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wesleygirls@edu.gh
KUMASI WESLEY GIRLS’  SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
KUMASI WESLEY GIRLS’ SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The Methodist Church established the school in November 1979 as a private second-cycle co-educational day school, under the leadership of RevDeGraft Johnson Eleven (11) students were first admitted into the school on November 11, 1979 The school has operated under four different names -Methodist Day Secondary, Wesley Day Secondary (1985), Mmofraturo Girls’ Secondary (2001) and Kumasi Wesley Girls High (2006) It now has a student population ofTwo Thousand Five Hundred and Two (2502) and a staff strength of 0ne Hundred and Ninety-Seven (197) To offer holistic education as well as promote physically sound girls’ capable of becoming future leaders. The school was established by the Methodist Church Ghana • To inculcate and deepen the Christian faith of its inmates • Instill discipline • Uphold moral Uprightness • Offer sound character training and good citizenship
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ghanata@edu.gh
GHANATA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
GHANATA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: AB REVIEW SAYS Ghanatta Senior High School recently celebrated their 70th anniversary in grand style. The school is the only second institution in the Dangbe West district. Ghanatta’s performance in academics and extracurricular activities is impressive. The school has been earmarked as a model school and this will improve and upgrade the school’s facilities. The school’s current facilities include a science and computer lab, visual arts block, dining hall and a library. The school also has generators which aids them when the lights are out. Ghanatta Senior High has a weak internet presence. The school can gain more prestige by creating an avenue for access to the school’s profile and creditable achievements. Survey shows that the old student association can do more to upgrade the schools facilities and motivate the students to aim for higher heights. Popular clubs in the school include the Red Cross, Gunsa, and Debating Club among others. Ghanatta Senior High has potential to climb higher in its ratings. Ghanata Senior High School, formerly called the Gold Coast People College, was founded formally as a national co-education institution on 3rd February, 1936 at Adidome in the Voltal Region by Rev, Isaac Doe Osabutey –Aguedze , MA, BDand Rev FKFiawoo, BA, BDas co-founders with quite a representative groups of sixteen (16) students from almost all the parts of the Gold Coast, British and French Togoland, except the Northern territoriesIn January, 2007 the school moved from its old site to its new and permanent site after it has been elevated to the status of a district model school in 2003 Today Ghanata Senior High School is a proud Government Assisted Mixed Boarding Model School with an enviable record of discipline, hard work and high academic performance. 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 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 government
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prs@edu.gh
PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
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ahamansu@edu.gh
AHAMANSU ISLAMIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AHAMANSU ISLAMIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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busii@edu.gh
BUSINESS SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
BUSINESS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: B usiness Senior High School (the first business school of the North) was established on the 9th of September, 1963 as a private institution by Mr�Samuel Benjamin Gogoe of Tarkwa� The school was not attractive to many students at the time, as it was a purely commercial (business) school, coupled with the fact that the fee was also a fortune� The school relocated and changed its name a number of times as student enrolment increased� From Baba Kofi’s Compound to Ex-Sgt. NasaniMoshie’s Compound house in Sakasaka, through to it’s present site; opposite the old airport on the Nyankpala road� The School is to produce self-motivated, critical thinking and result-oriented students in both quality and quantity for higher education and the world of work in Ghana and beyond. Our mission is to render quality education services to all students than any of our competitors to ensure that they meet their aims and objectives; needs and wants; dreams and wishes through best coordination, supervisory and management practices
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faithacademy@yahoo.com
FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY VOCATIONAL & TECH. INSTITUTE
FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY VOCATIONAL & TECH. INSTITUTE
About: Faith Christian Academy is located at 4th Close, Accra, Ghana. .
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Tashtech2013@gmail.com
TAPAMAN SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL SCHOOL
TAPAMAN SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
About: Tapaman Senior High Technical School was established in the year 1993 by the late Mr. James Kwadwo Botwe, a businessman from Tapa-Amanya and resident at Tapa-Amanfrom. Mr. James Kwadwo Botwe introduced secondary education to the youth of Tapaman and its surrounding communities, who otherwise would have had to travel to Nkonya, 40km and Worawora, 20km from Tapa-Amanfrom to pursue secondary education The school began with the use of the classroom of the Tapa-Amanfrom D/A Junior High School The West African Examination Council recognized the school as an examination centre in the year 1995 with centre number 671107 and presented candidates to write at Worawora Senior High School Producing qualified and skilled manpower through affordable education to the youth of Tapa Traditional Area in particular and also to the youth of settler communities who otherwise would have become truck pushers and menial job workers. The fundamental task of Tapaman Senior High Technical School is to use very high standard of discipline to provide quality and affordable education to produce youth who have knowledge and relevant employment skills for the nation.
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presb@edu.gh
PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR  HIGH SCHOOL-BEGORO
PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL-BEGORO
About: The school is located in Begro in the Eastern Region�The school was established in 1972 and was aimed at providing education for members in and outside the community� To be the most preferred center of academic excellence in the Eastern Region. To create an atmosphere that is conducive for learning and for the training of responsible future leaders who are imbued with unique value of discipline, humility and morality of service and hard work
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moree07@gmail.com
MOREE SENIOR HIGH  TECHNICAL SCHOOL
MOREE SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
About: Moree Senior High Technical School, is at Moree near Cape Coast in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District. The school was established on 7th September, 2007 (a Private Institution) with a student population of 10 and 8 service personnel. The first Headmaster was Mr. P. K. Yartel Kubin. The school became a government assisted school in 2012/2013 academic year. Though a new school, we have the students at heart. Some students are in the tertiary institution. The school has hostel facilities..To offer holistic education to develop the Ghanaian student for nation building.We exist to develop the cognitive, affective and the psychomotor domain of the students to acquire the requisite skills for career development in areas of manufacturing, science and technology
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atweamanshs@yahoo.com
ATWEAMAN SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ATWEAMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: The Atweaman Senior High School is situated in the North-Eastern part of Akyem Manso, a town in the Birim Central Municipality in the Eastern Region of Ghana� Akyem Manso lies about 136 kilometres from Accra and 15km to Oda on the Accra Akim Oda main road�The chief and people of Akim Manso officially opened the school as a community day secondary school on Monday, 30th January 1995�Atweaman Senior High School is currently a day and boarding institution with a student population of about five hundred and sixty-one and Teaching and Non-teaching staff of 46 and 35 respectively�The school currently runs the following GES approved programmes; Agricultural Science, Business, Visual Arts, General Arts and Home Economics.To create an environment of academic excellence that enables all students to move to the next level of their aspirations and to ensure that such products can be relied on for national development�• Discipline of staff and students� • Commitment of staff through setting and attaining achievable targets� • Promote cordial relationship among all staff and students� • Strengthen School-Community relationship
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antoaseniorhgh@gmail.com
ANTOA SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
ANTOA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: In 1969Some illustrious sons of Antoa namely Nana Yaw Kyere (Antoahene), Opanin Oppong Kyekyeku, Adu Gyamfi, Kwasi Oppong, Nana Antoa Mensah and Nane Kusi Appiah came together and founded the schoolThe school was named Adonten Akoten Secondary School and was then financed by the founding fathers who saw the need to give secondary school education to children in the Antoa traditional area who could not attend boarding school in KumasiIt Started as a private school in make-shift classrooms at the school’s old site with twelve (12) students (8 boy and 4 girls)Nana Kusi Appiah was the Headmaster when the school was run by the communityThe Antoa Adonten Secondary School was absorbed into Public system of Education in September, 1971 The school management aims at achieving the following • Academic excellence • Acceptable moral development that would promote high sense of discipline among students. The school’s seeks to train students academically, socially, morally and physically to live a balanced and healthy lifestyle(s) to respond to demand of the society
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pra@edu.gh
PRAMPRAM SENIOR HIGH  SCHOOL
PRAMPRAM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
About: Our vision is to be a first grade school that provides top quality education to students.Our mission is to efficiently and effectively prepare our students within an enabling environment towards achieving high academic and personal growth guided by a high standard of discipline for leading principled lives
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