Gender: Mixed

Housing status: Day and Boarding

Telephone: 0244768811

District: Bawku Municipal

Year of Establishment; 1963

VISION

“To transform the school into an institution of disciplined students with a high level of academic performance in order to achieve the goals of education”

MISSION

“To provide relevant quality secondary education to all Ghanaians, especially the youth from the catchment area, with an emphasis on upholding the truth and good moral values of all students,” is the mission statement. “To provide relevant quality secondary education to all Ghanaians”

BRIEF HISTORY 

On October 11, 1963, the Bawku Senior High School was formally established with a student population of fifty people and three teachers. The late Dr. Agyeman Dicksion served as the school’s principal at the time. In the past, people also referred to it as the Azoka Secondary School. It was a secondary school that was founded by the Ghana Education Trust and was one of the schools that it founded.

On the main road that leads from Bawku to Bolgatanga, the school may be found in the western portion of town, approximately 5 km distant from the commercial and administrative heart of the community. It is situated on a vast parcel of land that is around 100 hectares in size and has the capacity for significant expansion.

The only option for attending the school is to board.

  1. MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS

 

SSCE

The school performed creditably during the phased-out SSCE which saw a lot of the students entering the University to pursue various courses.

WASSCE

The academic performance of the school has improved tremendously over the past few years.  The 2009 WASSCE results in which the school scored 100% passes for the first time since 1993 is an ample proof of the positive wind of change blowing over the academic fortunes of the school.

  • NATIONAL SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS QUIZ
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The school has participated in the National Science and Mathematics Quiz on two occasions in 1995 and 2007.

  1. REGIONAL GAMES, ETC

The school contributes sports boys and girls to the regional teams each year.  For example in 2009 14 sports boys and girls from this school were part of the Regional Sports contingent that participated in the Inter-Regional Sports Festival in Accra in August 2009.

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