305, Eliminigwe Housing Estate
|Type||Private, boarding and day|
|Founder||Edwin E. Osuegbu|
|Director||Adline Boma Osuegbu|
|Athletics||Table Tennis, Badminton, Soccer, Volleyball and Basketball|
Topline Schools is a private coeducational day and boarding school that has been in operation since September 2007. The school is located in the Elelenwo residential neighborhood of Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The school provides boarding for children living within and those from outside the state or local government area. It has nursery, and primary-level and secondary-level schools.
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