About: History Of BIMAKS College of Business and Health Sciences The physical facility for the College was initially started as a Students Hostel for the Swedru School of Business (SWESBUS) in 2003. The ground floor with a total capacity for 200 students was completed in 2006. The facility was Christened “Bempomaa Memorial Hostel” in memory of the late mother of the Founder of the College. The patronage of the facility was very low. Consequently financial returns were also very low. The facility was restructured with the construction of two additional floors to start programs in Nursing and Midwifery. Other Investment partners insisted that the name be changed since it seemed to favor one person. Consequently, the name was changed to GLOBAL COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE. It was also decided that other health science programs should be added including Physician (Medical) Assistants, Disaster Science, ICT, and Medical Laboratory Technology. Later the Investment Partners agreed for the addition of Business and Management programs to better serve the broader interest of the communities in the catchment areas. With the introduction of the Business Programs, the National Accreditation Board requested for a change of the College’s name to reflect the new programs. After much difficulty, BIMAKS College of Business and Health Sciences was selected from among the many suggested names submitted to the Board. The Board finally approved the name on 4th February 2013. BIMAKS is an acronym derived from the letters of the names of Investment Partners. From this an inspiring philosophy has been coined. B – Believe, I— In, M—Mastering, A— (your) Abilities, K— (through) Knowledge, S— (and) Service. MOTTO: Knowledge, Service, Security BIMAKS College of Business and Health Sciences was incorporated as a limited liability company on the 26th May 2011. The College is a tertiary Institution established at Agona Swedru in the Central Region of Ghana as a center for training and developing professionals in business and health care. Operational Aims: The College aims at: *Providing an Internationally reputable academic curriculum based on strong theoretical foundations supported by applied research into the dynamics of business and healthcare management in Ghana. * Achieving the highest standards in student training by integrating professional and academic approaches to the study and practice of business, ICT and health sciences * Providing students with opportunity to leverage on the experience of faculty members with background that can facilitates students’ understanding and application of concepts in business, Science and Social healthcare. * Providing students with adequate individual internship and placement opportunities that facilitate their industrial maturity. *Keeping close links with other businesses and healthcare institutions through collaborative ventures that will provide further opportunities for students to acquire experiential professional skills.
About: Akontombra Senior School (AKONSEC) is a non-denominational Day/ Boarding Co-Educational InstitutionIt was established in 1994 with 40 students - 25 boys and 15 girls after Akontombra Methodist Primary School was relocated The school is located at the New Zongo, near the Mosque, on Akontombra – Bodi toad The school is being nurtured on strong moral principlesAKONSEC is on the World Bank Project, Secondary Education Improvement Project(SEIP)Under the SEIP, the school would get infrastructural development and scholarship for students for five continuous years which started in 2015. To give exquisite education (both the mind and heart) to our students that would make them impact greatly and positively in the country. To ensure that all children of school-going age are provided with quality formal education and training
About: The educational reform that brought the implementation of the Senior Secondary School programme gave birth to the establishment of Koase Senior High Technical School on the 28th January 1991 The school started with fifty two (52) students and four (4) teachers in the former Experimental Junior Secondary School premises. The first Head master of the school was Nana Kwasi Adjei The initial programmes were three, namely Agriculture Science, Home Economics and Technical. At the end of the first term the total enrolment increased to one hundred and ninety-two (192) The school is located at Koase in the Wenchi Municipality of Brong Ahafo Region. The vision of the school is to become one of the best and most attractive in the country in terms of developing well balanced individuals who will command public respect and credibility• Provide quality formal education to senior high school students to acquire skills, knowledge and attitudes that will prepare them for higher education • Produce individuals who will be academically outstanding and helpful to themselves and society
About: Jirapa Senior High School was established in the year 1994 as a day school� The school is located in the Jirapa District of the Upper West Region of Ghana� It was established by the government of Ghana to support the already existing Senior High Schools in the country to absorb the growing numbers of students who completed junior high school but could not all get placement into the then existing senior high schools in the country� It was first located behind the Jubilee Hall of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church with an initial student population of 126 thus, 75 males and 51 females�The staff population of the school at the time was nine (9) including the Headmaster� We aspire to mould the school into one of the first educational centres nationwide, typically recognized for strong moral armament, faithfulness, hardwork, excellent academic pedigree, milling out men and women for mother Ghana� • We are charged to build our students into decent, mature, dignified and responsible citizens. • To produce students who are proud of their heritage� • To collaborate with all stakeholders in and outside the educational sector
About: Dodi Papase Senior High Technical School was established on 6th October, 1983 as a private schoolThe school was known as Dodi-Papase Community Secondary School hence the acronym “DOPASS”. Now the school is Dodi-Papase Senior High Technical School – “DOPASHTECH” The school’s motto is KNOWLEDGE FOR SERVICEThe school operates both the day and the boarding systems The school is established to provide high quality pre-tertiary education to its students to enable them pursue further training in tertiary institutions to be able to fit into the world of work and to earn a decent living in order to become responsible citizens To provide relevant education to all Ghanaians at all levels to enable them acquire skills that will assist them to develop their potentials, be productive, facilitate poverty reduction and promote socio-economic growth and national development
About: St Vitus Techical Institute was established over 20 years ago by Mr. Michael Dono in Sunyani Ghana. The school has hence progressed from training a few adult groups to training hundreds of young men and women a year. With a keen focus on the professional practice of eectrical installation works,The school has produced some of the country's top electrical engineers in the country. The Institution has trained several professionals from all the regions of ghana with specific emphanis to the Brong Ahafo, Northern and Upper Regions. We take due credit for the excellence of electrical works in several parts of the country. St Vitus Technical institute is currently rated the No1 Electrical Technical Institution in the Northern Ghana
About: The idea to establish this school was conceived by the following Ghana Muslim Mission (Ashanti) members:Alhaji Mohammed Yeboah, Alhaji Adam Seth, Alhaji Yusuf Nyamekye, Alhaji Ibrahim Baryeh, Alhaji Gyamfi, Yakubu Mensa, SheikhAdam Appiedu, Papa Adam Dwomoh, Alhaji Kweku Kru, Mallam Abubakar, Kramo Siaka Sam Boakye, Alhaji Maama, Alhaji Musah Kofi Nuamah and others. This was aimed at finding solutions to the needs of the youth especially Muslims who could not have access to Senior Secondary School education or circular educationIn 1967, the schools initial enrollment was thirteen (13) with only one girlIn 1967, the first headmaster appointed was Sheik Fadul-Rahman from Pakistan.To become an institution of excellence for training students to be self-reliant, responsible and God fearing through firm and sound foundation.To provide quality Islamic and secular education through Islamic disciplinary code and ethics without discrimination
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�