Class of 57/58

Seventy years ago, Offa sons and daughters most of them without any formal education were able to mobilise resources to build a school, the first of its kind in Northern Nigeria, and  insisted that only deserving boys, (and later girls) regardless of their tribal origin or creed will be admitted to the school. This speaks volumes for the character of the founders of this Great citadel of learning.

History is a sad testimony of the degeneration of Community Spirit in our Country and points to the fruits of bad governance, unbridled accumulation of wealth and the unwilling downgrading of education.

The 1957/58 set is leading the crusade to give back to a school that has given us so much in learning and in Character. We are proud of what OGS has made of us.