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NSEIN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
NSEIN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: T he school is in the Western Region of GhanaIt is sited directly opposite the Nsein Township, along the Axim - Takoradi roadIt is 2 ½ kilometers drive to Axim, the capital of Nzema East Municipal Assembly and 64 kilometers to TakoradiThe school has a land area of one mile squareIts favourable and sheltered position, gives Nsein Senior High School one of the best climates in GhanaThe average daily temperature is 24oC and the area records the highest rainfall in the country with the architectural flair of the campus making the school a special place of studyThe school started in 1960 with 9 boys and later increased to 50 with 4 teachersThe student population now stands at 1,715The school has maintained promoting and maintaining high academic standards and discipline. Nsein Senior High School aims at providing quality academic and social orientation to students to enable them fit into the immediate society and the world at largeStudents of Nsein Senior High School are guided to pursue the noble truth that will make them independent citizens
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DON BOSCO TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
DON BOSCO TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
About: Address-Michel Camp Rd., Tema, Ghana
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NYAKROM SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL SCHOOL
NYAKROM SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
About: Nyakrom Senior High Technical School is a mixed gender institution with a population of 1,500 students. Two thirds of these students are day students; majority of the students are needy and orphaned. Our biggest challenge therefore is finance. It runs six academic programs namely General Science, General Arts, Business, Visual Arts, Home Economics and Technical. Our vision is to see an end product who is a morally upright, confident, honest, selfless, creative and critical yet patriotic personality ready to take up the helms of affairs. Our mission is to ensure through everyday interactions the nurturing and molding of students into confident, assertive, disciplined personalities with innovative skills while respect for self and others are instilled into them
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WORAWORA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
WORAWORA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The school was found in 1969 as a private institution by Nana Opoku Fefre a native of Worawora. Then called Volta PolytechnicAfter three years of its inception the name changed to Volta Commercial College in 1972In 1973 the name again changed to Worawora Institute of Technology. The proprietor’s desire to have an institution in Worawora at all cost made him gave up the ownership to the government in 1975The Government of Ghana absorbed the school and named it Worawora Secondary School. To promote high standard of quality education to all students of Worawora Senior High School in consonance with the goals and aspirations of stakeholders and the Ghana Education Service. To assist students acquire virtues of perseverance, integrity and initiative to develop into a worthy person in society for the advancement of mankind
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BANDAMAN SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL
BANDAMAN SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL
About: Bandaman Senior High Technical School was founded in 1991, through the initiative of the local people of Banda Ahenkro where it was also nursedThe puropose of establishing the school was to make secondary education more affordable and to the door steps of the people. The first Headmaster of the school was MrChristopher DapaaIn the course of time, the school produced brilliant students one of whom is MrManje VascoThe school entered its dark period, a period when it suffered poor patronage by students and at times by teachers, between 1995-2005In 2005, Pioneer-Ghana, a Christian Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), through some financial assistance injected new life into the school and it was re-sited at its present location. It is hoped that by the end of 2020, Bandaman SHTS would be one of the best second cycle institutions in the country. The school is to provide quality education to the Banda community, thus providing qualified scholars to take up responsible positions in the country
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ST PAUL‘S SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL - KWAHU
ST PAUL‘S SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - KWAHU
About: T he school is located in the Asakraka town in the Kwahu South district in the Eastern Region of Ghana�The school is a mixed school and have a conducive environment for learning�.St�Paul SHS aims at creating a secured orderly and caring community in which students are able to achieve both excellent academic work and disciplined personality , as well develop respect and concern for others. St�Paul’s SHS seeks to provide a caring and safe environment in which a young person can receive the opportunity for intellectual, physical , emotional and special growth
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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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ZABZUGU SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ZABZUGU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: To attract, train and produce scholars from the various ethnic groups in the community who will impact positively on the national productivity and development agenda� The school seeks to offer sound and quality education to qualified Junior High School graduates to enable them acquire good attitudes and skills that would assist them develop their potentials to be productive and useful to themselves and the country at large
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JUST LOVE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
JUST LOVE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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POPE JOHN SHS & JUNIOR  SEMINARY
POPE JOHN SHS & JUNIOR SEMINARY
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�
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ODOMASEMAN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ODOMASEMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Odomaseman Senior High School is a teaching and learning institution located in Odomase, the capital of Sunyani West District It is a ten minute drive from Sunyani, the Regional CapitalIt has a full boarding statusThe school provides courses in General Arts, General Science, Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Visual Arts and Business These courses are supported by a strong base in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)The students are prepared for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). The vision of Odomaseman Senior High School is to mobilize and utilize all available and possible materials, human and financial resources, to make the school an attractive place for training students for academic work and excellence. Our mission is to attract potential senior high school students within the Sunyani West District and beyond and provide them with sound academic and moral up-bringing that would enable them face the technological and knowledge based world and contribute to the nation
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TAPAMAN SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL SCHOOL
TAPAMAN SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
About: Tapaman Senior High Technical School was established in the year 1993 by the late Mr. James Kwadwo Botwe, a businessman from Tapa-Amanya and resident at Tapa-Amanfrom. Mr. James Kwadwo Botwe introduced secondary education to the youth of Tapaman and its surrounding communities, who otherwise would have had to travel to Nkonya, 40km and Worawora, 20km from Tapa-Amanfrom to pursue secondary education The school began with the use of the classroom of the Tapa-Amanfrom D/A Junior High School The West African Examination Council recognized the school as an examination centre in the year 1995 with centre number 671107 and presented candidates to write at Worawora Senior High School Producing qualified and skilled manpower through affordable education to the youth of Tapa Traditional Area in particular and also to the youth of settler communities who otherwise would have become truck pushers and menial job workers. The fundamental task of Tapaman Senior High Technical School is to use very high standard of discipline to provide quality and affordable education to produce youth who have knowledge and relevant employment skills for the nation.
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