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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.

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‘Doctor Just Confirmed My Daughter Did Not Commit Suicide’- Leticia’s Mother Reveals With Evidence

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‘Doctor Just Confirmed My Daughter Did Not Commit Suicide’- Leticia’s Mother Reveals With Evidence

A shocking development to the death of Leticia Kyere Pinamang, the 16-year old student of Miracle Senior High School in Sunyani in the Bono Region who allegedly committed suicide, has emerged.

The young girl was found hanging dead in the school’s dining hall after she allegedly killed herself and left a note that reads, “there is so much sorrow and pain in my heart”.

Some of the students who spoke to reporters said their colleague had been moody the whole day but they had no clue what was happening to her.

However, in this new video, a lady purported to be the deceased’s mother is alleging that the deceased might have been murdered and hanged to cover the crime.

She stated empathically that a doctor has confirmed to her that her late daughter did commit suicide since her tongue did not stick out when she died, in addition to the fact that she did not involuntarily pass stool and urine in the suicide process.

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Education Minister Boldly Reveals A Deep Secret About ‘Collapsing’ Free SHS

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Education Minister Boldly Reveals A Deep Secret About 'Collapsing' Free SHS

Education Minister, Yaw Osei Adutwum, has pledged President Nana Akufo-Addo’s commitment to his Free Senior High School (SHS) policy in his second term.

According to him, the president is not backing down on the policy. About a month ago, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) minority in parliament called on the Akufo-Addo government to address the challenges associated with the ‘Free SHS‘ policy. 

The Minority claims the initiative is blighted by corruption due to the centralization of funds.

In a statement titled “Looming Crisis In Senior High Schools Under the FREE SHS Programme In The Country”, the group catalogued a number of challenges that have bedevilled the policy and called on the government to decentralize the funding to make it work.

“The over-centralization of the Free SHS program at the centre has accounted for the persistent challenges in the running of Senior High Schools in the country. Before the introduction of the program in 2017, school authorities were given free hands in the management of funds in their schools.

Unfortunately, the centralization of the disbursement of funds and procurement has also led to a large scale of corruption that continues to compromise the quality and quantity of items supplied,” the Minority asserted.

But speaking to host Kwami Sefa Kayi in an exclusive interview on Peace FM’s morning show ”Kokrokoo’, Yaw Adutwum said contrary to grapevine reports that the Free SHS policy may be discontinued, the president, in his second term, is equal to the task of ensuring no student is left out of the
programme.

He stated that aside from the government absorbing all the school fees that parents and guardians of the students would have borne, it also pays all utility bills of the various schools and does much more to relieve the parent and guardians of any burden to send his or her child to school.

Yaw Osei Adutwum stated emphatically that there are no challenges nor financial difficulties with the Free SHS policy in the president’s second term.

”It’s not true that the government is short of money to enhance the free Senior High School. The government has provided us with requisite funds to continue the policy this year,” he stressed.

Source: www.KNUSTconnect.Com

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Three KNUST Students Grab Respective Portfolios At USAG Congress

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Three KNUST Students Grab Respective Portfolios At USAG Congress

Three students from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) were elected to various positions at the recently concluded University Students Association of Ghana (USAG) congress.

Mr. Frank Toko, a student at the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, has been elected General Secretary. He defeated Elikem, a well-known competitor, by 156 votes. The preliminary vote count is 258 to 102 in favor of Elikem.

This makes Mr. Frank Toko the second KNUST student in succession to win that portfolio after Mr. Joshua Opey.

Mr. Derrick Tindana has also been declared the elected Press and Information Secretary after receiving 306 votes out of 439 casts.

The Financial Controller has been comfortably secured by Frank Poku Duah by 272 votes.

Source: www.KNUSTconnect.Com

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