Directory of military boarding schools as well as troubled teen boarding schools and troubled teen schools.

Nigerian Navy Secondary School

Lagos, Nigeria

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  • Nigerian Navy Secondary School

    Established: 1982 Lagos

    The Nigerian Navy Secondary School (NNSS) Ojo is the first secondary school established by the Nigerian Navy (NN) in 1982. It has the highest strength of enrolled students and the greatest concentration of the children ...

    Motto: Hard work and Discipline

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  • Air Force Military School

    Established: 1980 Jos

    Air Force Military School, Jos {AFMS} is a Military and Academic Institution located in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. Established on 18 August 1980, the School has graduated over 4660 junior airmen as of July 2015.

  • Nigerian Military School

    Established: 1954 Zaria

    The Nigerian Military School Zaria, founded as the Boys-Company of Nigeria in 1954, was established under the auspices of Nigerian Regiment Training centre of the Royal West African Frontier Force (RWAFF). The school was established ...

  • Armed Forces Command and Staff College

    Established: 1976 Jaji

    The Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji is a training facility for the Nigerian Armed Forces, including the army, air force and navy. It is near the village of Jaji, Nigeria, about 35 km northeast ...

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You may also want to consider boarding schools or Christian schools for troubled youth or home for troubled teens, because military schools are generally not designed for troubled teens. Military schools offer young men the ability to develop academically, personally, and socially into a confident and prepared leader. But military schools are not always the right choice for every young man. While military schools offer structure, and academic and athletic discipline in a controlled and monitored environment that is free from drugs and alcohol, military school is not intended to act as a rehabilitation program. And military schools do not offer the type of behavior counseling support needed to properly rehabilitate troubled young men with criminal pasts who need to reform their belief systems and their conduct. Military schools are looking for young men who want to prepare themselves for a future in a collegiate, military, or professional setting.