About Us

Petra Schools Ota

Having accumulated experiences over the years with this age group, we are sufficiently equipped to raise a generation that will be fully adjusted to play meaningful roles in today’s changing society.

At Petra we provide an education that is based on Christian principles. We however welcome children irrespective of their family’s religious beliefs.

Petra is committed to the total development of student’s minds, hearts and bodies. Yet first and foremost, we are a school – one that works diligently to maintain a reputation for academic excellence

A vision of seasoned educationists who have interacted with youths academically, socially, spiritually, and psychologically for a period of over 38 years. 

Today’s parents have genuine fears of peer group and societal influence on their children/ ward. Whereas achievement of success in academic activities is enough to worry about, keeping children out of social dangers has been added. Such social problems like drug addictions sexual immorality, cultism and so on, have been threatening academic success, which parents are particular about.

At Petra Schools, these and related issues have been analysed and effective remedial programs have been put in place to frustrate negative societal influence on students

Everyday at the Petra Schools is like a blessing with the active students and talented staff members around.

Temiloluwa Oluwasijuwomi — Administrator
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Mission Statement

Our mission at Petra Schools is to adopt up to date, relevant and Godly techniques as well as engaging qualified God fearing and vision driven individuals with the aim of laying a solid Godly foundation, towards academic excellence.

Our Core Values

INTEGRITY

EXCELLENCE

QUALITY

PERSPICUITY

Our Philosophy

We, at Petra Schools, follow a child-centered educational approach. We make sure that it is based on scientific observations from birth to adulthood. We believe that a child is naturally curious and is capable of initiating learning in a supportive and thoughtfully prepared environment.