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Location: Merosa Apo Abuja
Plot No. 2369, Cadastral Zone E27, APO, Abuja FCT Nigeria.
Phone Number: Merosa Apo
Admissions: 0809 729 2759
General Info: 0708 836 1716, 0802 736 9486, 0816 546 9979
Location: Merosa Kubwa.
Merosa Academy Plot 95 Fika Link Behind Mercy Plaza Off Gado Nasco Road Phase 4 Kubwa, Abuja FCT Nigeria.
Admissions: 0814 900 1769
General Info: 0803 218 5301, 0816 546 9979
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How can I start the admissions process for my child?
For a fee of N10,000, you can obtain our Admission Form from the school, or you can download one online. After receiving the completed form, the admission Officer will schedule the child for a written exam, if one is required.
What is the procedure for enrolling?
Parents may complete the entrance form after touring the school and meeting with the Admission Officer. You may use our online platform to complete the admissions process and browse our website for whatever you require.
Is there a deadline for enrolling?
Families frequently enroll their children at the start of the school year in September. However, applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Students can join a classroom at any time during the academic year if space is available.
Is there a written exam required for admission?
All candidates seeking admission to Merosa Academy, with the exception of early years students, must take a written placement test. For the following classes, admission is exclusively based on age appropriateness:
Entering Playgroup/Pre-Nursery – 2 years old by September 1st
Entering Nursery 1 – 3 years old by September 1st
Entering Nursery 2 – 4 years old by September 1st
Entering Primary 1 – 5 years old by September 1st
Entering Primary 2 – 6 years old by September 1st
Entering Primary 3 – 7 years old by September 1st
Entering Primary 4 – 8 years old by September 1st
Entering Primary 5 – 9 years old by September 1st
Entering Primary 6 – 10 years old by September 1st
Entering JS 1 – 11 years old by September 1st
Entering JS 2 – 12 years old by September 1s
What happens if a child fails the Placement Test?
We provide a Provisional Admission Letter as well as a refresher program in partnership with the applicant’s parents to assist the applicant in addressing some learning challenges and grey areas in core topics. The placement test will be retaken in the future.
Which kind of institution is Merosa Academy?
We are a co-educational, secular school. We value each child’s religious views and teach our children to do so as well.
We provide a lesson for everyone, from Play Group to SS3.
Can the school provide for the needs of pupils who have special needs?
Yes, there is a system of education in place that allows kids with special needs to study alongside their peers. The school uses shadow professors to provide particular care.
How many students are in a typical Merosa class?
There are typically 20 people in each of our classes.
How safe is the campus of the school?
We take seriously our responsibility to protect both persons and property. Our gates are securely closed. To ensure this, we have qualified security personnel on duty at all times. Therefore, you can rest assured that your child is safe with us.
How are parents informed about their kids' development at Merosa Academy?
Teachers regularly interact with parents during drop-off and pick-up times. We also regularly arrange parent-teacher conferences to review and talk about the students’ development. A crucial part of our programme is parent communication. Parents can reach our principal, school administrator, and school admin officer at any time.