About: T he school is located in the Asakraka town in the Kwahu South district in the Eastern Region of Ghana�The school is a mixed school and have a conducive environment for learning�.St�Paul SHS aims at creating a secured orderly and caring community in which students are able to achieve both excellent academic work and disciplined personality , as well develop respect and concern for others. St�Paul’s SHS seeks to provide a caring and safe environment in which a young person can receive the opportunity for intellectual, physical , emotional and special growth
AKROFI-CHRISTALLER INSTITUTE OF THEOLOGY, MISSION AND CULTURE
About: The Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture is a postgraduate research and training Institute fully accredited by the National Accreditation Board of the Ministry of Education as a tertiary institution with a Presidential Charter to award its own degrees. It is a research university promoting African innovation and excellence and dedicated to the study and documentation of Christian history, thought and life in Ghana and in Africa as a whole, in relation to their African setting and to world Christianity. ACI seeks to strengthen Christian witness in the modern Africa and world context through Christian scholarship. Named after two past great scholars of the Twi language and pioneer figures in the cultural witness of the Church in Ghana, Clement Anderson Akrofi and Johannes Gottlieb Christaller, the Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture (ACI) (formerly Akrofi-Christaller Memorial Centre for Mission Research and Applied Theology, ACMC) seeks to be at the cutting edge of the church�s mission and encounter with society and culture in Ghana, Africa and the wider world. The Institute stands in a tradition that combines piety, creativity and academic excellence in the furtherance of the witness to the gospel in Ghana and across Africa. This was the hallmark of the training given in the historic Akropong Seminary whose buildings, (Basel House in Akropong-Akuapem), constructed in the 1840s and 1860s but renovated in 1992, and expanded in 1996-1998, the Institute now occupies. The Institute has modern and well-maintained residential and catering facilities, a significant and up-to-date specialist library, and lecture and study facilities in a historic setting where issues of gospel and culture are a day-to-day concern. The 40 staff members seek to model Christian community, meeting for daily worship as the accompaniment of academic and pastoral activities. The Institute was formally established in 1987 as an independent body, a company limited by guarantee and registered under the Companies Code as a charity. The legal and administrative structures of the Institute were designed with a view to creating an institution that would be sustainable, financially self-supporting and sufficiently open to serve also the needs of the wider Christian and academic communities.
About: Queen of Peace Senior High School was established on the 29th of January, 1999 by the Catholic Church to provide quality education to boys and girls in the Nadowli area and beyond� It is located about 2km North-West of the Nadowli Township along the Nadowli-Tangasia road in the Upper West Region of Ghana�The school is part of the public educational system in the district�Hence it falls under the supervision of the District Education Directorate and the Catholic Education Unit� Our student population comprises of both boys and girls come from a diverse range of backgrounds but accommodated together in the school’s dormitories� To be a model school in providing affordable quality education and moral discipline to children from Nadowli and beyond� To attain academic excellence and nurture children physically, emotionally and spiritually to be competent and responsible citizens
About: Sankore Senior High School was founded as a private school by the Omanhene and elders of the Sankore Traditional Council on the 26th October, 2009 It started with three buildings which were built by the predecessor of Nana Okogyedie Yaw Adusei III, Omanhene of Sankore Traditional Council However, the school project could not start until the reign of Nana Okogyeadie Yaw Adusei III who upon consultation with his elders decided to establish the Sankore Senior High School with the help of the Deputy Regional Minister and Member of Parliament for Asunafo South, HonEric Opoku in October 2009 The vision of Sankore Senior High School is to produce sound and good moral aptitude intellectuals for the development and betterment of mother Ghana The mission of Sankore Senior High School is to provide quality and affordable secondary education to Ghanaian students in general and the people of Sankore and its environs in particular
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Formerly called Saint Johns Seminary, Pope John Senior High nicknamed Pojoss is a strong academic hub in the Eastern Region. Even though the school’s name was changed, it still comprises a junior seminary which trains potential catechists. Founded in 1955, the school has continually chalked success in academics and sports making them the toast of the Koforidua Township, where the school is situated. Pojoba, the school’s alumni is a relatively strong alumnus but students write that they can do more to support the school in modernizing its facilities. The school can have a face lift by creating a constantly updated website and channeling its good profile to the public through various media outlets. The school has a favorable discipline record that is the benchmark for other schools in the region. Inside information from sister schools: Pojoss boys are handsome, intelligent and neat, but are sometimes haughty. STUDENTS SAY “…” Students adore their uniforms: a yellow shirt and blue trunks that make them noticeable in every gathering. Students are generally keen to learn and have a good relationship with staff who they commend to be dedicated to work and concern themselves with maintaining the high discipline level the school is noted for. There is a unanimous consent that there should be an improvement in Dining hall food and school facilities should be improved. One student comments: “the library should be expanded and well-stocked with modern books”. Clubs and societies are active and encouraged. Scripture Union is active and the debating club is amongst the strongest in the country. Pope John Senior High School and Minor Seminary (formerly St John’s Seminary and College, nicknamed POJOSS), is an all boys boarding school located at Effiduase, Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana�It was established in 1958 by Bishop Joseph Oliver Bowers SVD as a Catholic seminary for boys who wished to become priests� Students are offered courses such as General Arts, General Science, Business and Visual Arts to pursue and after their stay in the school, sit an external examination called the West African Senior School Certificate Examination to be placed in any of the tertiary institutions in the country� The students of the school are usually referred to as Pojomma while the alumni are addressed as Dasebre,to which they respond Daasebre. To build an excellent educational institution capable of training distinguished Catholic priests and high level manpower� To train students to excel academically, be morally upright and well disciplined youth by the time they complete their course of study�