Admission Process

One of the most important factors in choosing a school for your child is focusing on the ‘right’ school; not necessarily the ‘best’ school. If you ask us, we advise that you choose a school that empowers and equips your child to follow his/her passion, achieve his/her best and develop a lifelong love of learning (click here to download the application form).  

Although we promote equal opportunities for all children, regardless of their gender, background, race or ability, it is important to note that at Start-Rite Schools, SEN is considered on a case by case basis.

It is essential to us that as a prospective Start-Rite parent or student, you should come to us with a clear idea of our vision, mission, core-values, promise, and expectations. We, therefore, recommend a school tour.  This offers your family a chance to ensure that Start-Rite Schools and everything we have to offer, are suitable for your child. 

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Please purchase the application form directly from the school. It is Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000) only. If you’d like to download the form please click here

Once the form is completed, please return with the following documents.

  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate (original must be presented with the copy for sighting)
  • 2 Passport sized photos (name, date and signature on the reverse)
  • Photocopy of International Passport (original must be presented with the copy for sighting)
  • Photocopy of the child(ren)'s up-to-date immunisation record
  • Photocopy of child(ren)'s last school report (original must be presented with the copy for sighting)

To learn about policies and procedures at Start-Rite Schools, click here.



Entrance exam dates have been set between January and May. To avoid disappointment, we suggest that you pick the next available exam date.

Once the student sits for their exam and the scores have been collated, the student and their parent or guardian will be invited for an interview with the School Principal. At the interview, the results of the examination and the child’s admission status will be advised.