Christian High wins 2018 best ‘O’ level and ‘A’ level school at British Council PSGN awards
Ghana Christian International High School, also known as Christian High, won two overall Awards as the Best Ordinary and Advanced Level School in Ghana (based on examination scores) among British Council attached schools offering Cambridge International Examination in the country.
Leo Ohene Afriyie-Buabeng, a recent graduate of the school, also won Overall Best A level student, achieving a remarkable feat of 4 A*. He also took home the award for Best in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
The well-organized PSGN (Partner Schools Global Network) Awards ceremony held on Friday in Accra was attended by special guests from Cambridge International Examinations Board in the UK, staff and students of British Council attached schools offering the Cambridge International Examination programme.
We are excited about this award, but it was not gotten on a silver platter, Madam Vivian Campbell, the Principal of the school stated. Our students are tested all the time to help them get a better sense of how they are performing academically. They are encouraged to give of their best by a great support of teachers. Our teachers are motivated to go the extra mile and weaker students are given the necessary attention.
Ghana Christian International High prides itself as one of the leading international schools offering a blend of the local and international curricula on their campus based in Dodowa, Accra.
Leo Afriyie-Buabeng is currently a first year Medical Student at the University of Ghana.
Fareeda Elinam Abu-Juam from East Airport International School and Ohenewaa Adwoa Danso-Doodoo from Morning Star International high school were joint winners for Best IGCSE student of the year award. They both scored 9 A* and 1A.