There are many Secondary High Schools in Ghana but there are much differences in each schools according to WAEC , There are plenty nice Secondary High Schools and from these nice schools there are nicest among them and the above is the top 5 schools which are the nicest.
1 Koforidua Secondary Technical School(KSTS);
is the best technical school in Ghana. The school is located at Koforidua, the capital of Eastern Region in southern Ghana. Koforidua technical also called Sec-Tech, is a Senior High School located in Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana. As of December 2011, the school has over 2,200 students.in additional to all it has the nicest entrance among all SHS schools in Ghana.
is a Ghanaian public day senior high school for boys in the district of Accra in the Greater Accra Region. The school is currently located in Cantonments, a suburb of Accra. It was established mainly to provide education for boys of the Accra Archdiocese whose parents could not afford the high cost then of sending their male children to boarding schools. It was among five secondary schools established in 1952.
3 Christian Methodist School;
The school was established in September 1960 by the Late Rev. Gordon Quaye of blessed memory with funding from the United States-based Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The school was initially located, in rented premises, at Asylum down, near the Kwame Nkrumah Circle. Originally a private institution, it was absorbed into the public educational system in September 1965. The school moved to the present site, in Ga West , in September 2009.
4 OPSS ;
The Presbyterian Secondary School, was established in 1956 in one of the Old Basel Missionary Buildings at the foot of Kuku Hill of . The motives of establishing the school are: 1. To offer Presbyterian Day Secondary education to children in Accra 2. To have a Secondary School at Accra in compensation for lack of a boarding school at Accra. It was seriously considered that the seat of the Basel Mission and Presbyterianism needed a higher school. The church and some individual educationists teamed up to establish the school with Mr. Cleland as the first Headmaster of the school. In 1963, the school was absorbed into the public system under a new Headmaster Mr. McCarthy. He renovated the Old Basel Mission building into a school building accommodating two stream classrooms, library, administration office and science laboratories. The Church offered the present site (The New Site) for the school. At the moment, the school has only an eighteen (18) unit classroom block and three floor Science block which accommodates also the staff of the school. Currently, the school has benefited from the GET Fund and new classroom blocks are being put up to accommodate the many students who continue to seek academic progress here.
5 ADISCO ;
ADISCO was ranked 10th out of the top 100 best high schools in Africa by Africa Almanac in 2003, based on quality of education, student engagement, strength and activities of alumni, school profile, internet and news visibility.
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