LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE

SECONDARY CATEGORY GENDER: Mixed
Lagos State, Nigeria
Total Page Views: 106 5, Disu Adeigbe Street, Car Wash Bus Stop, Ojogbe, Ikorodu - Lagos. - View in maps

LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE is a secondary School located at 5, Disu Adeigbe Street, Car Wash Bus Stop, Ojogbe, Ikorodu - Lagos..

Proprietor/Proprietress
Dr Kolawole Olusola Christwealth

Founded
13th of September, 1999

Staff Population
40

Student Population
400

Private School

Authorised to conduct WAEC/NECO?
yes

Vision
To build a total youth, to build a solid nation

Mission
Mission to make sound and qualitative education affordable to every child in our society and to mould the younger generations to enable them contribute meaningfully to the task of nation building in no distant future

Core-Values
It's about A- wesome L- iberated M-otivated O-utstanding N-urtured D-ynamic

Facilities
  • Science Laboratory
  • Transportation
  • Ultra Modern Classroom
  • Digital Learnings
  • ICT Lab
  • Sick Bay

Contact Information
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Ekojoka Fabian – June 23, 2020

They don't pay their teachers salaries. It is shameful that the owner as rich as he is step on the poor teachers this badly. Funny enough he want to be president of Nigeria. Nigerians should watch out for his likes in politics. That is how they end up as Governors and not pay salaries for months.

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Ekojoka Fabian – June 23, 2020

They don't pay their teachers salaries. It is shameful that the owner as rich as he is step on the poor teachers this badly. Funny enough he want to be president of Nigeria. Nigerians should watch out for his likes in politics. That is how they end up as Governors and not pay salaries for months.