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CONTRIBUTIONS OF VARIOUS PRINCIPALS THAT HAD SERVED IN THE SCHOOL

1) Rev Olu Adesina:

He was the pioneering principal, started the school from nowhere to an enviable position. Built a solid ground of discipline. He got the school approved for the West Africa Examination Council Examination in 1969. Prepare first set of students for the examinations.
The result was released in May 1970. One student passed in Division 1, eight students in Division 2 while ten students in Division 3 and the rest failed. The school authority then regarded the 44% success achieved as a disappointly poor performance; but if one looks at the instability of teaching staff that charactized the period, one would agree that a worth while record had been set.
In terms of infrastructure, He tried in the equipment of Science Laboratory. He liased with the PTA in erecting two more building in addition with the inherited ones.
During his tenure, the school had healthy competitions with Baptist High School and Baptist College. His own tenure was the starting point of the journey.

2) Chief J.A. Alao:

His tenure was brief. He completed some of Rev. Adesina's projects. Maintained good discipline of the school.
Kept running the available school subjects his predecessor left behind. He caused the introduction of afternoon prep to the Day students. And the population of the school was increased when he received the students of Solomon Gbadebo Secondary School Remo Area as a result of the later being closed down.

3) Chief J.A. Lakinsokun

Chief J.A. Lakinsokun succeeded Chief J.A.Alao on February 1, 1975. His service in the school ended on August 31, 1976. He sustained the academic high standard of the school and encouraged sporting activities.

4) Mr. S.O. Ogundiran:

He became the principal of the school in September 1976 and left on retirement in July 1985. He was the longest serving principal. Many good things happened in the school, more buildings were built. Parents donated school bus, encroachment of school land was discovered and arrested. Wire fence was made round the school land by PTA. School enrollment was on increase. More subject were introduced into the school. School was well staffed with graduate teachers with the assistance of Old Students Association. School tone was high. The school became so popular in sports, academic and discipline. And in fact after his retirement, a hall in the school was built and named after him.

5) Alhaji N.O.A. Ajani:

He took over the mantle of principalship on September 16, 1985. During his tenure, students continued to perform their best in sport and games as well as in academics. The school improved comparatively in terms of infrastructural facilities. Curriculum expansion took place in the introduction of new subjects in the school, maintaining good rapport with Old Studdents Association, the PTA and the entire member of staff. His tenure witnessed the colourful Silver Jubilee Celebration of the school at 25 years.

6) Chief M.O. Ajayi:

He took over from Alhaji N.O.A. Ajani in 1994 and retired in the school in 1997. Within the period of his short stay in the school, academic standard was maintained and improved upon, he constructed new school gate entrance through the advice of Old Student Association, installed back the dead school telephone, constructed school roundabout and assisted in supervising the tower building erected by Old Students. His tenure witnessed increased in students enrolment, making of modern bulletin board and granting Osun State College of Education Ila-Orangun the opportunity of using the school as its sandwich primary NCE courses center.

7) Prince B.A. Adebayo:

He got to the school in 1997. He spent two 0ne-quarter years. However, his short stay had witnessed erection of 6 classrooms buildings, gotten approved of additional six classrooms building. He was the Zonal President of ANCOPPS.

8) Mr Kola Buari:

served the school when Chief Bisi Akande the governor of the state changed some schools in the state to school of science. IGS was one of those schools. Mr Buari was transferred to the school as the Principal on the 14th December 2001. He maintained the high standard of school tone, discipline and academic excellence. He re-introduced afternoon lesson to the students tagged extra moral lesson. During his period, the students performed brilliantly well in both WAEC and NECO Examinations.
Billboard of excellent students was made during his time. He maintained all the existing structures. He left the school on transfer on 11th February 2007.

9) Mr. A. A. Akande:

He was the First Old Student to become the Principal of the school. He was the first senior prefect of the school. His regime saw to the reversion of Iwo School of science to Iwo Grammar School during the regime of Gov Olagunsoye Oyinlola 2006. Mr . A.A. Akande monitored the tradition of the school, kept the flag of excellence, academic work of students flying and encourage active student's participation in sports. He resumed duty on Feb 12, 2007 and retired Sept 16, 2007.

10) Mr A.A. Adediran:

He was the second Old Student that became Principal of the school. He was a strict disciplinarian; he has zero tolerance to uncultured student. He maintained the existing high standard of the school. He paid much attention to the academic works of the students. Served in the school as First Vice Principal among Old Students and later Principal.

11) Prince Lateef Ajagbe:

He was the third Old Student that became Principal of the school. He served in the school both as a class teacher as well as vice principal at different period before he was transferred to the school on 7th July 2010 as the Principal of Senior School of IGS. It was during his tenure that the following achievements happened.
  i) Participation in the 50th Anniversary of the school
  ii) Building of 2 Classroom block by the National President - Mr Adunade Amoo to mark 50th Anniversary
  iii) Renovation of science laboratory by Dr Demola Amubieya for a better performance in science
  iv) Building of 4 classroom block by the old students to mark 50th anniversary
  v) Building of sick-bay for students by 1979 set
  vi) Sinking of borehole by old students association
  vii) Renovation and refurbishing of old 4 classroom block that accommodate principal office by 1984 set
  viii) State of Osun building mega school project is on-going in the school
  ix) According to the available data from the school, the students that sat for WAEC exam from 1969 to 2013 was 8,083