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These Are The Grade B Senior High Schools In Cape Coast.(Pictures).

Education in Ghana is a much important recorgnition every citizen does not hesitate to talk about. In Ghana per se a school one attended has much influence on him or her concerning ones attitude and well being in the public domain.

For so many times in Ghana history, a lot of people were seen the Central region to be the only region with the big time top schools. These arguement brings a total confusion between individuals in our country.

Though, it seems not to be a doubt when Central region is said to be containing the acclaimed top schools. Aside these schools, there are other best schools in the Central Regional's capital people actually don't know they are also doing great. These schools are categorized as Grade B schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis.


Oguaa Senior High Technical School: this is a school bearing the name of Cape Coast. It established in the year 1991. It is mixed school . Interms of Academics they have excelled very well in the metropolis and still doing great work.


Academy of Christ The King: this is also sister school to the Adisadel College. They are so because, they all schools established by the Anglican church. The school is also located in the Cape Coast South and they have excelled well in Academics.


Edinaman Senior High School: A school located in Elimina, a suburb of Cape Coast. The school is the royal school in the KEEA district. And are very good in Academics.


Efutu Senior High Technical School: this is a school also in Cape Coast and has been an active performer to the national maths and science quiz. It is a sister school of of Oguaa sech tech. And is also established in the year 1991.


Aburaman Senior High School: it is located at the Abura Asebu Kwamankesi district. They have also for sometime now been a competitive school among the Grade B schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis.

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