All is set for a new Season of The SharksRead More
If you like quizzes, like I do, you should definitely follow The Sharks Quiz on TV3. I chanced on the quiz two years ago and have been impressed since with the design and appeal of the competition. The quiz is quite different from the National Science and Math Quiz, which we are all accustomed to, and brings a dint of fresh air to our education setup. Here are some observations I’ve made about the Quiz.Read More
In the sixth contest of what is currently the mostRead More
In just three years, we have created opportunities for students that they may not have had ordinarily.
Our candidates are studying in full and partial scholarships in some of the best universities in Ghana,
USA, Germany and China. Contestants last year took part in the International Economics Olympiad in
Russia, and the International Junior Science Olympiad in Qatar, picking up bronze and silver medals
Produced by Africa Schools Online, The Sharks Quiz is a single-elimination academic team competition for all junior and senior high school students in Ghana.
The Sharks Quiz is endorsed by the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Ghana Education Service. Questions on the show focuses on the four core competencies: Literacy, Numeracy, STEM and Social Literacy.Read More
In yet another quest for high school students looking to brandish their brain power among peers for the glory of winning a championship title, education consulting firm – Africa Schools Online launches The Sharks 3.0, a team-based single-elimination competition among qualifying junior and senior high schools in Ghana.Read More
For the first two rounds, it was the lads from the Eastern Region, Pope John Senior High who were having a comfortable lead, at some point leading by 50 points. But the “Owareans” as they are referred to digged deeply in the final two rounds to snatch victory from “Pojoss” and emerge champions of Season 2 of The Sharks Quiz.Read More
The two schools have been outstanding throughout the preliminary stages. While Christian High beat Victory Baptist School, Kumasi for a place in the final; DPS International saw off Manna International School, Kumasi to book their place in the final. Manna International School took 3rd place.Read More
The story was mostly the same for Rounds 2, 3 and 4. Pojoss had found their rhythm and the fatal combination of Joel (for Science) and Dennis(for Arts) proved too much for the ladies, who at some point in the contest you will think had lost hope. 160 to 135 points it ended.Read More