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American International School of Lagos

Behind 1004 Federal Estates Victoria Island

Lagos, Nigeria

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    Middle of the school plaza area.

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Total Students 760
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Year Founded 1964
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Phone No. (+234) 08186632769
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American International School of Lagos (AISL) is an American international school in Lagos, Nigeria serving Pre-School to grade 12. The Victoria Island campus, located on 6 acres (2.4 ha) of leased land leased by a government, opened in 1981. The school was founded in 1964.

AISL’s wide diversity in its student population consists of 600+ students of whom approximately 30% are Americans. Students from India, United Kingdom, Nigeria, Canada, South Africa, Israel, Lebanon, and the Netherlands all make up significant portions of our population while the balance consists of students from over 50 different countries, reflecting the international character of the school.


The officers of the Board shall consist of the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. There are nine total members on the Board, one of which is appointed by the U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria. Three other members are appointed by Chervon, ExxonMobil, and Shell. The remaining members are parents of the school elected by the parent association.

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