Obtain an Entrance Examination form for ₦7,500 from the College Administrative office between 8am and 3pm from Monday through Friday.
Fill the sections therein appropriately and affix a passport photograph each on the required portions of the form.
Ensure that the “RECOMMENDATION BY HEAD TEACHER” section is duly signed and stamped by the Head Teacher.
Return the form to the College before the date of the entrance examination in March.
Candidates must report in the College at 7am on the 9th March, 2024 for accreditation prior to the commencement of Examination at 8am.
Date of release of Examination results and Interview will be made known to the candidates on the entrance examination day.
Date of release of Interview results/Collection of admission letter and prospectus will be announced to the candidates/parents on Interview day.

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“Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere efforts and intelligent execution….We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”- Socrates

These words clearly define St. Gregory’s College and by extension, Master Azuike Kenechukwu Anthony’s determination at the closing ceremony of the just concluded 2023 Cowbellpedia Competition on the 28th & 29th of September, 2023.

Cowbellpedia is a competition which was initially Mathematics based. It was last hosted in 2018. In the 2023 edition, STEAM was infused. It involved Mathematics, General Knowledge, Science and Computer, Puzzles and Strategies.

A total of 132 junior and senior students from various schools all over the country qualified for the knockout stage of the competition. St Gregory’s College was represented by Master Onyemenam Johnpraise and Master Azuike Kenechukwu Anthony who qualified for the knockout stage. Onyemenam Johnpraise got to the semi-final stage of the junior cateory and was awarded a sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira.

Azuike Kenechukwu Anthony, in his tenacity, made it to the final stage of the junior category after being the first contestant to hit the highest level of 100 points since the beginning of the knockout stage.

Master Kenechukwu made it to the final stage prepared and enthusiastic; he levelled on 70 points with the top two students in the finals. Due to the difference in time average, he took third position and was awarded the sum of Two Million Naira, while two laptops were awarded to his school.

The competition was tension-packed and only the top schools in Nigeria made it to the finals: amongst them are Graceland College, Port-Harcourt, Ambassadors College Ota, Ogun State and St. Gregory’s College, Ikoyi, Lagos.

St. Gregory’s College has truly authored her ideas of success and her ambitions have been utterly defined.

St. Gregory’s College, Ikoyi. Winner of The Helmbridge Science Challenge, 2023.

The Helmbridge Science Challenge is an interschool Competition organized by Helmbridge Study Centre. The Centre is a project of the Educational Cooperation Society (ECS), a non- governmental organization managed by Opus Dei (an institution of the Catholic Church). The Helmbridge Challenge aims to build and develop young minds that will go ahead to achieve greater feats in various facets of the society.

The Challenge consists of various stages where two opposing teams (different schools) compete to determine which of the schools qualifies for the next stage of the competition.

The journey to acquire the Helmbridge 2023 Champions Trophy started on the 19th of May, 2023. It came with heated competition among the schools in attendance.

After four rigorous rounds/stages, St. Gregory’s College Ikoyi, Lagos emerged the Helmbridge Champions on the 2nd of June, 2023.

St. Gregory’s College Students Clinch the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition Gold Awards.

Our successes are neither magical nor mysterious: they are the natural consequence of our consistent application of basic fundamentals.  Anthony Jay Robins, the American writer and coach says, “It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.”  
St Gregory’s College has been intentional over the years in making holistic success our focus. This has contributed in keeping St. Gregory’s College at the acme of excellence.

Recently, our students etched their names among the international stars at the 2023 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest international schools’ writing contest, established by the Society in 1883. It was aimed at elevating youth voices and developing key skills through creative writing. This encourages the consideration of new perspective to the challenges that the world faces.

This year, the competition required entrants to explore the power young people hold with the global community and consider how this power can be harnessed to make a meaningful impact in the world.
Three students from our College; ofoegbunam Tochukwu, Ndulue Paul and Opara Donald submitted their essays in June earlier this year. Their essays caught the interest of the judges.  Ofoegbunam Tochukwu’s essay entry addressed Gender Identification as opposed to Science and Religion. Ndulue Paul Jaricot filed in Prodigy: Discrimination against the Academic Challenge of an Average Student while Opara Donald submitted The Beacon: Age Doesn’t Matter.
These three entries have crowned St. Gregory’s College an additional international recognition with Gold awards and Gold finalist awards.
We give God the thanks.


The 2023 edition of the SGC STEM competition was hosted by St. Gregory’s College. This year’s edition was sponsored by the Omoera family in memory of their late parents, Anthony and Agnes Omoera.

Eight schools competed for the top prize for the Junior and Senior Categories, respectively: St. Francis Catholic Secondary School, Idimu, Marywood Girls College, Ebute Meta, St. Gregory’s College, Ikoyi, Mater Ecclesiae College, Epe, St. Finbarr’s College, Akoka, Holy Child College, Ikoyi, Sacred Heart College, Apapa and Kizito College, Iju.

The STEM competition aims to stimulate critical thinking and problem solving skills amongst students from Catholic secondary Schools in Lagos.

At the end of the keenly contested event, St Gregory’s College WON the first position, while Mater Ecclesiae came second, and the third position was won by St. Finbarr’s College for the junior category.

In the senior category, St. Gregory’s College again won the 1st position, with St. Finbarr’s College and St. Francis Catholic Secondary School winning the 2nd and 3rd positions, respectively.

The first, second and third performing schools in the junior and senior categories were rewarded with award plaques and cash prizes.

St. Gregory’s College took the first position in both Junior and Senior Categories of stem competition. Up GregS!!!

To the glory of God, our 2022 Class recorded 100% in all their papers, We give thanks to God Almighty for this great feat and we pray that he will continue to bless all our efforts with abundant success through Christ our Lord.


Up Gregs!!!

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To the glory of God, our 2022 Class recorded 100% in all their papers. We give thanks to God Almightly for this great feat and we pray that He will continue to bless all our efforts with abundant success through Christ our Lord.

To the glory of God, our 2022 Class recorded 100% in all their papers. We give thanks to God Almightly for this great feat and we pray that He will continue to bless all our efforts with abundant success through Christ our Lord.


Up Gregs!!!

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