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AB REVIEW SAYS Located at a few meters from the Labone Junction and opposite the Labone SDA church, the Labone Senior High School was inaugurated on the 10th of November, 1951. On the Labone school compound, one sees a statue of a gong-gong beater on a beautiful lawn with the flower at the background. Other beautiful statues are placed in vintage points giving the school a monumental look. The school’s vision is to develop young men and women who are well educated, well groomed and discipline students who can differentiate between right and wrong. The school has well endowed facilities including science labs, library, dining hall and an administration block. The social environment is invigorating with a varied number of clubs and societies comprising of debating and drama society, wildlife club, CASU, Scripture Union, etc. STUDENTS SAY “…” Students are really excited about school. They appreciate the location and anthem of school. Student participation in clubs is impressive. L A Bone’s Entertainment is well organized, so students can’t wait for Saturday nights. Changes students crave for: science lab should be well equipped and the library should be well stocked. One student highly encourages others to attend Labone School. The school has an up to date website with good design. The school was established in 1949It is situated in the Dade Kotopon Electoral Constituency in the Greater Accra Region and in the Kpeshie sub-unit of the Accra Metropolitan AssemblyIn 1949, six illustrious sons of Ghana saw the need to establish an educational institution to cater for the educational needs of the young people staying around Osu and La and its environs A private school was therefore established at Ako Adjei area. At independence, the first President of Ghana, DrKwame Nkrumah, realized that to achieve his lofty ideas with respect to the rapid development of the country, educational facilities should be widespread and brought to the doorstep of each Ghanaian child To create an institution of critical thinkers and problem solvers who can match their peers nationally and globallyIn line with the core mandate of the GES, this school is committed to providing holistic education through coaching, mentoring and inspiring students to develop their innate potentials

• Annual scholarship awards to excellent SHS students to
study in South Africa and the United States
• Outstanding performance by the school during municipal,
regional and national debate competition
• Excellent performance in all sporting disciplines
• Improvement in academic performance for the WASSCE due
to maintenance of discipline, and commitment by staff
• Improved infrastructure and constant maintenance of existing

• No. of available placements
(CSSPS): 650
• No. of applicants via CSSPS:
• No. of Teachers: 103
• No. of Trained Teachers: 56
• No. of Resident Teachers: 23
• No. of Students (SHS1): 1077
• No. of Students (SHS2): 857
• No. of Students (SHS3): 650
• No. of Resident Students:
• Teacher to Student Ratio:
• EMIS Code: 205140003

Greater Accra

• 51 Classrooms • Library
• Computer Lab • 4 Science Lab

1.000GHC Above
Day and Boarding

Home Economics
Visual Arts
General Arts
General Science