To continually raise sets of exemplary girls as Nigeria’s patriotic citizens and future leaders whose academic training at Federal Government Girls College, Bwari is balanced with godly moral standards and ethical discipline.
By means of collaborative efforts based on mutual respect among the various stakeholders, we provide an enabling environment for the college’s management team through cooperation, consultations and sponsorship of intervention projects.
FGGC Bwari’s School Calendar
PTA Intervention Projects
FGGC Bwari PTA Intervention Projects
FGGC Bwari Current PTA Newsletter
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the PTA's position on paying insurance?
It is a policy of the FME which the PTA rejected at various fora conveyed at different times to discuss the matter.
What is the acceptable mode of paying PTA levy?
PTA Levy is payable with the generated Remita RRR codes usually given to the students at the end of the term. But you can retrieve lost RRR code from the PTA e-payment portal: https://epay.fggcbwaripta.org.ng.
PTA Levy is also payable with a bank draft
addressed to the PTA, FGGC BWARI, ABUJA.
For how long will a student pay Skool Media?
School media is payable for 6 (Six) academic terms per student.
Why is insurance still appearing on our bills?
It is a policy of the FME which the PTA rejected. Its inclusion on bills given to students therefore is surprising to all.
Why is Religious due separated from PTA levy?
Religious dues are expended independently by each of the 3 officially recognized Religious groups in the college.
Hence, for better accountability and to avoid delay associated with determining how much goes to each of the 3 groups before remitting their dues to them, it makes sense if Religious dues are paid directly to their respective Religious group by the students.
Why add Transaction Fee when paying with Remita?
Every payment transaction has a fee associated with it whether it is done using e-payment system (e.g. Remita) or traditional banking system (e.g. Bank Draft).
E-payment transaction fees are either built into the total amount and paid by the receiver (as the Fed. Govt. was doing before September 2018) or the fees are paid by the payers as extra charges (as the Fed. Govt. is currently doing).