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Most second cycle institutions are gender mixed with a few being single sexed. In this article, we are going to take a glance at the best 5 performing all female second cycle institutions in the Central and Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Let get started folks.
5 ST ANNS GIRLS' SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL:
It is located at "Kawokudi" in Accra.
4 "MFANTSIMAN" GIRLS' SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL:
3 ACCRA GIRLS' SENOR HIGH SCHOOL:
It is located in Accra too as the name says it all.
2 HOLY CHILD SCHOOL:
They were ranked 10th in Africa in 2003 and also produced the best and second best student for the 2017 Wassce sitting. It is situated at Cape Coast.
1 WESLEY GIRLS' SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL:
It is located in Cape Coast. The school is among the oldest in Cape Coast founded by John Wesley in 1836. For many years, the school has been producing God-fearing and self-confident individuals. They are rated the best due to their annual excellence in the Wassce sittings.
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