Three top schools make it into the finals of the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz out of 146 schools that contested.
The finals will happen in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, this was switched from Greater Accra where they usually hold the competition.
Background of top three finalists
The three schools put up impressive performances throughout the month long contest that start in October.
Four time winners, Prempeh College is still hoping they crush competition from PRESEC Legon and new entrants Keta SHTS to lift the trophy.Prempeh College representing Ashanti Region hope they will pick the trophy from Accra champions from last year, PRESEC Legon.
Meanwhile, PRESEC Legon who make three consecutive appearances in the finals since 2019 hoping that they will lift the trophy for the seventh time.
PRESEC Legon retain the trophy which they win during the 2020 NSMQ competition last year.
New discovery of the NSMQ 2021, Keta SHTS beat all odds to make am to de finals of the competition.
They set record as the first time any school from the Volta Region of Ghana make it to the finals of de National Science and Maths Quiz.
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