About: Ko Senior high School was established as a community day school in 1994 with an initial intake of 105 students� This noble dream was championed by the traditional and opinion leaders through the facilitation of the District and Regional Directorates of Education for a Senior High School in the locality� The boarding status of the school was granted in September, 2006�From its humble beginning, the school now has student population of one thousand, one hundred and twenty (1,120) and over a ninety teaching and non-teaching (90)� To be among the top ten ranking second cycle institution in Ghana whose graduates attain holistic development from quality education and good moral training for their own benefit, the society they live in, and for the nations development� To provide quality education and good moral training for students in Ghana through good leadership, the retention of qualified staff and effective adoption of appropriate methodologies in a congenial school environment such that the graduates become resourceful and self-disciplined�
About: Akatsi Senior High Technical school was established on 28th January, 1991. The School is located at Akatsi Duawodome, a few metres on the road from the Akatsi Police Station to Live. The School is the only Government Senior High Technical School in the Akatsi South District. It is a mixed school with day and boarding Currently, the school has a total population of one thousand, one hundred and sixty –six (1,166) students, with eighty five teaching staff and forty three non-teaching staff The school is to provide quality pre-tertiary education to its students to enable them pursue further studies in tertiary institutions. This will make them fit for the job market and earn a decent living The mission of Akatsi Senior High Technical School is to provide relevant education to all Ghanaians at all levels so as to enable them acquire skills that will assist them to: • develop their potentials • be productive • facilitate poverty reduction
About: Is to become a strategic Centre of Excellence, where Research, Promotion and Production of the Human Creative Abilities are given prominence, so that Education becomes a joy to our students and staff To offer all willing Ghanaian Youth of school going-age, quintessentially qualitative Academic and Technical Education, using hands-on activities and research, by adopting the transactional approach to problem-solving, to enable them move Ghana forward
About: The school was established by the Omanhene of Ejisu, Nana Akwasi Afrane II as a middle school in the Ejisu Traditional Area in 1950 It was turned into a continuation school between 1970 and 1987 to concentrate on the teaching and learning of Agricultural Science with emphasis on Livestock farming; in 1987 the school was turned into a Junior Secondary School In 1991, the school was upgraded to the status of Senior Secondary Technical School to offer Technical and Vocational coursesThe school initially offered Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Visual Arts and Technical programmesWith the passage of time, General Arts, Business and General Science have been added • To achieve academic excellence • To inculcate into the students good character • To make students functional in the societies after completing school.Abiding by the principles of Discipline, Dedication and Hard work
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Prempeh College, the Asante Royal Boarding school for boys of all ethnic backgrounds is the “Kings” College of Ghana. Founded in 1949 by the Asantehene, Sir Osei Agyemang Prempeh the second, the school is located in a suburb of Kumasi called Sofoline. It prides itself in being one of the biggest boarding schools in the country. The well structured and beautiful campus provides a conducive environment for studies. Prempeh College has enormous state of the art facilities, including a well stocked library. Prempeh offers a great and challenging environment both academically and socially. The school has over the years produced famous citizens. The old boys association, Amanfoo, as well as the PTA is a highly networked group, constantly having meetings and giving support to the school. Notable alumni include former president J.A Kufour and other great men. There are a plethora of clubs and societies that pave way for students to unearth their talents. STUDENTS SAY “…” Students generally commend teachers’ attitude to work. However one student expresses an interesting thought commenting that Extra class after school should be reconsidered to allow students to have adequate time to rest. In his opinion Rest is as important as work. In the social light, one student suggests that Entertainment programs should be more educative and varied; while another expresses “students of religious persuasion should be allowed to practice their faith in comfort”. An expansion of the assembly hall will help accommodate the increasing number of students. The official name of the school is Prempeh CollegeIt is located in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capitalAs a Grade A school, Prempeh College is modeled on Eton College in EnglandIt is an all-boys boarding College with both current and past students affectionately called as Amanfoﬤ(the unknown), depicting the sense of nationalism imbued in the pioneering students in the original motto of the College: “Oman pa fapem ne obrapa” which translates as ‘Integrity makes a good nation’There is a strong determination through hard work, integrity and good morals and also a strong desire by Amanfoﬤ to serve the nation in particular, and the world at large in any capacity they find themselves. The original motto was amended to “Suban Ne NimdeƐ” – Character and Knowledge in 1964 The vision of the College is to offer students a unique experience in education in order to achieve academic excellence, and to train young men to occupy positions of responsibility .To provide committed service and the relevant inputs that will enhance teaching and learning, ensure compliance of College rules and regulations by students and mould the character of students in achieving the vision of the College
About: Started as a day school but now a Boarding school with almost all the facilities to enhance teaching and learning .As an educational organization, we aspire to be one of the most preferred schools in Ghana .To make education accessible and attractive to every child to enable them grow up to become useful citizens in future.
About: Ashaiman Senior High School was established in 1990 with thirty (30) students The school started with two (2) programmes: Agricultural Science and Vocational comprising, Home Economics and Visual Arts programmes which were ran in one school block Presently, the school is offering six (6) programmes: Home Economics, Visual Arts, Agricultural Science, General Arts, Business and General Science which are conducted in 32 classrooms and grouped into five (5) school blocks.To develop well balanced students who would be functional and productive and can compete favourably in the global market.Ashaiman Senior High School shall be one of the leading second cycle institutions in the training and education of students with the requisite knowledge, skills, values, aptitudes and attitudes for the total development of themselves and the nation
About: AB REVIEW SAYS The pride of Mampong-Ashanti, home of the silver stool, Saint Monica’s Senior High is noted as one of the best girls school in the region and the country as a whole. The school, which is immensely popular in the region, boasts of excellent academic results which can be compared to other top schools in the country. This is mainly as a result of the impeccable teaching offered by dedicated teachers. The School, however, is not very active in sports as records reveal that sport accolades it has received are not as impressive as counterpart schools. A lot more hype will be accorded the school if it is able to project itself outside its region by using available media and internet options (website, blogs). The old student association is fairly active and networked. The school’s partnership with its boys’ school is one of the strongest fraternities in the region. STUDENTS SAY “…” Teachers are highly commended by students. One student writes “Teachers are willing to teach to our understanding”. Another says teachers should be motivated for their good work. It is not all about academics though as students appreciate chapel service and entertainment. Some aren’t amused that the chapel hall is being used for entertainment. Calls were made for the improvement of the sickbay and the separation of dining hall from the assembly hall. Generally the students expressed excitement for their school and encourage junior high students to consider their school.
About: Moree Senior High Technical School, is at Moree near Cape Coast in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District. The school was established on 7th September, 2007 (a Private Institution) with a student population of 10 and 8 service personnel. The first Headmaster was Mr. P. K. Yartel Kubin. The school became a government assisted school in 2012/2013 academic year. Though a new school, we have the students at heart. Some students are in the tertiary institution. The school has hostel facilities..To offer holistic education to develop the Ghanaian student for nation building.We exist to develop the cognitive, affective and the psychomotor domain of the students to acquire the requisite skills for career development in areas of manufacturing, science and technology
About: St George’s Catholic Senior High/Technical School is a community based, absorbed in September, 2012 and situated at Kuntanase in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti, off Kuntanase-Bekwai road The school presently runs four (4) programs which are; General Arts, Business, Home Economics and Technical courses including: Technical Drawing and Building and Construction To prepare a community of successful learners for active citizenship, career exploration and to pursue education beyond graduation in a climate of high moral standard, respect and appreciation for diverse culture. To give the best moral training with high academic excellence to produce good academicians and leaders for the community and the country at large