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akroshts@gmail.com
AKRO SENIOR HIGH TECH  SCHOOL
AKRO SENIOR HIGH TECH SCHOOL
About: The vision of the school is 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 and students 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 the government
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stp@edu.gh
ST. PETERS MISSION SCHOOL
ST. PETERS MISSION SCHOOL
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akuse@edu.gh
AKUSE METHODIST SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL
AKUSE METHODIST SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL
About: Akuse Methodist Senior High Technical School (AMEST) was established as a co-educational second cycle institution to offer Secondary and Technical courses to graduates of Junior High Schools in and around Akuse and beyond� It was established in January, 1991 as one of the Senior Secondary Schools which were opened in the country as a result of the implementation of the 1987 Educational Reform Programme� The School took over the structures of the then Methodist Primary School with an initial enrolment of forty Five (45). It steadily grew to 2,498 in the 2011/2012 academic year when the Four year system reached its full cycle� It gained a boarding status in January, 2007�.To be a co-educational institution that trains the mind, soul and body of students to be useful citizens.To develop and equip adolescent boys and girls with the requisite academic knowledge, skills and aptitudes that will enable them fit well into the society and contribute their quota to the development of Ghana and beyond
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metho@edu.gh
METHODIST SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
METHODIST SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The Methodist High School Saltpond was founded for the Methodist Church in November 1981 by the Rev. Ebenezer K. Baiden. He was also the first headmaster of the school. Rev. Baiden was then the Superintendent Minister of the Saltpond Methodist Church. The school was started in the historic and famous Hammond Hall of the Saltpond Methodist Church where the Convention People’s Party (CPP) was founded. It later moved to the premises of the Methodist Middle School at Mount Pleasant at Apeakwaa. It finally moved to an abandoned building belonging to the UTC adjacent to the Saltpond Post Office, where it is now located. The first batch of students to complete the course of study graduated in June 1986 after taking their G.C.E Ordinary Level examinations .Academic excellence, characterized by the moral standard comparable to any other “first class school” in order to make every student fit in society and be globally safe.To provide relevant education to all Ghanaians at all levels to enable them to acquire skills that will assist them to develop their potentials, to be productive, to facilitate poverty reduction and to promote socio-economic growth and national development
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assi@edu.gh
ASSIN STATE COLLEGE
ASSIN STATE COLLEGE
About: Assin State College was established in October 2006 as a private co-educational institution through the initiative and efforts of the Chief, Elders and some prominent opinion leaders of Assin Bereku who gave the name “Assin State College” to the school. The first batch of students reported to the school on Friday 13th October, 2006. Regular classes started on Monday 16th October, 2016 in three programmes- General Arts, Business and Agricultural Science. The inauguration of the school was done by officers from the Assin Fosu District Education Office and GNAT officers on Tuesday 17th October, 2006. Three years after its establishment, Assin State College was absorbed into the public system on 5th October, 2009. ASCO envisages a college where all students, regardless of their geographical region, gender, religion or ethnicity, who enrol in the school, are given equal opportunity and access to quality education which will empower the students. To harness the limited resources available and the skills of qualified and motivated staff to unearth and develop the hidden talents and potentials of our young boys and girls through: • Self-discipline • Dedication to work
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stmary@edu.gh
ST MARYS SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ST MARYS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Established on the 6th February, 1950 by the Catholic missionary sisters, Saint Mary’s Senior High has over the years been a leading girl’s school in the country posting unrivalled results in academics and extracurricular activities. Located in the city’s capital, Mary’s reputation as a top school is based on their incredible results in the WASSCE. The school’s accolades are comparable with their male counterparts in the region in all areas. In sports, the girls’ basketball team is amongst the best in the country placing first in the 2007 sprite basketball championship. The social environment in the school is fairly active but can be enlivened by encouraging students to engage in other activities aside academics. The school’s alumnus is a thriving one but can do more in support of their Alma mata facilities-wise. The school’s discipline record is unquestionable. Marys is a leading school and every fact proves so. STUDENTS SAY “…” Students are proud about their discipline record. This can be attributed to the strong Catholic training. One student expressed however that the strict Catholic training should be softened and be made more adaptive to other religions. Teachers are commended for their excellent attitude to work and their approach to maintain the high discipline of the school. One popular term in the school is “Atico”, which means a student who fails in a subject will not be allowed to go for mid-term break. This actually has motivated students to be more studious. Infrastructure-wise, the expansion of the dining hall was called for. Students have a lot of pride in their uniforms. StMary’s Secondary School was founded by the Catholic Missionary Sisters -servants of the Holy Spirit (SSpS)When they first arrived in Ghana, they were put up at the Derby Avenue Parish and it was there that they hatched up their plan to establish a girls’ Secondary School in one of the deprived areas of Accra to educate and assist not so endowed young girls into responsible adultsNo wonder the curriculum at that time comprised Religion, Music, Home Science, Needlework etcLike most schools StMary’s had humble origins having started from a classroom of the present StMary’s Basic School, Korle-Gonno which is next door to StMarv’s Secondary SchoolOn the 6th of February 1950, the institution was opened with only ten students and a staff of two Reverend Sisters Our vision is for our students to leave school with; • A set of moral values - honesty, integrity and good judgement • A complement of basic skills - linguistic, mathematics, scientifi, artistic, physical and social. To offer holistic education and empower young females to develop their abilities in pursuance of excellence in all fields of endeavour with emphasis on integrity and tenacity of purpose
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ackshs@yahoo.com
ACADEMY OF CHRIST THE  KING
ACADEMY OF CHRIST THE KING
About: Our vision is to place the school on the same level with the well-endowed Senior High Schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis by the year 2020 and to have the school relocated to a place more conducive for a purposeful academic pursuit.To unearth the real talent of every student in the school for their ultimate benefit to both the Church and the State
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unitutorial@edu.gh
UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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adumanshs@yahoo.com
ADUMAN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ADUMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Aduman Senior High School was established in November, 1965 as Aduman Training College to train teachers but phased out in 1971 as a result of a national education policy to begin the then desired secondary school education for students in March, 1972 Since the policy effective date, Aduman Senior High School which is located in a congenial academic environment in a notable ancient town of Aduman, Afigya-Kwabre District in Ashanti Region, serves as the citadel for the training of students in six (6) approved programmes namely; General Science, General Agriculture, General Arts, Business, Home Economics and Visual Art; for advanced studies for national development with the 2015/16 student population standing at 2,757 and a staff strength of 202. To become a first grade school among the league of senior high schools on the academic landscape providing quality and excellence in a holistic education to produce sound responsible individuals for national development Providing an all-round quality education for the total deve- lopment of the individual within a motivated learning environment
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ksht@edu.gh
KUMASI SNR HIGH TECH  SCH
KUMASI SNR HIGH TECH SCH
About: The School until recently (2008), known as Kumasi Secondary Technical School was established as a co-educational institution in 1991 It is one of the One hundred and forty-six (146) Senior Secondary Schools that were opened throughout the country during the introduction of the Educational Reform Programme The school started in 1996 with 250 students and 12 tutorsCurrently, the school has 2900 students with 130 teachers and 68 non-teaching staff The school has trained over five thousand (5000) as at now. The School’s vision is to train students to effectively and efficiently use their heads, hands and heart, so as to be useful to themselves, the school and the society as a whole now and the future• Admit qualified and better performed students at the BECE Level into the school • Create an enabling environment to facilitate effective, efficient teaching and learning
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sango@edu.gh
BODWESANGO SENIOR  HIGH SCHOOL
BODWESANGO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Bodwesango senior high school is located Bodwesango, a town in town Adansi north district in the Ashanti region It was established in 1991 as part of the World Bank Sponsored educational institutions during the time of the PNDC government led by FltLt Jerry john Rawlings The school is a mixed one with student population of about 1200It has both boarders and day students The school has staff strength of 55 teaching staff including the headmaster and his two assistants and 40 non-teaching staffThe motto of the school is “sacrifice for development” with BODSEC as its acronym The vision of the school shall be to implement policies that will contribute to meeting the objections of the Ghana Education Service of providing quality education and making formal education accessible. The mission of the school shall be to create the needed congenial teaching and learning environment to promotion academic and discipline and to develop individuals contribute effectively to the national development agenda
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tesh@edu.gh
TESHIE ST. JOHN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TESHIE ST. JOHN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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