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List of 100 Best Senior High Schools In Ghana According to WAEC

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Here is a list of the top 100 SHS in Ghana: 

Enrolling your children in the best senior high schools in Ghana can make a difference in their academic journey.

Names such as Aquinas Secondary and Wesley Grammar will always ring a bell whenever top-performing institutions are mentioned.

Getting a great education is crucial to the growth of individuals and their surroundings. Therefore, it is in everyone’s interest to ensure that the youth get the best education possible.

Best senior high schools in Ghana 

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) takes into account several factors when selecting the best institution. Here are some of the factors considered in ranking the best 100 senior high schools in Ghana. Consistency.

  • Consistency
  • Exam performance in the last five years
  • Best average percentile of students who passed the exam
  • Number of students who scored A1 to C6

Here is a list of the top 100 SHS in Ghana: 

  1. Koforidua Secondary Technical School (KSTS)
  2. Ghanata Senior High School, Dodowa
  3. Accra Girls Secondary School
  4. Aquinas Secondary
  5. Christian Methodist School
  6. O’Reilly Secondary
  7. Osu Presbyterian Secondary School
  8. Labone Secondary
  9. Wesley Grammar
  10. Ghana Secondary School, Koforidua (GHANASS)
  11. Koforidua Secondary/Technical School (KSTS)
  12. Adisadel College
  13. Pope John Secondary School, Koforidua (POJOSS)
  14. Kash Money Brotherhood International School (KMBIS)
  15. Accra Girls Secondary School, Maamobi.
  16. Ningo Secondary School
  17. Osudoku Tech
  18. Accra High School, Asylum Down
  19. Achimota Secondary School
  20. Action Secondary Technical School
  21. American Curriculum International School
  22. Armed Forces Secondary Technical,
  23. Burma Camp Aquinas Secondary,
  24. Cantonments Christian Methodist School, Asylum Down
  25. Dansoman Secondary School, Dansoman
  26. Ebenezer Secondary School, Dansoman
  27. Edge Hill Senior High School, Awoshie
  28. Faith Montessori School and International College
  29. Ghana International School
  30. Holy Trinity Secondary, High Street
  31. Kaneshie Secondary Technical School, Kaneshie
  32. Kinbu Secondary Technical, Kinbu
  33. La Presbyterian Senior Secondary School, La Emmaus
  34. Labone Secondary, Labone
  35. Lincoln Community School,
  36. Accra Ghana Nungua Secondary School,
  37. Nungua Okuapenmman Secondary School,
  38. Okuapem-Akropong Nifa Secondary School, Adukrom
  39. Adukrom SecondaryTechnical School, Adukrom
  40. Nsawam Senior High School
  41. Nsawam business college
  42. Presbyterian Secondary Technical School,
  43. Aburi Aburi Girls’ Secondary School (ABUGISS)
  44. Benkum SHS
  45. Saint Martin’s Secondary School,
  46. Akosombo International School
  47. Akwamuman Senior Secondary School
  48. Akim Swedru Secondary School (AKISS)
  49. Oda Secondary School
  50. Christian Heritage Secondary Technical, Kukurantumi, Akyem
  51. Ofori Panin Secondary School, Kukurantumi, Akyem
  52. Saint Paul Technical School, Kukurantumi, Akyem
  53. Kibi Secondary Technical School, Kyebi,
  54. Akyem Osino Presbyterian Secondary Technical,
  55. Osino Nkwatia Secondary School, Nkwatia Kwahu
  56. Nkawkaw Secondary School, Nkawkaw
  57. Okuapeman SHS
  58. Ghana Secondary School, Koforidua (GHANASS)
  59. Koforidua Secondary/Technical School (KSTS)
  60. New-Juaben Secondary Commercial School (NJUASCO)
  61. Pope John Secondary School, Koforidua (POJOSS)
  62. Kash Money Brotherhood International School (KMBIS)
  63. Yilo Krobo Secondary Commercial School Koforidua Technical Institute,
  64. Koforidua good foundation ~ ASG
  65. Boso Secondary Technical School
  66. Asesewa Secondary School, Asesewa
  67. Akrofuom Secondary/Technical, Akrofuom
  68. Asare Bediako Secondary, Akrokerri
  69. Bogwesango Secondary, Bodwesango
  70. Christ the King Catholic School,
  71. Obuasi Dompoase Secondary, Dompoase
  72. New Edubiase Secondary, New Edubiase
  73. Obuasi Secondary/Technical, Obuasi
  74. T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Fomena
  75. Adu Gyamfi Secondary, Jamasi
  76. Agona Secondary/Technical, Agona
  77. Konadu Yiadom Secondary, Asaman
  78. Okomfo Anokye Secondary, Wiamoase
  79. S.D.A. Secondary, Agona
  80. Tetrem Secondary, Tetrem
  81. Ashiaman Secondary, Ashiaman
  82. Chemu Secondary, Tema
  83. Community 4 Manhean Secondary/Technical, Tema
  84. New Town Our Lady of Mercy Secondary, Lashibi
  85. Presbyterian Senior Secondary, Tema
  86. SOS Hermann Gmeiner International College
  87. Tema International College
  88. Tema Methodist Day Secondary, Tema
  89. Tema Secondary, Tema Community 5.
  90. Awudome Secondary, Tsito.
  91. EP Church Mawuko Girls Secondary, Ho
  92. Mawuli Secondary, Ho
  93. OLA Girls Secondary, Ho
  94. Saint Paul’s Secondary, Denu.
  95. Ketasco secondary.
  96. Bishop Herman Secondary.
  97. Saint Mary’s secondary.
  98. Anloga Secondary.
  99. Sogakofe Secondary.
  100. Tsito Secondary Technical.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Zoomlion Supports KNUST Students With 50 Laptops Under SONSOL Project

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Zoomlion supports KNUST students with 50 laptops under SONSOL project

Over 593 brilliant and needy students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have received laptops to support their education. The project dubbed; ‘Support One Needy Student with One Laptop’ (SONSOL), solicits the support of all stakeholders to provide one laptop to such students.

The laptops, valued at GH¢2.96 million, were donated by corporate organisations, alumni of the university and some distinguished personalities. The beneficiaries were selected from over 4,375 applicants.

For freshers, their WASSCE aggregates were not to exceed 18 and for continuing students, they should have attained a CWA of at least 55.00.In addition, all students who were already benefiting from any scholarship or bursary above GH¢2,000 were not eligible for the award.

The Vice-Chancellor of KNUST, Prof Rita Akosua Dickson, in a brief remark, said, “When we published the call for students to apply to be considered for the laptops, we had an overwhelming number and we only have a limited number of laptops to give out,” she noted.“

Considering the number of laptops we have received and the number of students needing genuine help after the stringent, water-tight screening, we can only appeal for more laptops even beyond today’s ceremony,” she added.

Presenting the 50 laptops to the university, the Director for Communications & Corporate Affairs of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, Mrs Emma Akyea-Boakye, in her solidarity message, said this innovation by the university was in line with the company’s mission of improving the lives of the people and their environment.

She was of the view that the laptops will go a long way to assist the students in their research studies, adding that “we are not in normal times and the Covid-19 has turned things to a virtual system.”

She reiterated that Jospong Group and Zoomlion will continue to support the university. Other representatives from Zoomlion were the Corporate Affairs Manager (Zoomlion), Mr. Daniel Ohene Obeng, and General Manager of Ashanti East (Zoomlion Ghana Limited), Mr. Franklin Ofori Akuffo.

Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries, Henrietta Agyei-Yeboah thanked donors and promised the laptops “will be put to good use to achieve the main aim behind the initiative.”Companies that supported the initiative included Stanbic Bank, ABSA Bank, CBG, SIC, Vodafone Ghana, Stanbic Bank, ABSA Bank, and Tobinco Group of Companies

Others were Multinec Enterprise, Standard Chartered, Director of Urban Roads, Kumasi, Lawyer Agyei Baffour, Andysarp Furniture and Ing. Nana Poku Agyemang.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Double-Track System Can Be Mentained In Some Senior High Schools – GES

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The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof Kwasi Amankwah says government must reconsider a continuation of the double-track system in some Senior High Schools (SHS).

This follows the suspension of the double-track system employed across the country after the reopening of schools for the 2020/21 academic year.

The green and gold double-track system was introduced by government to enable various senior high schools to take in more students due to infrastructural deficit in the various schools.

But announcing the reopening of schools in the country in an address to the nation, President Akufo-Addo explained that his government has been able to embark on infrastructural development in the various senior high schools (SHS), hence the decision to halt the exercise.

However, speaking in an interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen after the release of the 2020/2021 SHS placement, Prof Amankwah said there must be a reintroduction in at least the country’s 50 top schools.

He stressed some of these schools are still over-subscribed which means a team of these students would be out of school for the academic year in view.

Prof Amankwah mentioned Wesley Girls, Achimota, Aggrey Memorial, Prempeh College, and St Roses among others, adding that most of these schools still have a lot of outstanding qualified students.

“I sometimes wonder if we cannot relook at our double-track system though we have been able to expand certain facilities.

“We could have divided the numbers we are getting this year if that was still in place. So if we can agree to continue in at least our top 50 schools, it would have increased enrollment for our own good,” he explained.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Education Service has published the 2020 Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) into Senior High Schools and Technical and Vocational Education and Training Schools (TVETS).

In a statement issued by the Service, out of the total number of 533,693 registered candidates, 494,530 candidates qualified to be placed.

Whilst 343, 264 of the candidates were automatically placed in one of their choice of school, 151,266 qualified candidates could not be matched with any of their choices.

The Service has therefore instructed such students “to do self-placement to select from available schools.”

For the 151,266 qualified candidates who could not be matched with any of their selected schools, GHS noted that they will be redirected to the Self-Placement Portal where they will be asked to answer some questions.

“Management of Ghana Education Services wishes to assure all students, especially, those who could not be matched with their choices during the automatic placement, parents and the general public that all schools with vacancies have been uploaded on the portal for students to select from during self-placement without hitches,” the statement added.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Photo: JHS 3 Student Pays Macho Men To Beat Up A ‘Stubborn’ Teacher

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A JHS 3 student of Kroma 2 JHS at Nungua, a suburb of Accra in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, together with his gang has attacked a teacher for punishing him over his failure to do his homework.

Starr News reports that after he was disciplined, the pupil fled home, picked up a gang in a Sprinter Bus and stormed the school, leaving the teacher with a facial injury. 
The teacher was saved by his fellow teachers and was sent to LEKMA Hospital to collect and release his wounds later on.

Teacher Beaten By Gang Of student Over Homework

After the attack, the mother of the student also besieged the school and rained insults on the teacher identified as Mr. Moses Onyameasem who was already in hospital receiving treatment for his wounds.

The development has led to the closure of the school and some other schools in the area until further notice.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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