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No. of Students (SHS 1): 779
No. of Students (SHS 2): 1328
No. of Students (SHS 3): 782
EMIS Code: 201210001
WAEC Code: 0050503
35 Classrooms, Science Lab, Library, Computer Lab.
¡ Qualified for Super Zonal’s, Athletic
Competition from 2009 – 2019.
¡ 1st – Independence Day Debate Competition in the Municipality – 2017.
¡ 2nd – Zonal Debate Competition held at
Nsutaman Senior High School – 2017.
¡ 1st – Independence Day Celebration March Past
¡ Qualified to play in the 2017 Milo Games at
Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
Day and Boarding
Year of Establishment:
Name of Head:
Mad. Philomina Akiyama
Amaniamong Senior High School is one of the best performing Second Cycle Institutions in Ghana.
The School was established as a Community school by the late J.C. Akosah to give access to secondary
education to the young people of Mampong-Ashanti and its environs.
To be the best school that ensures that students are provided with quality education to prepare them sufficiently for the West African Senior School
Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) and to qualify for tertiary education.
The school exists to provide a three-year
comprehensive Senior High School Education to enable students to acquire requisite skills and the knowledge that enables them to develop their potentials
and contribute towards the socio-economic development of the country. The school, therefore, ensures character training and discipline that would
produce God-fearing, patriotic, responsible, and meaningful citizens who would provide effectively
leadership in all fields of endeavor.
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.