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daboasesectech@yahoo.com
DABOASE SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL SCHOOL
DABOASE SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
About: Daboase Senior High Technical School is a government assisted co- educational institution in the Wassa East District in the Western Region of Ghana, established in January 1991 as a community based second cycle institution with five students. The school is the only senior high school in the Wassa East District The school offers all senior high school courses as well as technical coursesIt runs both boarding and day systems ’To provide relevant education to all Ghanaians at the High School level to enable them 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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ofofri@edu.gh
OFORI PANIN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
OFORI PANIN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Established by the Ghana Education Trust of the Nkrumah government on 22 September 1961, Ofori Panin Senior High is rated creditably among the best co-educational second cycle schools in the country. OPASS, as it is affectionately called, gained its popularity initially through their outstanding performances in games and sports especially athletics. Now it is popular across the region for both its academic and extracurricular laurels. The school’s motto “Dwen na Som” which literally means Render Service with a thoughtful mind gives one an idea of the good training the students receive. The PTA is amongst the most visible in the region, recently funding semi detached houses for teachers and the provision of a girl’s dormitory annex. The old student association can help the school in improving and modernizing its infrastructure. STUDENTS SAY “…” Participation in clubs, societies and other extracurricular activities is highly encouraged. An old student expressed that he appreciated the keen debate and sports competitions in school. Active clubs in the school include Writer’s club, Drama Society and Scripture Union. Students reiterated that more motivation of teachers is necessary for the teachers to give off their best. One student writes that he appreciates the learning spirits of the students. This is an indication of healthy competition that exists among students. Infrastructure-wise, a general concern for the expansion of classrooms was called for which is the case for most of the senior high schools in the country. Ofori Panin Senior High School (OPASS) is a co-educational second cycle institution institution in Kukurantumi in the Eastern Region of Ghana�Ofori Panin School (formerly Tafo-Kukurantumi Senior High school, now nicknamed OPASS), is a co-educational boarding school located at Tafo in Akyem, Eastern Region, Ghana� The school was founded in 1961 by Kwame Nkrumah� The foundation stone of the building was laid on 19 May 1962 by Hon. Kofi Asante Ofori Attah, M�P�for Akim Abuakwa and Minister of Justice at that time�An alumnus/alumna of Ofori Panin is known as an “Opassian”� To create an enabling environment to facilitate effective teaching and learning� To ensure that all Ghanaian children of school-going age are provided with quality formal education and training through effective and efficient resource management that will facilitate the making of education delivery relevant to the manpower and social needs of the nation�
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obama@edu.gh
OBAMA COLLEGE
OBAMA COLLEGE
About: Located at Mamkessim Asomdwee
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Evangelical@edu.gh
EVANGELICAL BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL
EVANGELICAL BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL
About: -
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nobleprince@edu.gh
NOBLE PRINCE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
NOBLE PRINCE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Located at tafo-Adompom
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standrewss@edu.gh
ST. ANDREWS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
ST. ANDREWS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Located at Upper Denkyira east
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acheres@edu.gh
ACHERENSUA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ACHERENSUA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Founded in 1960 by the Government of Ghana under the Getfund, Acherensua Senior High is gradually emerging as a top-rated school. The school covers 1 square mile, with a serene environment for teaching and learning. Very popular in the Brong Ahafo Region , the school is determined to project its image beyond its walls by creating a classic, well designed website which provides up to date information to the entire public. The school’s administration has shown a proven desire to match up the school with other well known schools in the country. In light of this, the school has maintained a rich culture that has attracted students from the cross sections of the country. The school’s facilities can be compared with other top notch schools. It boasts of a multipurpose ICT centre. Like any institution, the school faces some challenges including inadequate accommodation for students and staff, inadequate classroom blocks and lack of a modern library. The school has an invigorating social environment with active clubs and societies and good sports facilities. A recent feat they chalked is coming out champions at the 20th edition of Milo Sports festival. This is a very great feat, considering how competitive the festival is. Acherensua Senior High school’s unrelenting efforts to showcase its achievements to the rest of the world coupled with a fairly active academic and social environment ranks it high among the top schools in the country.To provide holistic education to the youth (young boys and girls) who are morally and spiritually upright and are of excellent academic standard To produce young boys and girls to further their education at the tertiary levels in Science, Agriculture, Business, Arts and Vocational Studies to help meet the manpower needs of the nation
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bissghana@edu.gh
BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
About: Motto: Achieving Excellence AB REVIEW SAYS… British International School is a relatively new private institution which recently began the secondary school program. Even though new, the school is well equipped and provides a great learning atmosphere thus being featured as a top private school. The school which is located at East Legon, near the A& C shopping mall places a strong emphasis on English and Mathematical Skills from the very start, together challenging learning practices involving scientific investigation and Information communication technology. British International School has a broad vision: Students are encouraged to make a positive contribution to their community and society through developing good manners, co-operation and communication skills. The School offers a broad and balanced curriculum which is based on the British National curriculum. It consists of three core subjects English, Mathematics and Science, and non core subjects Art, Geography, History, Physical Education, Music, Technology (Information and Communications Technology and Design Technology), PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) which incorporates citizenship and religious education in addition to French. The school provides an invigorating social environment with diverse clubs and societies. Clubs in the school include: Tae Kwando, Girl Guiding, Ballet, Dance and Drama, Readers Club, Red Cross and Swimming.
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dia@edu.gh
DIASPORA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
DIASPORA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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chiraa@edu.gh
CHIRAA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
CHIRAA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Chiraa Senior High School was established on the 27th September, 1982 at the former buildings of the Chiraa Day Care Centre with 74 students, and four teachers MrAbraham Opoku-Danso was appointed as the Acting HeadmasterIn October 1982, MrBaah Robert was appointed the substantive head of the schoolIt was then a community school until September, 1989 when the then Head of the Regional Inspectorate Unit inspected the school and recommended its absorption as a government assisted public secondary schoolOn 9th May, 1983, the sod cutting for the first classroom block was done.The school was moved to the present site on 10th October, 1983. In June, 1987 fifteen students were presented as the first batch for the G.C.E O’LevelThey were twelve boys and three girls To achieve a higher WASSCE rate in the upcoming years
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fet@edu.gh
FETTEHMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
FETTEHMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Fettehman Senior High School is a science school. It is a co-educational institution and has both day and boarding facilities. It is located at Gomoa Fetteh, a fishing community in the Gomoa East District in the Central Region Ghana. Fettehman SHS is a centre of excellence for full personality development. The school was established by United Nation High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) as an appreciative gift for Gomoa Fetteh on humanitarian grounds for accommodating UN Refugees (Liberia Refugees) on their land at Gomoa Buduburam popularly called Liberia Camp. The school was commissioned by the UNHCR on February, 2013 as a Private Institution. Later, it was absorbed as a Public Senior High School through the efforts of Gallant personalities like Kofi Annan, etc...To lay a sound foundation for students in academic, moral and social development so that they can function effectively everywhere they find themselves. Creating enabling environment coupled with motivated and dedicated staff and students will be able to achieve their ambition and contribute their quota to nation building
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sef@edu.gh
SEFWI WIAWSO SECONDARY  TECH SCHOOL
SEFWI WIAWSO SECONDARY TECH SCHOOL
About: T he school was opened on 28th January, 1991 as part of the Educational Reforms of 1987It is a community school managed by the Ghana Education Service The school started in January 1991 with Mr John Ntaadu as the first Headmaster. The school was initially run in the classrooms of the then Government School(now Nana Aduhene School) until 13th June, 1994 when it was relocated to its present site at Somaakrom, a suburb of Sefwi Wiawso On 11th September, 2008, MrJohn Ntaadu retired from the Ghana Education Service and MrRichard Kudu took over the administration of the school from him as the substantive Headmaster .To make young people in our catchment area fit completely into the society, be useful to themselves and the society in which they live and the country at large To provide quality secondary and technical education to children in our catchment area
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