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AMAZING LOVE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AMAZING LOVE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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OSEI TUTU II COLLEGE
OSEI TUTU II COLLEGE
About: To develop the child physically, mentally spiritually and socially to fit well into ghanaian society in order to contribute meaningfully to the socio development of the countryTo train the child to attain the highest academic standard to continue climbing the ladder of education or to acquire gainful employment in the Country
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BRENTU SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
BRENTU SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
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NUNGUA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
NUNGUA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The name of the school is Nungua Senior High School and it is situated in the heart of the Nungua township along the Accra-Tema beach roadIt was founded in 1958 by Nii Daniel Quaye Tawiah known in private life as Nii Quaye NunguaIn 1960, the government of Ghana absorbed it as a public secondary school To elevate Nungua Senior High School to a top class educational institution with emphasis on academic, sound moral and spiritual upbringing of the students Progressively pursuing more infrastructural development and transformation of the school through the mobilization of all stakeholders towards the provision of healthy and congenial school environment for quality education and responsible citizenship
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GHANA NATIONAL COLLEGE
GHANA NATIONAL COLLEGE
About: AB REVIEW SAYS A co-ed boarding high school with roots originally stemmed in the sciences but currently offering a wide range of courses, Ghana National College is located on a hill 5 miles east of the historic castle town of Cape-coast right off the Accra-Takoradi highway. Founded in 1948, by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah (even before he was president), Ghana national has remained a top tier mixed school offering good training for its students. The school competes on a high level with the very top schools in terms of academics and sports. Survey shows that clubs and societies are not as active. The old student association is fairly active and networked. The school has a highly maintaining and constantly updated website that gives the general public a feel of the school’s good showing in academics and sports. STUDENTS SAY “…” Teachers are generally committed to work. One student mentions however that there are too many old teachers who should give way for new teachers. Students reiterate that more encouragement is needed from the top to motivate them to participate in clubs, societies and extracurricular activities. More clubs should be encouraged to enliven the social atmosphere on campus. Students appreciate the good level of discipline and love Saturday entertainment. One entertainment fan, however noted that new entertainment equipment should be bought National, the school’s nickname is indeed a national school that embraces students from different backgrounds. It was founded on 20 July 1948, staffed by dismissed teachers from St Augustine’s College and Mfantsipim School. The college was founded by the first Ghanaian President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, who used his own funds to sponsor for eight students who had been expelled by the British colonial administration from St Augustine’s College.The expulsion resulted from a protest march, held in solidarity with Nkrumah, who was then imprisoned. Ghana National College was established on Friday, 16 July 1948, in Cape Coast, during a period of agitation for self-governance in the then Gold Coast. Ironically it was named Ghana National College nine years before The Gold Coast achieved independence in 1957, and the country was named Ghana. Total Quality Education Which Would Help Develop Individuals With An Enduring Culture Worthy Of The African Tradition To Contribute Meaningfully To National Development. To utilize effectively the available human and material resources to create a conducive atmosphere for teaching, learning and character training for the realization of the vision of the College
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AFIFE SENIOR HIGH TECH  SCHOOL
AFIFE SENIOR HIGH TECH SCHOOL
About: Afife snr high tech sch is located in the outskirts of the town about 1.2 km from the Accra- Aflao highway. The school is very very deprived with inadequate infrastructure and other facilitiesThere is a cordial working relationship between the board, the P T A and management of the school To establish a viable and promising senior high/technical school to cater for the teeming and briliant but needy youth who qualify to access secondary and technical education without necessarily going out of the town to have such education. To use all effective and sustainable means such us determination, hardwork , commitment, loyalty, unity and collaboration in providing the youth with knowledge, relevant skills and moral values for high education and employment so as to become useful citizens for the town and the country.
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ASANTEMAN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ASANTEMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Founded on 1954 by The Association of Asante Youth Association – AYA, Asanteman (which literally means land of Asantes) School is amongst the popular schools in the region. The school is located at Bantama, close to the Suame roundabouts and shares common wall with the race course. The school has an impressive showing in the Milo sports competition. Asanteman Senior High boasts of a sophisticated computer center and the PTA and old student association support is impressive. The PTA recently built a 2 classroom block and made provision for houses for school teachers. The school is labeled a model school by GES and the government has made plans to improve its facilities. Academic wise, the school’s performance in WASSCE is creditable but can do better to uplift the school’s ratings. The school has a fairly active internet presence and the old students, survey shows, are actively networked having strong associations in the USA and Canada. STUDENTS SAY “…” There is a general consensus that teachers are committed to work. Students appreciate the good discipline level the school maintains. The environment is always neat, the aftermath of good training and prefect efficiency. Students actively take part in extracurricular activities. Popular clubs include: entertainment groups, religious unions, wildlife society, Red Cross society among others. In the early part of the 1950’s due to the limited number of Senior High Schools (then known as Secondary Schools) in the Ashanti Region, boys and girls who wanted secondary education had to travel to the coast of the countryAn association called Asante Youth Association (AYA) at its meeting at KO Methodist School in 1952 mooted the idea of establishing a Secondary School in the locality to reduce cost factors involved in seeking secondary education down south Members of AYA made up of young, energetic, bold and visionary men who at that time recognised the growing importance of secondary education and responded positively with the establishment of Asante Youth Association Day Secondary School in1954 The vision of the School is to produce knowledgeable and fulfilled boys and girls with passion for excellence academically, morally and spiritually and to be pacesetters wherever they find themselves.To provide the resources and a conducive atmosphere for effective teaching and learning to enhance the development of academic, spiritual and moral excellence
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OLA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL  HO
OLA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL HO
About: AB REVIEW SAYS A strong institution in the Volta Region, Ola girls Senior High has consistently shown excellence in academics and sports. It has over the years produced results comparable with the very top schools in the country. This has given it respect as one of the best girl’s institutions in and outside its environs. Clubs and societies are active and provide a good euphoria on campus. Students pride in their uniform. It has a fairly strong alumni base but can be strengthened more to aid the school in improving its infrastructure. The school provides an excellent environment for studies and gives good training to its students. The school’s weak point is in its inability to effectively use the media and internet (websites, blogs) to inform the public on happenings in the school. STUDENTS SAY “…” Teachers are in general committed to work and concern themselves with the discipline training of students. There exists a good student- teacher relationship which allows for easy communication of student concerns. For some reason, students dearly love their uniform. One junior answers “perhaps it’s because of the uniforms are white which portrays how neat and decent looking we are. Some students complained about dining hall food saying more variety should be included in the diets. OLA Senior High School is an all-female school located in Ho. It was founded by Bishop Anthony Konings of the then Keta Diocese of the Catholic Church The school opened in Keta on 1st February, 1954 with 35 girls. It was initially named Queen of Apostles Secondary School but later renamed Our Lady of Apostles (OLA) Secondary School and moved to HoThe vision of the founder was to establish a secondary school to give girls in the Volta Region a sound, moral, spiritual and academic Catholic educationThe motto of the school is “Vitam Praesta Puram”, meaning “Grant Us a Pure Life, a Life Without Reproach”Though a Catholic school, OLA SHS offers admission to girls of all religious persuasions To develop an educational institution that is well staffed with experienced and motivated workforce who will help bring quality education to the Volta Region and beyond by training girls to acquire employable skills and imbibe moral values. To create a conducive environment for relevant quality teaching and learning to ensure that students acquire knowledge and skills for excellent academic performance and peaceful coexistence
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MOZANO SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
MOZANO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Mozano S.H.S was started by the Late Prophet Matapoly Moses Jehu-Appiah (Akaboha II), the then Head of Musama Disco Christo Church on 10th September, 1983 with the name Mozano School Complex. The school was absorbed into the public school system on 7th October, 1992 and had its name changed to Mozano Community Day Secondary School. It is located at Gomoa Eshiem in Gomoa West District in the Central Region of Ghana; about twenty-four kilometres from Agona Swedru and thirty kilometres from Ankamu (Apam Junction). It is sited on an approximately 40 – acre land. It is a mixed gender school of both day and boarding status. It runs six programmes, namely General Arts, Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Business, General Science and Visual Arts .Rooted in Truth and Charity, students are to be nurtured for academic, aesthetic, physical, social and moral growth grounded in Christian value such that MOSEC will become an exciting place and the school of choice for learned and learners.The Mission of Mozano Senior High School is to selflessly groom students to achieve academic and moral excellence, gain self-confidence, be patriotic and have a firm grasp of Christian ideals and principles
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BREMAN ASIKUMA SENIOR  HIGH SCHOOL
BREMAN ASIKUMA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: To grow and develop into a world-class second cycle institution that produces students with excellent preparatory leadership skills to meet the changing manpower needs of the nation. Harnessing human and material resources available to create and optimize equal opportunities for Junior High School Leavers to unearth the potentials that lie embedded in them through self-awareness, self-discipline and a perpetual quest for knowledge and excellence
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SAWLA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
SAWLA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The school is located on the Sawla - Damongo road near the Education Office. The school seeks to prepare the youth for tertiary, professional and higher academic pursuance, by transmitting knowledge, skills, societal values and ideals, using the most competent and dedicated staff� To consistently and continuously manage all resources, involving stakeholders that will facilitate teaching and learning for maximum result
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T. I. AHMADIYYA SENIOR  HIGH SCHOOL, WA
T. I. AHMADIYYA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, WA
About: T �I Ahmadiyya Senior High School was born on 15th October 2001�It was the fruit of the initiative and efforts of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Wa in particular and Ghana at large�The Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission-Wa had for a long time dreamt of starting a new secondary school in Upper West Region to augment government effort at providing secondary for the highly deprived Northern Regions of Ghana. The dream finally came to fruition in October 2001�The school started with an initial intake of seventy-one (71) students, forty (40) boys and thirty-one (31) girls� It started on the borrowed premises of the then Home Science block of the Wa Municipality, but we have since moved to our permanent site near Charia� Our vision is to promote academic and moral excellence in the youth who will take up positions of responsibility in Ghana. Our mission is to provide a conducive environment for quality teaching and learning aimed at raising academically sound and morally upright students
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