Lagos State School Resumption Date in September

School Resumption date, Lagos State school resumption date, primary, secondary and tertiary institution reopening date in Lagos State.

The Lagos State governor Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, have announced date for school resumption in the state.

Universities, polytechnics, college of education and other tertiary institution will start first.

Below are more news on school resumption in Lagos.

Lagos School Resumption Date for Primary and Secondary Schools

The official date for reopening of primary and secondary schools in Lagos State is September 21.

This means that all private and government owned schools will be allowed to open in September.

Students should also start preparing to go back to school. You may be wondering if the governor will postpone this specified date.

September 21 is the fixed and official date of school resumption in Lagos.

Tertiary Institution Resumption Date in Lagos State

As primary and secondary schools resume in September, tertiary institutions will also be allowed to open.

The tertiary institutions includes;

  • Federal universities in Lagos such as UNILAG
  • State University such as LASU (Lagos State University)
  • All private universities
  • Federal polytechnics such as yabatech
  • State polytechnics
  • Private polytechnics
  • Colleges of education and
  • Finally, other higher institutions across the states.

What is The Official Date for School Resumption in Lagos State

This is one important question every student and teachers should ask.

I am happy to inform you that Lagos State governor and ministry of education have given official speech on reopening of schools for academic and non-academic activities.

For primary and secondary schools, the official resumption date is 21 September.

While all other higher institutions will resume 14 September 2020.

We will continue to update this post as we receive reliable information on school resumption in Lagos and other states in Nigeria.

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