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St Dominic’s Nursery and Primary School Dabai resumes

St Dominic’s Nursery and Primary School Dabai, P.O Box 225, Zuru Kebbi State Nigeria was established on the 10th of February 1997 with a view to:

(i) Provide qualitative education for children in this area irrespective of their tribe or creed, Christians, Muslims and Traditionalist.

(ii) Inculcate high moral value as part of the children’s upbringing through moral instructions.

(iii) Turn out children who in future will be able to contribute their quota to nation building.

The school began with a population of thirty two (32) pupils and a Nanny, now in hundreds with boarding section, playing ground, computer room and transport utility among others. The school has it’s extension up to secondary Secondary School. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:

To contribute our quota to the development of education in Kebbi State and Nigeria in general. MOTTO:

Knowledge is Light. CORE VALUE:

Academic and moral excellence in a peaceful environment. MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission is to prepare children for God, Moral and Qualitative Education that will equip them to become useful and functional citizens. VISION STATEMENT:

Evolve a citadel for learning that is centre of all round excellence where equal opportunities are provided for the emergence of great leader, professionals and technocrats that will render effective and selfless services to humanity in all ramifications of life, for the betterment of church and society in the light of Dominican spiritually. FOR NEW ADMISSIONS AND ENQUIRY:

Our forms for the next academic session are now on sale in school premises during working days. For more information, please call:


October 7, 2020.

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