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Private Senior High Schools Association in Ghana elects new Officers at Annual conference in Accra

The Conference of Heads of Private Senior High Schools in Ghana CHOPSS national congress was marked successfully at Madina-Accra within the premises of Action Secondary Technical School yesterday, 26th November 2021.

The National Congress was organised to elect new executives whom are supposed to steer the affairs for CHOPSS across the four corners of Ghana for the next two years.

The Conference of Heads of Private Senior High Schools in Ghana remains a vibrant private entity in the realm of education, supporting various students in meeting the nitty gritty of education so as to achieve a tremendous height in their life expedition.

The Congress saw about one hundred and fifty, 150 private schools from all the corners in the country whose presence made the occasion a success.

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority NaSIA an agency under the Ministry of Education responsible for school inspections support, evaluation standard enforcers stormed the Congress to closely supervise the activities.

Under the watch of an unbiased Electoral Commissioner in the person of Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu, the Proprietor for St Andrews Senior High Schools Assin Fosu, Mankessim, Dunkwa-on-Offin, Sefwi Asawinso and New Edubease, the following new executives were elected and sworn in by the Chairman for the programme Mr Fred Asare of Hope College, Fetteh;

EC: Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu, Proprietor of St Andrews Senior High Schools,

1. Mr I.K Mensah, Headmaster of St Andre SHS, Kasoa as the President for CHOPSS

2. Mr John Owusu of Great Dafco, Kumasi as the Vice-President for CHOPSS

3. Mr John Dzamesi of Sonrise SHS, Ho as the General Secretary for CHOPSS

4. Mr Winston Lamptey Mills of Sammy Otoo SHS, Cape Coast as Deputy General Secretary for CHOPSS

5. Mr Anthony Tetteh Amponsah of CIBUSCO, Accra as Financial Secretary for CHOPSS

6. Mr Emmanuel Addo of Ideal College, Accra as Deputy Financial Secretary for CHOPSS

7. Mr Adu Acheampong of Komfo Anokye SHS, Kumasi as Organizer for CHOPSS

8. Mr Philip Gariba of Sefa Bonsu Royal SHS, Yeji as the Deputy Organizer for CHOPSS,

9. Mr Kyei Baffour of Ideal College, as Public Relations Officer, P.R.O for CHOPSS.

All the new executives were sworn into office as well as the Regional Executives including the Greater Accra CHOPSS by the National Chairman.

The leadership of CHOPSS further affirmed their stance to work with NaSSIA to develop private schools and also work closely with WAEC to ensure the West African Examination Council's examination is sustained since all the private schools are in full support of WAEC in their full mandate as an examination body.

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