Prospective Senior High School students would want to attend the best senior high schools in Ghana and Parents will equally want the best for their wards hence the search of suitable schools normally done ahead of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) each year.
Academic performance at WASSCE, School’s achievement, Infrastructure, and facilities are among the important ranking factors the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) and the Ghana Education Service (GES) use to rank Senior High Schools in Ghana.
Today, we present to you the senior high schools that have defied all odds to register their names as a category ‘A’ school in the Ahafo Region.
When it comes to Senior High School education in Ghana, the Ahafo Region, formerly part of the Brong Ahafo Region, also boasts of best schools offering quality education but unfortunately, only 2 out of the numerous senior high schools in the Region are “First Class Schools”.
The arrangement of schools in our publication is in no order. We are just presenting them as they were written.
This article is meant to serve as a guide to students or parents who will look for category ‘a’ schools in the Ahafo Region for their wards.
Here are the category ‘A’ Schools In the Ahafo Region.
Ola Girls’ Senior High School, Kenyasi
Ola Girls’ Senior High School was established in 1973 by the Catholic Sisters, Our Lady of Apostles in collaboration with the late Rev James Kwadwo Owusu, and the then Omanhene of the Kenyasi No.2 Traditional Area, Nana Nsiah Ababio. However, it officially started on September 27, 1974, with 34 girls. It was until September 1976 that it was absorbed into the public school system.
Serwaa Kesse Girls Senior High School
Serwaa Kesse Girls’ Senior High School (SEKESS) is all-female second cycle institution located in Duayaw Nkwanta in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana. As of 2016, the school was headed by Doris Cobbina Bainn, who got interdicted for collecting unapproved school fees contrary to the directive of the GES. The school is known for wining twice the National Debate competition, in 2012 and 2016.