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Anglican Senior High School, Kumasi Courses and Details. Check below Anglican Senior High School courses, mission, vision, location, achievement, and telephone.
Telephone: 024 948 9496
Location: Asem – Kumasi
District: Kumasi Metropolitan
No. of Students (SHS 1): 1378
No. of Students (SHS 2): 1812
No. of Students (SHS 3): 970
EMIS Code: 201160011
WAEC Code: 0050107
54 Classrooms, 3 Science Labs, Library, 3 Computer
Labs, 8 Dormitories, Assembly Hall, Dining Hall, Staff
¡ In the 2016 WASSCE, 11 students had A1s in all 8 subjects.
¡ 20 students had A1s in 7 subjects and 17 students had A1s in 6 subjects.
¡ Courage Kpodo emerged as The Best Visual Arts Student in Ghana and West Africa – 2011
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Anglican Senior High School, Kumasi is one of the best performing second cycle institutions in Ghana.
The school was founded in 1973 by Anglican missionaries. It is situated at Asem, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
It is popularly known by the acronym KASS. Both present and past students are known as DISCIPLES which refers to an excellent scholar who also exhibits
excellent moral characteristics imbued with strong determination to achieve success and dignity through hard work and honesty. This is expressed in
the school’s motto: UNITY, TRUTH, AND SERVICE.
To be a center of academic excellence through discipline and effective character molding.
To ensure compliance with school rules and regulations by students and the provision of relevant
inputs that will enhance teaching and learning to attain the vision of the school.
• General Science
• General Arts
• Home Economics
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.