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AB REVIEW SAYS Founded on 1954 by The Association of Asante Youth Association – AYA, Asanteman (which literally means land of Asantes) School is amongst the popular schools in the region. The school is located at Bantama, close to the Suame roundabouts and shares common wall with the race course. The school has an impressive showing in the Milo sports competition. Asanteman Senior High boasts of a sophisticated computer center and the PTA and old student association support is impressive. The PTA recently built a 2 classroom block and made provision for houses for school teachers. The school is labeled a model school by GES and the government has made plans to improve its facilities. Academic wise, the school’s performance in WASSCE is creditable but can do better to uplift the school’s ratings. The school has a fairly active internet presence and the old students, survey shows, are actively networked having strong associations in the USA and Canada. STUDENTS SAY “…” There is a general consensus that teachers are committed to work. Students appreciate the good discipline level the school maintains. The environment is always neat, the aftermath of good training and prefect efficiency. Students actively take part in extracurricular activities. Popular clubs include: entertainment groups, religious unions, wildlife society, Red Cross society among others. In the early part of the 1950’s due to the limited number of Senior High Schools (then known as Secondary Schools) in the Ashanti Region, boys and girls who wanted secondary education had to travel to the coast of the countryAn association called Asante Youth Association (AYA) at its meeting at KO Methodist School in 1952 mooted the idea of establishing a Secondary School in the locality to reduce cost factors involved in seeking secondary education down south Members of AYA made up of young, energetic, bold and visionary men who at that time recognised the growing importance of secondary education and responded positively with the establishment of Asante Youth Association Day Secondary School in1954 The vision of the School is to produce knowledgeable and fulfilled boys and girls with passion for excellence academically, morally and spiritually and to be pacesetters wherever they find themselves.To provide the resources and a conducive atmosphere for effective teaching and learning to enhance the development of academic, spiritual and moral excellence
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• No. of available placements
(CSSPS): 800
• No. of applicants via CSSPS:
• No. of Teachers: 93
• No. of Trained Teachers: 75
• No. of Resident Teachers: 11
• No. of Students (SHS1):
• No. of Students (SHS2): 1195
• No. of Students (SHS3): 582
• No. of Resident Students:1666
• Teacher to Student Ratio:
• EMIS Code: 201160004


• Classrooms • Library
• Science laboratory • Computer Lab
• Home Economics Lab

1.000GHC Above
Day and Boarding

Home Economics
Visual Arts
General Arts
General Science