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Principal's Welcome Address

principalFederal Government Girls College, Akure (feggicolla as fondly called) is a school with 35 years of history, excellent pastoral care, principles, and national values.  These values focus on educating girls to respect themselves and others, on a sense of community and social awareness.

 Here in feggicolla, we continue in our aim to produce young girls who will go on to be leaders in their chosen professions and be of good influence in the world.

 In recent years many of our students have gone on to distinguished careers in business,  law, medicine, arts and the media.

 Also in feggicolla, you will find high expectations of girls, and teachers who are enthusiastic about their subjects.

House mistresses and matrons are dedicated to the task of ensuring their girls are happy and successful.

 We hope you enjoy our website and see what we can offer your daughter.


Admission Process

Candidates seeking for Admission into JS1 classes must have written the National Common Entrance Examination usually taken between March and April across the federation. The result of the examination is submitted to the Federal Ministry of Education for ratification, determination of cut-off mark and short listing of those who have scaled through.



Federal Government Girls’ College, Akure offers an academic duration from JS1-SS3 for a length of six (6) years which encompasses three terms for each academic year. The six (6) years academic duration comprises of three (3) years junior school (JS1-JS3) and senior school (SS1-SS3) which prepares the students ahead of the Junior Secondary Certificate Examination (JSCE), Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) and West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).


About Us

Federal Government Girls’ College, Akure (also known as feggicolla) is a girls' only secondary school established in the year 1978.The school is located at a distance of 1km from the outskirt of Akure on Ilesha/Owo express road, Ondo State, Nigeria; equidistant from Abuja and Lagos.