Worawora Senior High School Courses And Details
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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.
No. of Students (SHS 1): 255
No. of Students (SHS 2): 304
No. of Students (SHS 3): 395
EMIS Code: 215060002
WAEC Code: 0071102
Classroom Blocks, Girls Dormitory, Teachers’ Bungalow.
Satisfactory academic performances
Email: [email protected]
Housing status Day and Boarding
Year of Establishment 1969
Name of Head Damesi Michael
The school was founded in 1969 as a private institution by Nana Opoku FFreire a native of Worawora.
the government absorbed the school and named it Worawora Secondary School in 1975. The school’s motto is ‘Perseverance, integrity a, and initiative’.
To be an institution noted for the provision of quality education to all students of Worawora and beyond,
in consonance with the goals and aspirations of stakeholders and the Ghana Education Service.
To assist students to acto quire virtues of Perseverance, Integrity, and Initiative to develop into a worthy person
in society for the advancement of mankind.
List of courses offered at Worawora Senior High School
Worawora Senior High School offers major academic programs namely;
- General Arts
- Agric Science
- Home Economics
- Visual Arts