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ASANTE AKYEM TECHNOLOGY
ASANTE AKYEM TECHNOLOGY
About: located at konongo partriensah
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COMMONWEALTH COLLEGE
COMMONWEALTH COLLEGE
About: -
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APEGUSO SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
APEGUSO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: O n 24th October, 1985, Apeguso Senior High School was established in the presence of stakeholder communities from Nnudu to Mpakadan with 35 students and Mr�Michael Asare Darkwa, a Sixth Form National Service Person, as the only teacher� The school was registered with the Ghana Education Service (G.E.S) under the name Apeguso Community Secondary School in July, 1988� The school,then, had no premises and had to run permanent afternoon shift with Apeguso L/A Presbyterian Primary School�This shift continued until the school was absorbed into the public system in September, 1990�Currently, the school has a boarding facility and offers courses in six programme areas�To provide quality education based on improved discipline and good school tone through the most prudent and effective use of available resources�Improving team work among staff in order to provide modern and adequate teaching and learning with the use of instructional materials to discipline the mind, body and spirit of students with the co-operation of the community, parents and government
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OBAMA COLLEGE
OBAMA COLLEGE
About: Located at Mamkessim Asomdwee
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ABETIFI PRESBYTERIAN  SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
ABETIFI PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Abetifi Secondary was formed and managed by Abetifi citizens, as the first Secondary School to be established on the Kwahu Ridge on 6th February, 1956, with about fifty (50) students and two (2) teachers. It started as a private co-educational institution� In 1963, it became necessary for the school to enter into partnership with the Presbyterian Church of Ghana for the Administration of the school�The school was therefore renamed Abetifi Presbyterian Secondary School (APSEC). In 1965, the then Government of the country took over the school�In 1978 the school which was initially housed in a temporary building in the heart of the town moved to its present site� The first Headmaster was Mr. Odoi Sykes 1956. The vision of the school is to implement the pre-tertiary aspect of the goals of the Ministry of Education in such a way as to achieve high quality education and training that could improve the manpower needs of the country. Our mission is to strictly ensure that teachers give their best, ensure strict discipline among staff and students and provide relevant inputs in order to enhance teaching and learning
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UNIVERSAL GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
UNIVERSAL GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Located at Koforidua
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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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SANDEMA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
SANDEMA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: -
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ZIOPE SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ZIOPE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Ziope Senior High School (ZIOSEC) was established in 2011 as a private Senior High School and in 2012, it was absorbed by the government as a public school The school is situated on the Ho-Aflao road. It is about one (1) kilometre from the Ziope town when coming from Ho. The school has qualified teachers who are dedicated to duty. We aspire to remould our school into one of the best in the Volta Region, typically recognized for a strong moral rearmament, excellent academic pedigree and first class sporting institution’s that shall mill out men and women for our motherland. We are charged to build our students into decent, mature and dignified people, proud of their heritage to collaborate with all decent partners in and outside the educational industry By this, our school shall become the first choice for all discerning and determined parents
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TAMALE INTERNATIONAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TAMALE INTERNATIONAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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NKORANZA TECHNICAL  INSTITUTE
NKORANZA TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
About: N koranza Technical Institute is one of the government technical institutes in Brong Ahafo Region It was created as a result of the Votech Resource Project Centre instituted by the Ghana Government in collaboration with the Netherlands in order to equip technical institutions in the country with tools and machinery In the year 2000, the Votech Resource Project Centre of the Nkoranza High/Technical School was used as the bases to form a new and autonomous technical institute, having its Prinicipal The institute operated a hostel system until it was approved of a full boarding status in 2010 To achieve efficient and effective delivery of technical/vocational education and training to meet the aspirations of students and the socio-economic development needs of the nation Provide students with knowledge, value, morals and competencies in entrepreneurial and technological skills with appreciable understanding of scientific applications involved.
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NORTHERN SCHOOL OF  BUSINESS
NORTHERN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Founded in 1978, Northern School of Business has risen to become one of the well noted schools in the region. Their popularity in the region primarily stems from their well-schemed and tutored business programs. The school which began in the early 70’s as a private school in recent times is faced with infrastructure problems. Recent calls have been made by the school authorities for a boost in infrastructure to improve its status in the region as a top school and give students a more comprehensive education. Some of the infrastructure which requires a needed improvement includes school dormitories, dining hall and library facilities. The school provides a competitive academic environment for students especially in the area of business. In the last WASSCE, out of the three hundred and fifty six candidates that the school fielded only 4 failed. This feat can be traced to the corporation amongst the staff and their dedication to work. Northern School of Business is now diversifying their course structure with the introduction of two General Arts classes and One Home Econs class to the already existing four business classes. Plans are also underway to add Agric Science to the list of courses. Northern School of Business has lots of potential to improve its ratings. More emphasis should be given to promoting its good profile outside its environs. Northern School of Business Senior High, as is currently known, was first established as a private Business School in 1972 by Mr�A�S�O�Arthur, as Northern School of Business (NOBISCO)�The school was then housed in a makeshift structure without electricity, pipe-borne water and other basic facilities that make for a standard institution� The student population at its inception stood a little over one hundred (100) with a land area of about 52�7 square acres even though part of the land has been encroached upon�The following subjects were offered for the award of the General Certificate of Education (GCE ‘O’ Level) at the establishment of the school: Mathematics, English Language, Islamic Studies, Business Methods, Commerce, History, Geography and Ghanaian languages.To provide quality education to its students so as to enable them acquire the requisite qualification for further learning in tertiary institutions and become responsible and productive citizens ready to assume leadership roles in the country� To recruit and maintain qualified, competent and dedicated staff who will/shall give in their utmost best in tuition and also to admit B�E�C�E�leavers who have attained the requisite qualification and ensure quality education delivery with the view to achieving academic excellence
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