS Ojo follows the regular Nigerian Secondary School Curriculum & Calendar and is currently a registered centre for WAEC.

2. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Abeokuta

The Nigerian Navy Secondary School Abeokuta (NSS Abeokuta) is so far the best Navy secondary school situated in Ogun State, Nigeria.

NNSS Abeokuta was established in 1990 while full academic activities began on 2nd March 1991 to provide a teaching and learning environment for students to attain academic excellence at both JSS and SSS levels.

And again, to imbibe the spirit of leadership and self-discipline in students through basic naval drills, participation in the management of clubs and societal organizations, hostel, and classroom

Lastly, The school program is fully boarding and all provisions and other school items are provided for the students by the administration.

So before acquiring the entry form for NNSS Abeokuta you should know that there is no option for those who wish to study as day students. The school only admits boarding students.

3. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Port Harcourt

The Nigerian Navy Secondary Schoo in Port Harcourt was established on the 6th of April 1994 and is located at Harold Wilson Drive in Borokiri, an old suburb, 4.1 km from Port Harcourt metropolis, the capital of Rivers State.

Just like NNSS Abeokuta, NNSS Port Harcourt is run as a full-time boarding school. However, it provides room for both male and female prospective candidates.

Lastly, NNSS Port Harcourt also follows the regular school calendar and curriculum assigned by the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Education.

4. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ogbomosho

NNSS Ogbomoso is a Navy Secondary School established in the 2012/2013 academic session and located at Iresa-Asa, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. It is situated 49.2km away from Oyo, 90.5km from Ibadan, and 50.2 km from Ilorin.

The school has equipped modern laboratories, and adequate staff as well as well-equipped sickbay to cater to the medical needs of the students and staff.

Again, with a combination of well-trained naval personnel and carefully selected, highly committed civilian staff, the school instils the spirit of leadership and self-discipline in students through basic naval drills and participation in the management of clubs and societal organizations.

5. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Calabar

NNSS Calabar was established on the 4th of August 2006 and is located at Ikot Offiong Ambai Village of Akpabuyo LGA of Cross River State, opposite the Nigerian Police Secondary School.

The Nigerian Navy Secondary School Calabar academic activities are for boarding students, to mould the youths to be responsible citizens of Nigeria and provide qualitative education for secondary school-aged children.

One advantage of the school over other Navy schools is that both male and female prospective candidates are free to apply and get admission.

6. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Imeri

NNSS Imeri is located at Imeri in Ondo State, which is about 85.4km from Akure, 44.8km from the ancient town of Owo, and 39.2km from Okene, Kogi State.

In addition, the Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Imeri operates as a full boarding school to provide affordable and qualitative education for the children of past and present personnel, and interested civilians.

7. Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Okura-Olafia

NNSS Okura-Olafia is one of the best Nigerian navy boarding schools, to provide quality secondary school education for the children of serving & retired NN personnel and other interested civilians.

In comparison with other schools, The Nigeria Navy Secondary School, Okura-Olafia is the newest and youngest of them all. However, we expect to see it attain great heights in the next few years.

The school is open for both genders; male or female, and quality feeding and care are given to students of this potentially great school.

Nigerian Navy Secondary School Fees

Nigerian Navy Secondary School Fees

The school fees of these Nigerian Navy secondary school varies from year to year, and considering the situation in the country what may be school fees today might change overnight.

So it is very important to get in touch with the official school website you wish to get admitted into for updates about your school of choice.

You can also get credible information from the official Nigerian navy website about school fees, admissions, and other important updates via nnedu & nnssadmission

How To Apply For NNSS

Do you wish to apply for admission to one of these Nigerian navy secondary schools? if yes, then here is what you need to understand.

Firstly you have to purchase an NNSS application scratch card. (this depends on the year you are applying).

From there, you can proceed and start the registration by selecting and uploading the file containing your passport photograph, you will then be able to fill out your personal information, a secret question and its secret answer, your parent information as well as school information.

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In conclusion, the Nigerian navy secondary school’s sole aim is to combine the spirit of leadership, and patriotism as well as train both the youths and adults to acquire the best formal education.

Benjamin Targba


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  1. Pls when will registration for 2024/2024 session into Nigerian navy secondary school begin

  2. How can i get the scratch card and how much it costs

  3. Please my son wanted to be a navy and we base in Apapa is there any navy secondary school that he can attend there thanks

    1. I am Musa Mahmud I form Niger state muye I am driver

  4. Kelechi Samuel Egere


  5. please want to know more about the school fees and does it have a training grand for a child that doesn’t know how to read and the parents want him to get training

  6. can the school admitted a child from senior secondary school


      M child register for Navy school but we reside in AKURE ONDO STATE. Examination centre was Ogun/ONDO. Can he writes the exam in Ondo state or Ogun state? Pls enlight me

      1. yeah you can write the exam in akure that means you can write the exam at command

  7. Thank you.

    Please is there any Nigerian navy secondary school in Abuja!

    Thank you

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