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AB REVIEW SAYS A school which has gained its popularity in the region primarily due to its linkage with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST Senior High has over the years posted creditable results in academics and especially in sports. The school has a poor showing on the internet and must up their game in projecting the profile to the general public. The school administration should work with the PTA and encourage the old students union to gave the school a face lift in terms of facilities to befit its image as a top school. STUDENTS SAY “…” Students appreciate the morning devotions. It keeps them fresh and in tune with the spirit to get them focus on their academics. There were complains that student participation in clubs and societies is dwindling. Some students called for more moral teachings and the increase in quizzes and other educational activities. Generally students believe the school has potential to do much better than it is at the moment. Technology Secondary School now KNUST Senior High School was founded in February 1961 by the late DrR PBaffour, the then Vice-Chancellor of the University of Science and TechnologyThe aim of the founder of this institution was to provide Secondary/Technical Education for students who would eventually enter the University The School was directly under the control of University, The Vice-Chancellor appointed an Advisory Committee to manage its affairs, but its day-to-day running was in the hands of wives of some Senior Lecturers of the University The first Head of the School was Mrs Holmes (February-December 1961), followed by Mrs WMackillan (January –August 1962) This is to provide secondary and technical Education for students who would eventually enter the University The school runs courses in six programmes namely, General Arts, Home Economics, Visual Art, General Science, Business and TechnicalThrough these programmes, the school has always focused on the achievement of both academic and moral excellence

Our student, Master Samuel Antwi of 2V, was adjudged the
International (2016) winner of the Art competition under the
theme: Peace through People, organized by Sister Cities International/Grow Foundation Ghana
The school won the maiden edition of the 2016 Regional Science and Maths quiz competition
Master Gayheart Mawuena Lawoe (3S1) participated in a competition organized by eSyllabus for Africa, San Francisco, USA on
Calculus and emerged as the winner in 2016

• No. of available placements
(CSSPS): 500
• No. of applicants via CSSPS:
• No. of Teachers: 93
• No. of Trained Teachers: 75
• No. of Resident Teachers: 11
• No. of Students (SHS1): 850
• No. of Students (SHS2): 815
• No. of Students (SHS3): 612
• No. of Resident Students:
• Teacher to Student Ratio:
• EMIS Code: 201160010


• Classrooms • Library
• Science laboratory • Computer Lab

1.000GHC Above
Day and Boarding

Home Econoomics
Visual Arts
General Arts
General Science