Onwudinjo announced this in a statement made available on Monday in Abuja. He said that JSS1 to SS1 students were eligible to benefit from the scholarship.
He said that the scheme would cover boarding, tuition, books, materials, medical, entrepreneurship training and start-up capital on completion of school.
According to him, the school expects the Presidential Committee on North-East Intervention (PCNI) to share costs of feeding of the children with them.
“ We shall closely work with the PCNI to select, release, and monitor the students during the scholarship scheme,”he said.
The proprietor also said that the scholarship scheme was part of the school humanitarian contributions to the resolution of the North-East crisis.