Welcome to St. Gregory’s College


Today as a College, we celebrate the feast day of our Patron saint, St. Gregory the Great. He was commonly known as Saint Gregory the Great, the bishop of Rome from 3 September 590 to his death. He is known for instigating the first recorded large-scale mission from Rome, the Gregorian Mission, to convert the then-pagan Anglo-Saxons in England to Christianity.

His talents, however, kept him in Rome, running the city, trying to steer barbarian kings and queens of brutal and uncertain temper along the right path, re-organizing the Church’s finances and administration, and writing a much-admired book of practical advice for bishops and priests as well as homilies and commentaries on books of the Bible. He also revised the liturgy and left his name to Gregorian chant.

Lamed by arthritis at the end of his life, Gregory died in Rome and was buried in the basilica of St Peter. The first pope to call himself ‘servant of the servants of God’, he was recognized immediately as a saint.

We commend our College Proprietor, Board of Governors, Management, Staff, Students and Parents to the intercession of St Gregory the Great. Amen.

Online Lessons

Our online lessons are on-going. We are indeed glad to have recorded more than a 98% success with our online lessons. We wish to thank our esteemed parents

Portal Upgrade 2020

We wish to notify both parents and students of our recent portal upgrade and consequent updating of our database with your most recent details.

Online Payments

Pay new 2020/2021 academic session and outstanding bills here. We implore you keep an eye on this column for our events.

Our Mission

To train students for excellence and leadership positions in all areas of human endeavour and to produce gentlemen that are neither deficient in learning nor in character, in the society and we are good at what we do.

School News



The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic, following the unprecedented spread across the world and sad deaths occasioned by the virus. We pray that God will grant eternal rest to the souls of those who have died as well as protect and keep the living safe. Amen.
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Ayeni

Life at St. Gregory’s College

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I can positively say St Gregory College has made my son a better person. It has helped him develop a positive attitude towards his studies.

John Badmus


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