About: Zion College was established in 1937 as New Africa University College, has undergone a number of changes in name as well as location. The School is located at Anloga along the Keta – Anyanui roadIt is a mixed school which runs the Senior High Senior Curriculum and offered six coursesThe school has about 1500 students’ population and 126 teaching and teaching staffs To build Zion College as the preferred choice for secondary education in Ghana through excellence in the culture of teaching, learning and character formation To ensure that every student acquires and applies knowledge and skills to contribute positively to society by providing a rigorous and relevant educational programme This would be done in safe environment through a quality teaching and learning materials
About: Assin North Senior High Technical School – ANSTECH was established in 1985 by six communities in the Assin North District – Asempanaye, Dansame, Achiano, Kushea, Praso and Breman. It is located in the Assin Municipality in the Central Region and located at Assin Asempanaye near Assin Praso Toll Bridge. The main reason for its establishment was to cater for the Second Cycle Educational needs of the children in these communities but was later absorbed by the Ministry of Education in September, 1990 to start the Senior Secondary School Educational Reform and is now a Secondary Education Improvement Beneficiary (SEIP) School developing Students from all over the Nation. To provide a nurturing ground for the less endowed youth to enable them discover their potential and pursue academic, vocational and technical aspirations successfully at the second cycle level to meet the ever changing manpower needs of Ghana.. Assin North Senior High School in partnership with parents’ teachers and the community will provide a safe, easy to access learning environment that promotes academic and social growth for children of less endowed background to attain their highest level of success.
About: Founded on October 1, 1976.MISSION To develop competent young men and women in TVET who will practically demonstrate skills, knowledge and values for sustainable development in the vocational technical sector of the economy.
About: Asuom Senior High School, otherwise known as ASEC located in Asuom near Kade in the Kwaebibirem District of the Eastern Region of Ghana was established in 1968 as a community Secondary School to serve the people of Asuom and its environs� The vision is to position the school as a living organism that will have a continuum of progressive infrastructural and human development to provide quality education to its students to aspire to higher heights through academic and moral discipline. The mission of the school is to provide effective and efficient holistic secondary education to Ghanaians in general and to the people of Kwaebibirem in particular
About: Mankranso senior high is the first government assisted senior high school in the Ahafo Ano South district of the Ashanti regionIt is a mixed sex school with both boarding and day facility It was established in January,1991 under the educational reform programmeIt is located at Mankranso by the Kunsu-Mankranso road The school runs the following programmes: General Arts, Science, Agricultural Science, Business visual Arts and home economicsThe school has a population of about 900 without the form ones To improve upon quality of teaching and learning to lift the standard of the school to be amongst the top schools in the region• To equip students with basic education knowledge as well as technical skills • To discover, and develop talents in sports and to instill discipline among students
About: Attafuah Senior High Technical School is a co-educational institution located at Akim Oda�It was established in the year 1991 as an off shot of the third government school established in 1896 by the then colonial government�The school runs the following courses: Agric, Business, General Arts, Home Economics, Science ,Technical and Visual Arts� It is currently under the headship of Mr�Johnson Yeboah Gyekye� The school’s vision is to achieve high quality education and training relevant for manpower needs of the country and making it accessible to all children of school going age and in particular citizens of the Birim Central Municipality. The school’s mission is to provide relevant education to Ghanaian children at the secondary level to enable them to acquire skills that will assist them to develop critical thinking which will impede their potentials to be productive to promote socio-economic growth and national development
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Undoubtedly touted by most as the school with the most impressive academic records in the country, Presby Boys Senior High popularly referred to as Presec is arguably the most selective school in the country. The school was founded in 1938 and was originally located at Odumase – Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Every bright lad wants to attend Presec, and don the blue magic (referring to the blue shirts they wear), hence the high level of admission selectivity. The school is noted for its prowess in science but is equally good in all other programs it offers. The only school to win the prestigious National Math and Science Quiz 5 times, winning it back to back in the last two editions, Presec has set standards to be unrivalled. One unique trait of majority of the students is that they believe one can only excel as a Presecan if one can learn and assimilate with less supervision. It has an enviable rapport with sister school, Abugiss. The “Odadie”, (school’s alumni name) is an active group but can do more to support the alma mata in modernizing the schools facilities to befit its image as a leading school in the country. STUDENTS SAY “…” Students appreciate the warm reception of staff. One junior calls for school counseling for students with emotional problems. Another believes the course “Principle for purposeful living should be re-enacted”. Presecans love to learn and research. Opportunities are given to students to apply for scholarships and partake in interschool’s competition. Clubs, societies and sports are active, encouraged and play a big role in the social atmosphere on campus. Remarks by rival schools indicate that the school’s Campus must be beautified to match up with its standard in academics. The Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School was established by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana on 1st February, 1938 at Odumase Krobo in the Eastern RegionThe school started with 16 students who were selected through special entrance examination and with 4 teachers. The first Headmaster of the school was RevEAWEngmann, a 35 year old man, who made the vision of the Presbyterian Church to establish an all-male Secondary School started by the Church’s first Synod Clerk, RevNTClerk, a realityIn 1968, the school moved to its current location, Legon in the Greater Accra RegionThe current Head of the school is Ms. Lady Queene Asiedu-Akrofi, who is assisted by MsDora Danquah-Darko, Assistant Head (Administration), MrJohn Odame Adjei, Assistant Head (Academic) The Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School is dedicated to helping all students achieve their potential through scholarship, character development, civic responsibility, creative expression and Career/Post-Secondary preparation To provide a safe and secure environment, quality instruction, personal guidance, and challenging learning opportunities for all studentsThe school exists to equip students for a fuller life to which Christian education based on the Presbyterian tradition opens the door
As the West African Examination Council (WAEC) celebrates students who excelled in the 2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Students from Holy Child and Aburi Girls senior high schools excelled during the examinations.
Rev. John Teye Memorial Institute has been ranked first place in the latest ranking of best performing private high schools who write the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Compiled by Africa Schools Online, the list was computed based on each school’s performance in the WASSCE over the past five years with focus on…
The 2017 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results have been compiled. Based on the results, we have computed the pass rates of the top performing schools in the past five years (from 2013 -2017). The ranking methodology employs the percentage of candidates who scored A1 to C6 in six subjects and qualified for…