11 schools have had their expectations of challenging at the National Championship of the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz revived after they were whipped in regional qualifiers.
Inferable from the effect of COVID-19 pandemic, the Preliminary Stage for the second time running would be held at Regional and Zonal levels to decrease the number of partaking schools that would join in camp for the fiesta.
In any case, because of the numerous number of schools in the singular zones and regions, bringing about inadequate apparatuses, top sprinters up in chose districts were welcome to guarantee those areas have the base number of three schools for every challenge.
Yaa Asantewaa Girls' SHS is the best positioned school among sprinters up in the Ashanti Region. They will join 20 different countrymen for the primary phase of the national championship.
Nsaba Presby SHS and Eguafo Abrem SHS will finish the apparatuses in the Central Region while St. Augustine's SHS, Bogoso just as Fijai SHS have additionally endured to the Preliminary Stage challenges to be held in the Western Zone (comprised of Western and Western North Regions).
Additionally, St. Francis Seminary SHS and Acherensua SHS will get an opportunity at the Prelims in the Bono-Ahafo Zone.
More prominent Accra Region and the Northern Zone have no other participants joining, since all challenges will have at least three schools.
The Preliminary Stage is planned to happen from October 26 to November 5, 2021.
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