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2nd Field Trip: Enugu Centre For Memories

2018-03-20T16:33:42-04:00

In February 2018, 65 students from the Leadership Club, embarked on their 2nd field trip to the newly-commissioned Centre for Memories in Enugu. They were accompanied by Mrs Ijeoma Ekumankama, Ms. Stella Ifediba (Teacher and Leadership Club Trainer), and Nneka Ibekwe (Volunteer Alumni) Students and chaperones reported a very enlightening experience. Our very own alumni parent Dr Rina Okonkwo, who is the centre's Resident Historian, agreed to extend their opening hours on that day, to allow our students an extended viewing experience. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr Okonkwo and the team of directors, for providing this opportunity to our students. Below are [...]

2nd Field Trip: Enugu Centre For Memories2018-03-20T16:33:42-04:00

FGCE Alumni G.I.V.E.S. Presents: FGCE Teaching Excellence & Student Leadership Program

2018-03-22T10:07:41-04:00

The FGCE Teaching Excellence & Student Leadership Program FGCE Alumni G.I.V.E.S. has worked to create a platform that is focused on enrichment of our students and teachers. Vision: This program seeks to transform Nigeria by changing mindsets and developing a powerful network of teachers and students, who will work together to address FGCE and Nigeria's greatest challenges, while achieving extraordinary social impact. Too often, we only invest in addressing the symptoms of poor leadership, instead of focusing on developing good leaders. Our 4-Step Approach: Identify Potential: We select SS1, SS2, & SS3 youth who have the best academic results (highest flyers) and show [...]

FGCE Alumni G.I.V.E.S. Presents: FGCE Teaching Excellence & Student Leadership Program2018-03-22T10:07:41-04:00

FGCE Alumni Builds!

2017-10-03T23:43:35-04:00

731535AC-7300-47AE-B049-C2E7EB034A99   In September of 2017, FGCE's Principal reached out to our Global Alumni Community, imploring us to come to the aid of the students, and school as a whole to address an emergency. The perimeter fences that have been present for upwards of 30 years have slowly been disintegrating, and many sections had fallen due to water flooding issues that weakened the structures over time. This posed a potential hazard and security risk for the returning students and areas of the fence were open [...]

FGCE Alumni Builds!2017-10-03T23:43:35-04:00