About: The Methodist Church established the school in November 1979 as a private second-cycle co-educational day school, under the leadership of RevDeGraft Johnson Eleven (11) students were first admitted into the school on November 11, 1979 The school has operated under four different names -Methodist Day Secondary, Wesley Day Secondary (1985), Mmofraturo Girls’ Secondary (2001) and Kumasi Wesley Girls High (2006) It now has a student population ofTwo Thousand Five Hundred and Two (2502) and a staff strength of 0ne Hundred and Ninety-Seven (197) To offer holistic education as well as promote physically sound girls’ capable of becoming future leaders. The school was established by the Methodist Church Ghana • To inculcate and deepen the Christian faith of its inmates • Instill discipline • Uphold moral Uprightness • Offer sound character training and good citizenship
About: Agotime Senior High School was established as a community Day school in 1990 with a population of 28 students comprising 16 boys and 12 girls. It was absorbed into the public system in 1993In 2006, it was granted a boarding status. Currently, it runs both day and boarding systems AGOSEC, as it is popularly known, now has a student population of 670 To develop a model school of excellence in the community and Ghana at large. To transform and develop the school comparable to the developed schools in terms of academic, social and infrastructure and to enhance the welfare and well being of staff and students
About: Our vision is to place the school on the same level with the well-endowed Senior High Schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis by the year 2020 and to have the school relocated to a place more conducive for a purposeful academic pursuit.To unearth the real talent of every student in the school for their ultimate benefit to both the Church and the State
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Situated in the heart of Kumasi, Ashanti Region’s Capital, Kumasi Anglican Senior High School popularly referred to as KASS is considered among the top schools in the country. It has of recent posted excellent performances in academic competitions and sports that rival any other top school. The school’s architectural design gives it a unique look, a site to behold. Survey shows the school is relatively endowed in facilities, possessing a separate dining hall and assembly hall, modern library and computer lab. However, support from old students and PTA for more teacher accommodation and solutions to transportation problems will give the school an upgrade. To buttress the good academic position earlier mentioned, in 2007, KASS took the 2nd position in the prestigious NMSQ losing out narrowly to St Augustine’s College. This proves a lot is being done to move the school to higher academic heights STUDENTS SAY “…” Teachers are highly praised for their commitment to work. Students say they are motivated by teachers. Level of discipline is high and students actively participate in clubs and societies. Students love entertainment. No wonder the school has produced great musicians including Okyeame Quame, Okyeame Kofi, Loord Kenya, Noble Nketia among others. One student comments that more books should be stocked in the library to enhance learning and research.
About: The school is located in Osino in the Eastern Region�With two sites of two kilometres apart, the school is aimed at providing education for people in and outside the community.The school is aimed at training students not only to acquire skills but to use the knowledge to serve the community and the nation�.To provide secondary and technical education that prepares students holistically in various disciplines for future education and for life
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�
About: The school is a mixed government assisted second cycle institution under the Presbyterian church in the east Akim Municipality Education Unit of Abuakwa South Constituency�It is about two hours’ drive from the capital Accra towards Nkawkaw-Kumasi� There is a serene compound and facilities that encourage work�.To produce all round all round individuals who can safely fit into todays challenging word�.Presbyterian discipline and moral excellence are what we serve to inculcate in our students