The government also said it would prosecute the proprietor of the school.
The Commissioner for Education, Dr Shehu Makarfi said in a statement on Thursday in Kaduna, that the action of the school contravened the provisions of the Quarantine Order that directed all schools in the state to remain closed.
“In addition to closing the school and revoking its license, relevant provisions of the law will be applied to prosecute the proprietor of the school.
“Schools in Kaduna state have been closed since March 23, and the ministry of education had encouraged schools to leverage on e-learning to keep students in basic, post basic and tertiary institution learning.
“Plans and recommendations to reopen schools in the state were discussed at the meeting of education stakeholders in the state.
The commissioner warned that no school should charge fees or open for third term without permission.