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KWABRE SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
KWABRE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Kwabre SHS is geographically located in the Nkoranza South Municipality, 7 Kilometres away from the Municipal capital, on the Nkoranza Sekyedumase to Kumasi main road Our Vision is to provide holistic education to the youth (boys and girls) who are morally and spiritually upright and also of excellent academic standard. Bringing education to the doorsteps of the rural folks to help produce young boys and girls to pursue further education at the tertiary level in various courses to help meet the manpower needs of the nation
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ALAVANYO SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL SCHOOL
ALAVANYO SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
About: Alavanyo Senior High Technical school is located at Alavanyo Kpeme about 200 meters from Alavanyo Kpeme on the Alavanyo - Kpando road To promote secondary education in the locality and create an enabling and peaceful environment conducive for good academic work and also expand infrastructural facilities of the institution in order to promote participation in education and training To provide relevant education to all Ghanaians at all levels to enable them acquire skills in their development and also make them employable and by so doing reduce unemploymentTo also increase access to and participation in education and reduce poverty and increase productivity
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TECHIMAN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
TECHIMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS As one of the Giants of the Brong Ahafo, Techiman Senior High is one of the respected schools in the region. The rich history of the school coupled with standard facilities gives way for it to be considered a top school in the country. In recent times, however, the school academic performance has been dwindling and a discipline record is not as impressive as earlier days. Clubs and societies are active on campus and participation in extracurricular activities is encouraged. The school’s internet presence is low making it difficult for access to school’s profile and current happenings. The school administration should take steps to create a platform for the dismenination of information from the walls of the school STUDENTS SAY “…” More needs to be done for school to return to its glorious days. There exists a cordial student-teacher relationship. Most popular cubs and societies include the RED Cross, religious groups, the Debating club among others. Students pride in the number of sporting accolades the school has won. Techiman Senior High has great potentials to offer an all-round education to its students. The idea for the establishment of the first secondary school in the then Techiman District was wholly a result of community advocacyIt was in fact the initiative the of Techiman Traditional Council during the reign of Nana Akumfi Ameyaw III who released a parcel of land of about 200 acres for the purposeConsequently on the 6th of March 1963, the foundation stone for the establishment of Techiman Senior High School was laid by HonAJDowuona Hammond, the then Minister of Education in the first Republic of Ghana under Osagefo DrKwame Nkrumah On the 1st of November, 1963, the school was officially opened with seventy one (71) studentsThe Motto of the school is “NIHIL NISSI OPTIMUM” (in Latin, meaning NOTHING BUT THE BEST) To turnout products who are well disciplined to peacefully co-exist with others by inculcating moral and religious values into our students and to implement the goals of the Ghana Education Service• To provide access to all students from the Basic Schools in our catchment area and beyond • To ensure discipline, religious and moral training in all our students
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NANDOM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
NANDOM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS One of the star schools of the Upper East, Nandom Senior High School has in its books exceptional academic results. The school with a population of over 600 students has gained popularity across the country primarily for the end of year results with an average of 80% of its students qualifying for tertiary education. Nansec as they are referred to boasts of a high discipline record. The school is one of the few schools that have not recorded any student riot, disturbance and strike since its establishment. The school however has some infrastructure problem in regards to the water problem, the school lights and having a reliable medium of transport. Even with its small population, the school has a quite active social environment with numerous clubs and societies. The old student association is very proud of their alma mata and give support to the school occasionally. The school’s strongest points are its good academic standings and popularity across the country. Its weakest area is its low internet and media presence.
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PAGA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
PAGA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: To produce holistic citizens who will fit well into the society, be capable and willing to serve mother Ghana• Provide quality tuition (to equip individuals with knowledge, positive values and skills • Develop individuals to be able to adapt to a changing environment
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NAVRONGO SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
NAVRONGO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Established in 1960, Navrongo Senior High School is popular across the country for its achievements in academics.With a population of over one thousand three hundred students, the school is among the biggest in the Upper West region where it is located. The school is endowed with good facilities including dining hall, science labs, library among others but concerns were raised for the rehabilitation of school street lights, solutions to the drinking water problem and the renovation of the dining hall. The staff is commended for the high dedication to work. They concern themselves with maintaining the school’s academic prowess and the good disciplinary record. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah once wrote this about Navrongo School in the school’s notebook: This school has a great future. I shall watch its progress with great interest. There is no doubt the school has lived up to expectation. NAVASCO’s exploits in academics and extracurricular programs is enviable by all standards. The school has produced notable alumni in the country including politicians, businessmen and lawyers. What makes the school unique is the folio numbering system it adopts for the easy identification of students. It is said that you can’t be a NAVASCAN without this unique number.• To achieve high academic excellence especially in the sciences and humanities; • To provide avenues for the holistic development of the individual, the group and the society To train and equip the Ghanaian youth with the requisite academic know-how and skills in a congenial atmosphere to guarantee continuous supply of quality human resource needs of the country • To achieve high academic excellence especially in the sciences and humanities; • To provide avenues for the holistic development of the individual, the group and the society
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TEPA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TEPA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: T he school is located in the Tepa Township, the District Capital of Ahafo-Ano North, along the Bechem Junction and Goaso Road Tepa is the seat of the Paramount Chief of the Tepa Traditional councilTepa is a nodal town and the major commercial town in the AhafoAno North with several commercial banks, a hospital and several pharmacy shops In addition is the Divisional Headquarters of the Ghana Police Service directly opposite the school’s main gate therefore the security of students are guaranteed This makes Tepa Senior High School the choice of every parent .To build a second cycle institution of excellence where students can develop their innate abilities through discipline and hard work become well educated and capable of taking their rightful places in society. To train students to acquire the necessary academic standard for higher education so as to become useful citizens of the country in future and be able to meet the demands of competitive labour market
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PLACID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
PLACID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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DOMPOASI SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
DOMPOASI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The school started as a Training College in 1965On 27th September, 1973, the Ministry of Education decided to convert Dompoase Training College to a Secondary school Dompoase Secondary School was opened at an assembly of the first Headmaster, Mr. Nicholas Asante, Nana Dompoasehene and his elders, the teaching staff and 72 students, at the college Assembly Hall Currently, Dompoase senior High School has a student population of 725 and is Headed by Mr Haruna Oppong – Boateng who assumed duty in February, 2016 To provide a high quality Senior High Education in the areas of knowledge, attitude and skills to all Ghanaian children with a view to enhancing the manpower needs of Ghana• To provide an excellent academic and vocational training which prepare students adequately for the world of work and make them fruitful through the attainment of the highest quality of life
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SWEDRU SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
SWEDRU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Swedru Senior High which celebrated its 50th anniversary recently has come far over the years to gain respect as a top school in the country. It is noted for having a good business program and has consistently produced creditable results in academics and sports. The school offers rewards every semester to students who excel in exams, a tradition other schools must emulate. It is one of the few schools whose students commend dining hall food. However, the survey shows a more varied menu will be appreciated. Swesco maintains a high level of neatness on campus which is appreciated by students and visitors. It has potential to improve its overall rating. STUDENTS SAY “…” Teachers are commended by students to be very dedicated to work. Good values are purportedly inculcated in students by way of a vibrant Scripture union and other religious societies. Discipline is high. One student writes “Scrubbing, which is the most popular form of punishment, should be maintained”. More encouragement should be given to students to be more active in clubs and societies and other extracurricular activities. Students believe more Old student and PTA support is needed to spearhead the upgrading of the school. Swedru Senior High School (SWESCO) has a student population of 2,490, teaching staff strength of 104 teachers, and 73 non-teaching staff members. It is currently headed by Mrs. Alberta O. Rigg-Stewart. The vision of Swedru Senior High School is to use the existing facilities and policies to give the Ghanaian child quality education through effective teaching and learning. The mission statement of the school is to make effective use of, and maintain, its physical, human and financial resources through prudent means to achieve its aims and objectives
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ST JOSEPH SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ST JOSEPH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: StJoseph Senior High school is a Co-educational Institution and a brain child of the Catholic Diocese of Wiawso established out of the need to help in raising the standard of education at its catchment areaUpon creation of the Catholic Diocese of Wiawso in 2000, Most RevJoseph Francis Kweku Essien, the Bishop of the newly created Diocese conducted a baseline survey which revealed the low standard of education in the areaThe Diocese saw it as a pastoral duty to help in raising the standard of education in the areaWith the help of RevMsgrSimon Asamoah and “Clap for Jesus”, a benevolent group in “Atlanta, Georgia (USA), the Diocese began to put up the buildings for the schoolThe school’s motto is “Scientia Liberate” (Knowledge Liberate) The vision of the school is to model in students, the Catholic Philosophy of Holistic Education, Discipline and Excellence, through the collaborative efforts of staff and students. Our mission is to create a congenial atmosphere for the pursuit of sound academic moral and socio-cultural values in the school
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ACCRA WESLEY GIRLS HIGH  SCHOOL
ACCRA WESLEY GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
About: Accra Wesley Girls’ High School was formerly a Private Second Cycle School owned by The Methodist Church Ghana, and managed by the Accra Diocese It started in November, 2003 with 12 Girls and 8 Teachers in renovated facilities at the premises of RevThomas Clegg Memorial Methodist Church, Kaneshie These gave us three classrooms, Administration offices and a staff common room. Accra Wesley Girls’ High School started with three programs: General Arts, Business and Visual Arts However, Visual Arts was dropped for lack of spaceIn the 2010/2011 academic year the school was absorbed by the Ghana Education Service as a Public/Mission Institution for girls and took over management.Holistic formation of students for lifeThat is, intellectually, morally, socially and physically.To provide appropriate activities for students to unearth and develop their potentials to enable them excel in all spheres of life
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