Every senior high school has a category of students who are stubborn and disciplined. But below are five senior high schools with the most disciplined students.
1. Aburi girls : the school is located in the Eastern region. It is a girls school. And they are said to be one of the girls school with very good and disciplined pupils.
2. Nifa senior high : the school is also located in the Eastern part of Ghana, it is a mix school (boys and girls). They are also said to be one amongst the remaining schools with very disciplined students.
3. Akwamuman senior high : school located in the Eastern region, both boys and girls. And also one amongst the disciplined schools.
4. Mfantsiman senior high : located in the Central region of Ghana, it's a girls school. One amongst the disciplined schools.
5. Pope John's senior high : A boys school only. Along with brilliant students, they are one of the most disciplined schools with the remaining 5.
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