Despite the challenges of teaching and learning during a pandemic, Alpha Beta students are celebrating their recent examination results.
Over 70 percent of their exam grades were either A or A* in IGCSE, with equally outstanding achievements in A level.
Eric Asare of Class of 2021, who has been at Alpha Beta School for 16 years, chalked four 'A's for his A levels in Physics, Chemistry, Maths and IT, all with scores in the 90s.
In 2019, Eric won the British Council Award for Best IGCSE student among its Partner Schools in Ghana with nine A grades which included 99 percent in Maths and 98 percent in Add Maths and Chemistry respectively.
Selorm Tetteh (Class of 2023) who has been at Alpha Beta for 8 years also scored 8 'A's in his IGCSE exams.
Both students are young leaders on Alpha Beta’s Adinkrahene Leadership Programme (ALP) which is a dual curriculum programme that offers the Cambridge International curriculum from Form 1 to Sixth Form alongside a special Entrepreneurial Leadership program that seeks to develop creative, ethical, resilient leaders.
The ALP curriculum ensures that students receive structured opportunities to improve their soft skills, values, personal and social development with the aim of becoming better leaders.
Through experiential, reflective and service learning approaches, students develop socio-emotional, critical thinking and leadership skills as well as Christian values, communication and self-leadership skills.
Students on the programme have excelled both in and out of the classroom at Alpha Beta, with Eric Asare’s team becoming the national champions for Ghana in the Junior Achievement Company Program competition in 2019 and going on to win 3rd place in its African competition.