When we talk about Senior High Schools in Ghana and how one is better than the other, Ghanaians always talk about single-sex schools.
As is usual, the great names in senior high school reputation are included on the list not by word of mouth, but through continuous and constant hard work in final examinations. Senior high schools in Ghana are always competing with one another, from academics to the most beautiful school.
I will allow you enough time to decide which Secondary School is The Best In Ghana.
10. Mfantsipim Secondary School
Mfantsipim is an all-boys boarding high school in Cape Coast, Ghana, founded in 1876 by the Methodist Church to nurture academic, moral, and spiritual development on the then-Gold Coast.
Mfantsipim’s purpose is to retain its position as a first-rate educational institution, excelling in all fields of endeavor via the provision of a conducive atmosphere, active participation of all stakeholders, and incentive for staff and students to accomplish the best.
9. KETA SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Keta senior high technical school is a public mixed Senior High School in Dzelukope. It has a wonderfully pleasant atmosphere and is the only one of its kind in the Volta area. “Dzolali” is the school’s motto, and Eagle is the mascot.
8. ADISADEL COLLEGE
Adisadel College is also ranked sixth among Ghana’s top ten most attractive schools. It is an all-boys school known as “Adisco.” It is situated in Cape Coast, Ghana’s Central Region.
7. PREMPEH COLLEGE
Prempeh College is one of Ghana’s best Senior High Schools. It is situated in Sofoline, Kumasi, Ashanti Region. The school has an outstanding entrance that is magnificent.
It has extremely nice infrastructure. “Suban me Nimde3” is the school’s slogan. Green and yellow are the school colors.
6. ACCRA ACADEMY
Accra Academy was the first private school to establish on the Gold Coast. It is situated at Bubuashie, close to Kaneshie in Accra. It also provides a very lovely and peaceful academic atmosphere, as well as a fantastic boarding facility for students. “Esse Quam Videri” is the school’s motto.
5. ACHIMOTA SCHOOL
Achimota is a co-educational boarding school in Accra’s Achimota district. Sir Frederick Gordon Guggisberg officially launched the institution in 1927.
“Ut Omnes Unum Sint” is the school’s motto. The school is painted in black and white, and it has a very beautiful school entrance, as well as a very clean and elegant setting that speaks of history, giving extra flavor to the entire look of the school.
4. OPOKU WARE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Opoku Ware Senior High School is in the Ashanti Region of Kumasi. It is an all-boys school that was founded in 1952. It is one of Ghana’s most attractive schools, with the motto “Deux Lux Scienticie.”
3. St. Augustine College
St. Augustine’s College is a boarding school for boys in Cape Coast, Ghana. In 1930, the school opened in Amissano, a village near Elmina. The Roman Catholic establishment was founded to function as a training college and seminary. St. Augustine of Hippo was the inspiration for the school’s name. The college’s motto is Omnia Vincit Labor, which translates as “Perseverance Conquers All.”
2. PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
PRESEC-LEGON, as it is affectionately called, is one of Ghana’s best and most attractive schools. It is an all-boys school in Accra.
It was established in 1938 by the Presbyterian Church of the then-Gold Coast, now Ghana. “In Lumine Tuo Vide Limus” is the school’s motto. The color of the school is blue.
1. WESLEY GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL
Wesley Girls’ Senior High School meets all of the criteria for being the best in terms of infrastructural amenities and how well they are maintained throughout time. The school is a girls’ educational institution in Cape Coast that was formed in 1836 and is named after Methodism’s founder, John Wesley.
The school’s slogan is “Live Pure, Speak True, Do the Right Thing, and Follow the King.” They have a beautiful compound that is covered with brilliant flowers and green grass, which adds a nice touch to the school.