Front Range is the only school in Akoka to offer the cohesive English and National curriculum using the Montessori methods through to Year 6 levels of the Grade classes.
At Front Range, the Montessori methods of learning are incorporated into the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Front Range School was created in response to an ever growing need for private schools with very high quality of education and specific demand for a well-blended Nigerian/British National program.
We limit our class groups, but despite our small classes, we keep fees at an affordable level.
To make private education financially accessible for families in the area and we are proud of the value we provide.
We welcomed our first set of babies in 2009 when we established Granma’s House Creche, incorporated in 2008. Our vision then was to meet a dire need at the time. At Granma’s House, we provide a daycare centre of great quality care and facilities run by qualified and experienced staff in an environment that’s Home Away From Home. A place where nursing mothers could drop their children and be at peace at their workplaces.
Five years later, in 2013, we expanded our organization was granted permission by the Ministry of Education to proceed into primary school.
At this juncture, we re-grouped and renamed the primary section Front Range Nursery and Primary School. Front Range School is owned and managed by the Directors of Granma’s House Prep. School.
Front Range School operates in a modern site that provides an outstanding environment for learning. We have a fully equipped STEAM lab, ICT suite, Art Studio, Library, Nurse Station and classrooms equipped so that all specialist subject needs are catered for.
Our pupils benefit from large school amenities while enjoying the advantages of more intimate access in an instructional setting. Our main buildings have 2 entrances and 2 other serviced entrances for the pupils. They are permanently supervised by our staff.
The playground areas are also completely enclosed, thus offering maximum protection for Pupils. The school is well served by a network of transport systems.