About: Pong-Tamale Senior High School is a rural-based school�It is situated at Pong-Tamale along the Tamale-Bolgatanga main road, about 32km form Tamale, the capital of Northern Region�It is located on a 63�7 acre land south of the Pong-Tamale community with a concentration of most of the buildings in the north� Increasing access of secondary education to disadvantaged individuals and communities in line with the national policy of providing quality secondary education relevant to the manpower need of Ghana to all Ghanaians irrespective of background� The provision of relevant secondary education to all Ghanaian youth through useful skills acquisition and training that will unearth and develop their potential to be productive to facilitate poverty reduction and promote socio-economic growth and national development�
About: The foundation stone of Kpando Technical Institute was laid by the first President of Republic of Ghana, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkromah on 23rd April 1955. The Institute was officially opened for teaching and learning on 22nd Mach 1956 with 70 male students and 8 teachers. The Institute began with 4 (four)programmes. VISION Kpando Technical Institute's vision is to be a leading skills training institution in Ghana for meeting the demand of skilled works in both formal and informal sector. The core value includes shaping and sharpening the hand, the heart and the head of trainees. MISSION Kpando Technical Institute provides high quality technical and vocational education and training for Junior High School graduates and apprentices by exposing them to the world of technology. The training equips trainees with the ability to combine common sense with new techniques of doing things in the right ways. Trainees are guided professionally to acquire relevant practical skills, form good moral habits and develop critical thinking abilities; for providing quality services and building the present and the future structures for the nation.
About: To produce individuals of reputable academic excellence and moral uprightness who would contribute to the development of their respective communities and the nation at large. To re-brand DIASS by strengthening the academic, social and core values of life to meet the dynamics of the changing world
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Little known in other regions, Toase Senior High is gradually gaining reputation in the Ashanti region as an upcoming school. The school has a supportive PTA that recently donated a 80-seater bus to the school amongst other things. Academic performance over the years has been impressive recording an impressive passing rate in the last WASSCE. In spite of these achievements, the school needs an infrastructure upgrading. The school lacks adequate dormitories and other basic boarding facilities. The school has potential to be a stronghold in the region and the country as a whole. A good job is being done by school authorities to voice out its grievances through the media outlets. This proactive step it has taken alone shows that steps are being taken in the right direction to uplift the school’s image. That makes it a school with potentials. STUDENTS SAY “…” Sports and other extracurricular activities are generally encouraged. A ceremony was held recently to inaugurate the school’s cadet corps. Teachers are generally committed to work and the administration prides itself in maintaining a good discipline record over the years. Students call for a more equipped science and computer lab and improvement of other school facilities. Talking about campus food, one student notes “dining hall food needs improvement but my favorite chow is rice and palm nut soup”.The official name of the school is Toase Senior High School but it is popularly known by the acronym ‘TOSS’ It was converted from teacher training college into secondary school in the year 1971Currently, it has a population of over three thousand and five- hundred (3,500) students. TOSS is located on the left hand-side of the Kumasi-Bibiani Highway and at the junction of Toase Township It is situated at about two hundred meters away from the Nkwaie-Toase Government Hospital To build an institution that aims at providing all students at senior high school level, especially, students from the catchment area, equal access and full participation in quality formal education to acquire sound academic and moral education To provide quality education at the senior high school level to all Ghanaians, especially, students from the catchment area, through efficient management of resources and in collaboration with all other stakeholders to ensure their retention in school
About: The school started in January 1991 at Bakatsir with 11 girls and 19 Boys. Initially, only three programmes were approved thus, Technical, Agriculture Science and Home Economics. The school was later relocated to the current place, Ekon, with the support of P.T.A and the Municipal Assembly. Currently, students’ population is about thousand two. The vision of the school is to become a beacon of hope for the under-priviledge and a school of academic excellence capable of providing quality education to meet the aspirations of all stakeholders. Oguaa Senior High Technical School is to provide quality teaching and learning and to equip students with basic technical and vocational skills.
About: Keta Business College – “KETABUSCO” was established on 1st January, 1939 by the late RevAdolphus Egbetor Fiagbedzi of the First Century Gospel Church The school is the second oldest in both the Keta Municipality and Volta RegionThe school is behind the Keta Municipal Assembly Cemetery and is about two hundred and fifty metres away from Keta-Anloga road The school covers a land area of fifteen and half acres. As of now, student enrolment is one thousand four hundred and eighty-five. This is made up of eight hundred and forty-three girls (843) and six hundred and forty-two boys (642). The school’s vision is to offer quality and holistic education to the students to attain high academic excellence and sound religious and moral life in and outside school through a conducive environment based on disciplineIt is also aimed at fostering a friendly atmosphere among staff and students To provide education to all students of Keta Business College to enable them develop their mental, physical, moral and cultural potentials so as to excel in their chosen careers, to live meaningful lives and contribute positively toward the development of the society they live in as well as national development
About: The school was formerly known as Aboabo Community Secondary School and later became Salvation Army Senior High School as The Salvation Army Church offered to assist and adopt the school in 1998 The school was established in 1988 at Aboabo by the four (4) Communities, Aboabo No1,2,3 and 4 led by Nana Aduanahene The first Acting Headmaster was called Mr. M. PKumiThe school was managed by both the Management Committee chaired by MrAmponsah Nyame and the PTAalso chaired by MrAndrews Aning until the school was adopted by the Government of the Ghana in 2006 To help develop the school to the highest level. To train students to be knowledgeable to face the challenging world
About: Welcome to St. Paul Technical School (SPATS). The school is located in Kukurantumi – Akim under the Kibi Municipality (East Akim) in the Eastern Region of Ghana. SPATS has a long standing reputation for being one of the best Technical Schools in the country with a serene and comfortable environment for academic work, caring staff and excellent welfare and support system for students. St. Paul Technical School was established in the year 1957 by the Society of the Divine Word Missionaries (SVD) of the Catholic Church in Ghana. It is indeed the first Technical School established in Ghana by the Catholic Church to train the youth to acquire Technical Skills to make them employable in the government as well as private sectors or better still make them self-employed. The first Principal, Rev. Fr. John Harpel (SVD) started the school with eighteen (18) students under the shelter of a rented Cocoa Shed. It was more of a Mission support school. The only Course offered then was Blocklaying and Concreting and later incorporated with Carpentry and Joinery. Rev. Fr. Harpel handed over the school to Rev. Fr. Josef Sprehe (SVD) in 1971. In 1973, under the headship of Rev. Fr. Josef Sprehe (SVD), the Government absorbed SPATS into the public sector and it became a Government Assisted School.