Ghana Secondary Schools with the most Beautifully Designed Uniforms

Ghana has over 470 senior high schools, spread across the 10 regions in the country. For years, each region has boasted of which school has the most brilliant students, best school spirit, most beautiful compounds and even the most involved alumni.

These are the high schools (that we think) have the best school uniforms. Starting with the third-place participants in this year’s’ National Science and Math Quiz, the Adisadel College’s crisp Black and White striped uniforms is a top design.

Adisadel College

Ahantaman Girls’ Secondary School

A look at Ahantaman’s uniform is really great and of course makes the cut of secondary schools with some really nice uniforms. Their black and white is really a centre of attention when the ladies adorn it.

Ghana National College

While this is not typically their uniform, National’s ‘House’ wear is colorful pretty design.

Wesley Girls SHS

Also another favorite, this elite girls high school also has a very charming school uniform. The yellow and green with the little green tie is such a classic design.

St. Mary’s Girls SHS

‘Merries’ as they are popularly known, their blue and white striped uniform is easily recognizable anywhere.

St. Mary’s Boys SHS

Just like their girls who can be found in Accra, the boys school located in Takoradi also do have some really beautifully designed uniforms as well.

St. Roses Girls’ Senior High School

The list wouldn’t be complete without the St. Roses ladies.

Ghana Secondary Schools with the Most Beautiful Females

When it comes to beauty, we are made to understand that beautiful lies in the eyes of the beholder but I do believe you will agree with me that true beauty lies in the eyes of all.

A look of Ghana secondary schools with the most beautiful females is what’s on the agenda for today. Which school do you think tops the list?

 

1. Fijai Secondary School

A school which can be found in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis is the first school on our list. Fijai girls are among the most beautiful females you can find in the country with lots and lots of beautiful faces.

2. Aburi Senior High School

It’s one school very well noted for academics but on a more serious note, don’t get things twisted when it comes to beauty. They can be best be described as beauty with brains.

3. Shama Secondary School

I sometimes wonder whether the computerized system is very much interested in the beauty of the girls before placing them in the school. They girls there aren’t bad at all and of course they add more colour to the school.

4. Takoradi Secondary School(Tadisco)

Another school with really beautiful girls is Tadisco. Aside been the only school in the Western Region which really went far in the National Science and Maths Quiz, they have lots of really beautiful females as well. Therefore you finding Tadisco on the list of schools with most beautiful ladies shouldn’t come as a surprise at all.

5. Holy Child Senior High School

A list focusing on secondary schools with most beautiful females wouldn’t of course be complete without Holy Child Senior High.

Atomic Junction Gas Explosion: 25 Cars burnt, 3 Confirmed dead with 35 Injuries

More than twenty-five (25) vehicles have been burnt beyond repairs as a result of the gas explosion which occurred at Madina Atomic Junction roundabout area of Legon, in northeast Accra, at about 7:30pm on Saturday night.

Personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service disclosed that most of the vehicles are taxis considering the proximity of the scene of the fire incident to a taxi station within the area.

According to officials, owners of the some of the vehicles abandoned them at the mercy of the fire and fled for the lives at the heat of the explosion.

It is gathered that a tanker caught fire at the gas-filling station while discharging triggering two explosions which killed 3 unknown persons, while an official disclosed that 35 persons have been left with various burn injuries.

“Unfortunately, there are some fatalities and we are working to have the numbers,” Deputy Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah told a local radio station. “There are quite a number also injured.”

The explosion began at a state-owned GOIL liquefied natural gas station and spread to a Total petrol station across the street, sending a giant fireball high into the night sky and forcing frightened residents including students of PRESEC to flee.

Ranking: The best Secondary schools from Ghana’s 10 Regions

Key among the indicators used by AB Review were the number of students with pass marks from A1 to C6, as well as the best average percentile of students compared to the number registered for the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in the last five years.

1. Greater Accra – Presbyterian Boys Senior High School 


The school comfortable edged all contenders in the capital after averaging  an 82.22% pass rate, with St. Mary’s, Achimota Secondary School and Accra Academy all lagging behind.


2. Ashanti Region – Opoku Ware Senior High School

They emerged as the best school in the Ashanti Region after surprisingly beating off competition from neighbours Prempeh College. Opoku Ware averaged a 92.52% pass rate.


3. Eastern Region – St. Peter’s Senior High School 

They made light work of Saint Roses Senior High, Pope John Senior High and Koforidua Secondary Technical to emerge as the best school in the Eastern Region with an average pass rate of  87.45%.


4. Volta Region – Bishop Herman Senior High School

The likes of Mawuli Senior High, Ola Girls and Keta Senior High were all left lagging, with Bishop Herman stealing a match to the crown with an average pass rate of 65.02.

5. Western Region – Archbishop Porter Girls’ Senior High School 


The girls school has dominated the region for sometime now, and their average pass rate of 79.04% kept that status intact.


6. Central Region – Wesley Girls’ Senior High School

They have been the best in the Region for quite a long time now, having seen their students produce some of the best grades across the country. Their average pass rate of 90% sees them stand out in the Region.


7. Brong-Ahafo Region – James Seminary Senior High School 


The school emerged the best in Ghana with an average pass rate of 99.22%, making their standing as the best in the Region a mere formality.


8. Northern Region – Ghana Senior High 


The school just managed to top in the Region after garnering an average pass rate of 68.38%.

9. Upper East Region – Notre Dame  Seminary Senior High School

With an average pass rate of 81.29, the school is ranked as the best in the Region.

10. Upper West Region – St. Francis Xavier Jnr Seminary 

They topped the Region with an impressive pass rate of 94.19, making them the second best in the country.

Over 36,000 Students who Failed BECE Papers to Resit

The Ghana Education Service (GES) says all BECE candidates who failed their Maths and Science papers will have to resit their papers before getting placement into the senior high school.

So far, a little over 36,000 candidates have failed their papers with thousand others who passed with good to average grades having issues getting placement. “Students who did resits are part of the students going to school this year. If you don’t get in you have an opportunity to resit and be part of the students placed next year” Deputy education minister, Yaw Osei Adutwum has revealed.

Checks indicate that most BECE candidates are either not getting the schools of their choice or not being placed at all despite scoring good or average grades in the just ended BECE.

It is against this backdrop that the Ghana Education Service (GES) has launched what it terms to be a new and efficient CSSPS website which will solely take care of all the placements of candidates.

All candidates are to log on to www.cssps.gov.gh for their placement by first imputing their index numbers and other relevant information.

Funny Face Can’t go Beyond 2 minutes – Ex-wife Opens Up

The ex-wife of comedian Funny Face has revealed that their marriage hit the rocks because her former husband lacked stamina in bed.

Elizabeth Adjoa Ntim told FN news that although she advised the actor to deal with the sexual problem, he ignored her.

“I am a beautiful and naturally endowed but unfortunately, Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng could not satisfy me sexually.

“My ex-husband is suffering from early ejaculation and I had cautioned on several occasions but he wouldn’t listen to me,” she said.

Her claim comes on the back of allegations by Funny Face that she cheated on him with as much as 36 men while they still remained a couple.

Funny Face and Adjoa’s marriage lasted for two years spanning from December 2014 to 2016.

My wife has delivered twins in New York City – Mmebusem

Ghanaian actor, Justice Hymns, aka Mmebusem, has said that his wife has given birth to twins in the US.

YEN.com.gh can report that Mmebusem made the remarks in a video he shared on social media. The actor said his wife, Abena Boatema, delivered twins – a boy and a girl – at a hospital in New York.

“Right now, by God’s grace, she (Abena) has given birth in New York City… I’m happy to announce to you that she has given birth to twins; one girl and one boy. “By God’s grace, I’m praying that she arrives in Ghana, and when she comes – it won’t be long – you will see pictures, and I’ll also drop my music to thank my wife,” he said in the video.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams Recounts Horrific Incident Leading to the loss of his Fingers

Archbishop Nicolas Duncan Williams has finally recounted the true events leading to the loss of some of his fingers after many people had made their own speculations about the incident in the past.

Speaking in an interview with ace broadcaster Bola Ray on Starr Chat, the Man of God indicated that he lost his finger in somewhat horrific circumstances. In recounting the incident, Archbishop Nicolas Duncan Williams revealed that he had a ‘rough’ time growing up. He said his quest to be successful at an early age in his life forced him to visit many shrines.

He indicated that he used to hear a lot of voices which he believed were a contention of the forces of ‘light and darkness’. He said that on that fateful night on which he lost his fingers, he heard some voices in his head. He continued to say that the voices instructed him to light a candle and hold his fingers in the flame.

The Man of God said that he obliged to the voice of the spirit thinking it was one of the sacrifices required to see him become successful. When his fingers turned into ashes and the pain became unbearable, he screamed out alerting his siblings who rushed to the scene and took him to the hospital for medical assistance.

He was on admission at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for months after the ‘ordeal’. The action led to the loss of his fingers. He indicated that he had a change of heart and received an encounter with God on his hospital bed in hospital.

September 1 Declared Public Holiday

The minister for interior has declared Friday, September 1 a statutory public holiday as Muslims across the world celebrate the Eid-ul Adha feast.

This celebration is expected to see thousands of Muslims converge on the Independence Square to pray and thank Allah for the chance to feast and make merry with family and friends.

It comes on the backdrop of the Hajj pilgrimage which has seen hundreds of Ghanaian pilgrims flown to Mecca for the one in a lifetime spiritual experience.

So far, government has described this years pilgrimage as a general success despite technical hitches with the planes which saw some at the Tamale Airport stranded and soaked in the rains. Meanwhile, all Ghanaians are being entreated by government to observe the day as a public holiday in order to bring out the beauty of the celebrations.

Houseboy Bolts with Master’s GH¢600,000 and Police can’t Find Him

Police in the Eastern region are on a manhunt for a young man who is alleged to have stolen from his ‘master’.The young man is believed to have bolted with GHc600,000 belonging to his employer.The police have offered a reward of GHc10,000 to anyone with information on the young man Law enforcement personnel in the Eastern region are on the lookout for a young man who is named Yaw Abdulai but popularly called Yaw Welle for bolting with his employers cash.

According to the police, the suspect is alleged to have broken into his employer’s room on August 8 and made away with GHc600,000 belonging to his boss. The police believe that the young man has bolted to Accra and is in a hideout with the money. A formal complaint was lodged at the police station and a warrant for his capture was issued by the Koforidua Circuit Court on August 15.

The matter is under investigation at the Criminal Investigations Department of the region who are working jointly with law enforcement agencies to get hold of Yaw Abdulai. Yaw Abdulai according to records hails from Kumawu in the Ashanti Region but was working in the Eastern region. According to Yaw Abdulai’s employer, the suspect is about 5.6 inches tall, stout, dark in complexion with bushy hair, medium eyes and ears.in giving a distinct description of the alleged thief, it was indicated that he had a tribal mark on his left cheek.

The police have placed a GHc 10,000 bounty on the suspect and are willing to give the amount to anyone who can give authentic information on the whereabouts of Yaw Welle.