The Dike Family.

Finally, a glorious journey of 12 years is berthed in very glorious manner. Not even covid19 could stop the wonderful graduation ceremony. Though held virtually, the glamour was not lost.

In 2008 we became part of the Imperial Gate Family. I still recall the first encounter with the founder of the school, Late Mrs. Olubunmi. The meeting was a clear testimony to the saying- "quality, when you see it, you know it."

Mrs Faleye (Ibidunnni and Oluwaloni's mum)

I would like to thank and appreciate all the teachers of IGS from Nursery to Primary School. It has really been a journey especially having two children who needed supervision and they have been groomed to be responsible and independent. I'm very proud to say that IGS has a lot to do with it.

The Aderinokun Family.

Hmmmm as I watched the children sing, Mr Oni I could not but reflect on your passion and exuberance which has been consistent in all the time I have known you which is all of my 9 years in IGS. God bless you for your consistency. Mr Ladi, you are like a light bulb and the room lights up when you are around.

Ms Emore

Seven years gone by from Nursery 2 Rose in September 2012 to Year 6 Jasmine. It's been a journey of learning, unlearning, relearning and amazing relationships. Imperial Gate School shaped Onome like I never imagined. I wanted my son to attend a decent school where old values were taught and held dear. I found it in Imperial Gate School. The teachers and admin team instilled core values of discipline, hard work and honesty in the children. I am proud of the young man Onome is evolving into.

Alhaji Yakubu Gobir - Wazirin Kasar Hausa

A beautiful small world!
How I wish my daughter Iman could remain in this small world forever. A child's education is multidimensional; strong academics is good, and so is a nurturing environment, independent thinking, creativity and discipline. We found all of these things and more at Imperial Gate School. Iman's older sister and brother are in university now, and I learnt through them that what works for one child might not work for another.

Mrs Obhakhan

Choosing a school for our children is a crucial decision for parents. The academic profile of the school, the facilities and range of activities it offers, its atmosphere and ethos as well as its moral values are all factors that need to be taken into account.

We the Obhakhans believed that IGS offers all of these. As an IGS parents, I know my voice is heard as I can see the results of our sons. I can confidently state that the education...

Mrs Eneh

Thank you IGS!

Thank you IGS!

Thank you IGS!

Mrs Olatawura

I bless God for the decision to make IGS our school.

Thank you to the IGS team for raising such strong children who work hard irrespective of whatever the condition is. Thank you.

Adobi & Fidel Azogu

As our last child leaves this 'beautiful small world', we are grateful to God for this astounding journey which started in the fall of 2007.

In retrospect, this journey has been a beautiful, meaningful, refining and pruning process for our children; one that has begat numerous milestones and sweet memories for which we'll remain grateful.

Mr & Mrs Ugo and Rhoda Udumukwu : ACCOLADES FOR IGS

"… Looking back to 2015, I think choosing IGS for the children was one of the best decisions that we made. It is really not about the size of the school but about the quality of the content," my husband said to me few days ago as we talked about activities leading up to our daughter, Nicole's graduation.

Moving from Abuja to Lagos with four children including a 3-month old was tough.

Mrs Ejinima

Every school ought to be a continuation of the home which is the premier school. in the last seven years at Imperial Gate School, I have witnessed the power of collaboration in providing a fully rounded education for my children. The formation of their intellect, character and emotion in line with the values and educational philosophy of the home has been critical to the performance of my children post primary.