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This page will provide a brief overview of our school and our general philosophy toward education.

the name igbobi comes from the word kolanut groove,as this was the predominant inhabitant of where the institutions foundation is based now. founded on the seond of february 1932 by a combination of the anglican and methodist church project, igbobi college rose to become one of the best high schools nigeria has ever seen. producing some of the finest and most reputable individuals in the country today.
  students were transferred from the methodist boys high school and cms grammar school to make up the first set of students at igbobi. and the first principal was rev. j.allen angus. other principals were

Principal (1932-1944) Rev. J. Allen Angus B.A. (now deceased), Expatriate from W.B.H.S.

Senior Tutor, Rev. N. O. A. Lahanmi, B.A. (now deceased)

Mr. L. O. Fadipe (now deceased)

Mr. A. Okubadejo (now deceased)

Mr. E. Bassey (now deceased)

Mr. A. B. Oyediran (now deceased)

Unfortunately, Reverend W. H. Waterton returned to England he would have been the first principal of igbobi.

Our Staff

We have an experienced and dedicated group of teachers and administrators. Each teacher strives to create a supportive and challenging classroom atmosphere to encourage students to participate. We may introduce a teacher on this page, or have a teacher of the month feature like the one below.

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the famous central tree at i.c probably one of the oldest surviving natural wonder in our compound ,this tree is a true igbobian never changing in its representation of growth and and strenght. what we all hope igbobi can achieve again.

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