From far and near we come to thee,
dear Federal Government College Okigwe.
Great porter of mind and body,
we yeild ourselves to thee to mould.
Alma mata, hive of learning, camp of patriots and good breeding.
We cherish thee and this offer, to shine for thee now and after.
Federal Government College Okigwe Alumni is an Association that was formed May 2011.
The primary purpose of the association is to invest in the future of our current students by raising funds to rebuild sections of the school, boast the school’s academic and extra curricular activities, provide much needed resources that will help facilitate studies and if possible offer scholarship to less privileged pupil. This we aim to achieve by organising reunion/fundraiser events.
The secondary purposes are as follows: to provide services that help alumni maintain connections to their educational institute, provide a forum for all members to reconnect with old friends, form new friendships and business relationships with similar background.
Membership is open to all former students of Federal Government College Okigwe irrespective of age and demographics.
Federal Government College Okigwe P.M.B. 1064, Okigwe, Imo state, Nigeria
Okigwe is the 2nd largest city in Imostate, Nigeria. It lies between the Port Harcourt - Enugu - Maiduguri rail line. It has a population of 535,765 (2005 est.), most of whom are immigrant workers from other states. Okigwe city is the host of Abia state University and Federal Government College Okigwe (one of the best unity Secondary schools in Nigeria).
FGC Okigwe has provided educational opportunities to children for over 20 years. Renowned for its unique, no-nonsense approach, our school impacts knowledge and offers skill training for students so that they may enjoy a better life.
Never wavering from its philosophy of providing educational opportunity, our School has dramatically impacted the lives of thousands of state citizens. The combined productivity of these students significantly contributes to the health of our states and local communities.
We need your help to assure students that regardless of their economic or social status they may continue to have the chance to improve their lives through education.
Our alma mata: