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The Nursery/Primary section was established on September 27th, 2002, while the High school was inaugurated on the 24th September 2007.

Plot 648 Idris Gidado Way, Wuye, Abuja.

As a Christian school, while academic excellence is emphasized, Biblical integration of subjects and spiritual formation activities set us apart.

Royal Family Academy offers an integrated educational curriculum which includes Nigerian, British and American.

Wuye, Utako, Jabi, Zone II, Savannah estate, Garki II, Wuse II, Mabushi/Jabi lake, Prince and Princess, Games village, Kado estate, Gwarinpa, Lokogoma, Sunny Vale, Apo, Sun-city, Life camp, CITEC, Kuchingoro.

Magnificent school auditorium, conducive learning environment with air conditioned classrooms fitted with student cubicles, well equipped ICT, science, home-economics/home-management laboratories, music and arts studios, discovery centre (Special Needs Education) and montessori room. As well as school cafeteria, school clinic, swimming pool and a stadium with facilities for track and field events.

Student to teacher ratio depends on the different section of the school. The Nursery has 10:1, Primary 12:1, High school 15:1.

The three major Nigerian languages (Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo), French, Spanish and Mandarin.

The admission process is based on age appropriateness and outcome of academic assessment.

The school offers a broad and rich variety of co-curricular activities to appeal to students of various interests from dance classes, sports, academic presentations, clubs, enhancement classes, whole school events etc.

Yes, it is affiliated to Family Worship Centre and is a subsidiary of Family Ministries International.

Royal Family Academy believes in collaborative learning which actively involves the parents through Parents Teachers Progressive Forum (PTPF), the school Parenting Institute and other medium.

Academic Assistance Sessions (AAS) and remedial classes are designed to help pupils and students overcome challenges in their areas of weakness. AAS and remedial classes is a one-to-one teaching approach that is meant to help learners improve in any areas of difficulty. These run across the Nursery, Primary and High school.

Yes, the school admits both National and International students.

RFA operates a day school for now. A boarding school is being built and will be in operation in the nearest future.

The world needs a Christian school because there is a need for an awakening in the area of morals and values. Kingdom education has become a necessity because the society must be reconciled to God and His creation must fulfil His initial plan. The plan is the manifestation of God’s glory in every aspect of human endeavour.