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Top Mixed SHS At the Moment

Senior Secondary schools in Ghana are consistently in steady rivalry with each other going from Academics down to even the most delightful school uniform. This solid rivalry has given a few understudies the inspiration and mental fortitude to go all the away to do glorious things for their schools. Each school, when given the stage, needs to flaunt their accomplishments and records in the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (Wassce) and furthermore their exhibition during the National Science and Math Quiz. Indeed, even on the field, schools actually talk about the quantity of decorations they have won during the bury universities rivalry.

As per the Ghana Education Service arrangement most blended school end up in the class B,C and D yet some stuck out. It's intense, yet I present to you the Top 10 Mixed schools in Ghana. This rundown is in no specific request:

1. Achimota Senior High school:

Achimota school, officially known as Prince of Wales College and School, is extraordinary compared to other senior secondary schools in the country. Situated at Achimota in Accra, this school has been driving school as far as Mixed school instruction. Motown, as nicknamed, was set up in 1924 by Sir Gordon Guggisberg. This school is the solitary blended school in the nation to at any point won the esteemed National Math and Science Quiz. They offer General Science, Agriculture Science, Home Economics. Visual Art, and General expressions.

2. Ghana Senior High School:

Ghana Senior high, the Koforidua based school, likewise stands tall among its friends. The school's aphorism is Pro Patria, This proverb is to ingrain energy in all that goes through this school. They offer General Science, Agriculture Science, Business, Home Economics, Visual Art, and General expressions.

3. Koforidua Senior High School:

Otherwise called Mmerima Mma signifying "Child of Men", is situated at Koforidua in the Eastern Region. They offer 4 courses, that is General Science, Technical, Visual Art, and General expressions. This school is a Category A school and furthermore notable for their moving moves.

4. Mawuli Senior High/Technical school:

Established in 1950 by the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. This school has additionally been a marvel with regards to blended school training. Situated in the capital of the Volta district and offers every one of the seven courses

5. Ghana National College:

Set up on 20 July 1948, the school was established by Ghana's first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah utilizing his asset. The school situated in Cape Coast has created eminent individuals like Nana Aba Anamoah, Abeiku Santana, and so on

6. Sekondi College:

Situated in Sekondi Western Region. Secko as it well is known likewise hangs out regarding blended school instruction. This school offers 6 courses, these courses are General Science, Agriculture Science, Business, Home Economics, Visual Art, and General expressions.

7. Keta Senior High School:

Situated in Dzelukope a town in the Keta, Volta district, prominently known as Ketasco is additionally perhaps the greatest school in Ghana. The school's proverb Dzolali consistently made all the difference for the understudy. The bird in the school peak consistently reminds the understudy to continue to go with all strength like the hawk.

8. Aggery Memorial A.M.E Zion Senior High School:

This school has additionally separated itself as far as giving premium instruction in the country. Situated in Cape Coast, the school gives instruction in General Science, Business, General Art, Agricultural science, and Visual workmanship and Home Economics.

9. Sunyani Senior High School:

Situated in Sunyani the capital of the Brong Ahafo locale. This school has additionally been a pioneer as far as giving legitimate instruction around there. Set up on 30th January 1958 by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. This school gives train

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