Administrative Ivory Tower

We compete with modern infrastructure with state of the art structure...

A well fortified and secured gateway

The school is well secured from any external interference...

We believe in Commitment to Excellence

Destiny is not a matter of CHANCE but a matter of CHOICE...

Mrs Oputu Margaret

Current Principal of Hussey College Warri

A well equipped sick bay

We have a well equipped sick bay facility for our students...

A Science laboratory equipment

A Science laboratory equipment facility is available for our science students to be practically involved...

Technologically COMPLIANT

All Students are made to go through computer literacy...

A state of the art Science Laboratory equipment

Our students learn practically with state of the art science equipment for better understanding...

A Science laboratory equipment

A Science laboratory equipment facility is available for our science students to be practically involved...

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A conducive environment that stimulates a good learning habit

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  • Background

    Hussey College is located along Upper Erejuwa Road In Warri, Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State. The College was named after Eric Robert James Hussey the first British Director of Education in Nigeria.

  • Hussey College Warri started as only Boys Secondary School (Single Sex) at its inception on the 3rd of February 1947. It became a mixed Secondary School in 1960. The School was reverted to only Boys School in 2001 and renamed Hussey Boys Model College. It was finally reverted to mixed Secondary School in 2014. Hussey College Warri was founded by three prominent Itsekiri personalities late Chief Ogbemi Newe Rewane, the late Olegbotsere of Warri, late Chief Alfred Rewane and late Chief Elliot Nekapenomi Andrew Begho. Hussey College Warri has seven competitive Houses, four boys houses, and three girls houses. Boys:Dore(Red), Ikoli (Yellow), Nana (Green), and Serville Dawes (Blue) Girls: Ejimogho (Yellow) lye (Red) and Otsowode (Blue). The pioneer Principal was Mr. V. A. Savage while the first indigenous Principal was Chief E. A. Adeyemi.

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