VISSION:

in order to guarantee that both human and material resources are handled carefully and utilised effectively for the purpose of achieving academic excellence and improving the quality of human resource development.

MISSION:

To collaborate with all relevant parties in order to assemble the necessary resources for the creation of an atmosphere that is optimal for the delivery of high-quality instruction, which, in turn, will lead to scholastic success and the overall maturation of the student.

 

 BRIEF HISTORY OF INSTITUTION:

In 1953, the institution first opened its doors as a boarding school for middle school students.

The school first opened its doors in 1953 as a middle boarding for boys, and the year 1952 marked the beginning of construction on the buildings that would make up the school. Mr. S.K. Meno was the builder who was responsible for carrying out the construction.

The first forty-six students were accepted into the school, and Mr. Allotey, who was later joined by Mr. Alienda Amoak, served as the school’s first head teacher. Some of the pioneer educators were people like Mr. Wood and Mr. Grant.

After some time had passed, the school was converted into a mixed middle boarding, and one of the first pioneering female pupils, Ms. Azuilie Lydia Akanpodiipo, went on to become the first Member of Parliament for the Builsa seat in 1969.

Up until 1979, when it was converted into an experimental junior high school, the institution continued to function as a middle school boarding school. Mr. Rapheal A. Adiita served as the Headmaster of the Junior High School while I was there.

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In 1994, the Ghana Education Service rechristened the school as a Senior Secondary school. At the time, it had been known as Senior Secondary school. Mr. Ndamba Yakubu was the first Headmaster of the school.

On the 31st of January, 1994, the school was launched with a student population of one hundred and six kids. There were forty-six girls and sixty-four boys in attendance, and the staff strength was comprised of four teachers. The school initially offered General Arts and Home Economics as its two distinct academic tracks for students to choose from. The General Science course and the Agricultural Science programme were both launched in 2007, following the success of the Business curriculum, which debuted in 2003.

The institution first served the local community as a day school, but in 2006 it was converted into a residential school. In addition to that, it is recognised as the model school for the Builsa District.

Along the main road that runs between Sandema and Fumbisi, the school may be found four kilometres to the south of Sandema.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS:

YEAR NO. OF CANDID-ATES NO. OF STU. PASSED NO. OF STU. FAILED BEST AGGREGATE NO. OF STU. QUA. IN TERTIARY INSTITUTION
2009 212 100% NIL 10 72
2008 160 100% NIL 14 52
2007 243 98.7% 2 20 6
2006 165 98.8% 2 15 15
2005 137 100% NIL 19 5
2004 167 100% NIL 16 4
2003 128 92.97% 9 21 4
2002 114   27 20 1
2001 83 57% 38 24
2000 54   48 23  
1999 64   9 26 1
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QUIZ

2007: ZONALS LEVEL: Sandema S.H.S 1st

SUPER ZONALS:  Sandema S.H.S 3rd

INTER SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES ATHLETICS AND GAMES

YEAR DISCIPLINE BOYS POSITION GIRLS POSITION
2009 Handball 

Soccer

Athletics

Cross Country

1st 

4th

4th

4th

1st 

2nd

2nd

2nd

2007 Handball 

Soccer

Athletics

Cross Country

1st 

3rd

2nd

2nd

1st 

2nd

2nd

2nd

 Science Block

SCHOOL FACILITIES:

*    Classrooms – 25

*    Laboritories – 3 (Physics), Chemistry & Biology

*    Library – 1

*    Administration block

*    Computer Centre

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