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Akwesi Awobaa Senior High School Courses and Details. Check below Akwesi Awobaa Senior High School courses, mission, vision, location, description, and telephone.
Telephone: 024 447 7585 / 020 385 6052
District: Ejura-Sekyedumase Municipal
No. of Students (SHS 1): 57
No. of Students (SHS 2): 63
No. of Students (SHS 3): 85
Science Lab, Computer Lab.
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2018 (District Level)
Year of Establishment:
Name of Head:
Dr. George Nkrumah
Akwesi Awobaa Senior High Technical is one of the best performing Second Cycle Institutions in Ghana.
The school is the third second cycle institution in the Ejura-Sekyedumase
Municipality. The school which is located in Anyinasu, the third largest community in the Municipality
started as a community Day school in 2016 to offer easy and accessible Senior High School education
to children within the enclave of Anyinasu and surrounding communities. The school was absorbed as a government assisted the school in the year 2017.
To be a center of choice for students to acquire, demonstrate, articulate and value knowledge and skills that will support them.
To ensure that all children of secondary school going age are provided with quality education and training through effective and efficient management
of resources to make education delivery relevant to the needs of the community and the nation at large.
¡ General Arts
¡ Technical (B & C, Electricals, Woodwork)
The demand for secondary education has increased as a result of high completion rates at the Junior high School level. In response to this, several new public schools have been provided, whilst facilities in existing schools have been upgraded.
Trends in school placement from the Computer Schools Selection and Placement System (CSSPS)
indicate some disparity in the selection of schools. Students overwhelmingly choose the popular but few traditionally high-performing schools thereby leading to oversubscription of these schools.
Many schools that have significantly improved in recent years remain unknown and undersubscribed.
We believe that this anomaly is partly due to the lack of information available to students and parents.