St Andrews senior High School , one of the best Grade 'A' SHS in Ghana has been opened at Shama-Kumasi in the Western region to the general public for the admission of SHS 1-3 prior to the new academic calendar.
The Shama branch which was formerly known as Golden Gate SHS has become part and parcel of the cluster of schools under the St Andrews Group of Schools rendering quality educational services to Ghanaians and foreign students from UK, USA, Nigeria, Liberia, South Africa, Morocco, Namibia, Togo, Ivory Coast, to mention but few.
The Shama campus was established to boost education in the region and across the other parts of the country as it has been with the Assin Fosu, Mankessim, Dunkwa -On-Offin, Sefwi Asawinso, Teshie Tsui Bleo Accra campuses.
Ghanaians have testified to the vibrant and unique educational system St Andrews SHS runs which made the school the overall best in 2020, 2021 and beyond and the number of graduates who got admission into University of Ghana, University of Cape Coast, University of Education, Winneba, AAMUSTED, UENR, UDS, KNUST, UMAT, Colleges of Education looks quite perplexing and overwhelming.
St Andrews SHS does not run the double track system but rather the three term basis and this offer its Senior High School students the chance to cover the accumulated syllabus before the final WAEC examination.
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