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President Akufo-Addo Commissions Abomosu STEM Model SHS

BY: presidency.gov.gh
President Akufo-Addo Commissions Abomosu STEM Model SHS
President Akufo-Addo Commissions Abomosu STEM Model SHS

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Saturday, October 22, 2022, commissioned the Abomosu Model Senior High School (SHS), one of nine new model schools being constructed by the government.

The School is fitted with a full complement of amenities such as playing fields, administrative buildings, twelve laboratories, libraries, and dormitories.

Additionally, the V-Block in the school has a total of 24 classrooms.

The establishment of the nine new senior high schools comprises the construction of seven new Senior High Schools and the upgrading of two existing schools into model schools.

The seven new schools are located at Kwadaso, Dabaa, Awaso, Abomosu, Akrodie, Weija and Kpasenkpe.


Seven out of the nine schools are proposed science-focused schools, with the other two being the first ever Creative Arts School, Kwadaso, in Kumasi, and a Senior High Technical School at Dabaa, named after former President J. A. Kufour.

It will be recalled that contracts for the construction of these schools were awarded in October 2019, and the sites were handed over to the contractors by the consultants a month later.

Creative Arts School

The first ever Creative Arts School in Ghana, located at Kwadaso, shall equip students for the Arts, through powerful learning experiences.

The Project has been designed to include the following 2-storey administration block; library block; auditorium/theatre (1,300 designed capacity); 4-storey 16-unit creative arts block with ancillary facilities; 4-storey 20-unit classroom block with 4 dedicated laboratory rooms; 3-storey dormitory block; 2-storey dormitory block; dining hall with kitchen; principal’s residence; 2 vice principals’ residence, 2 no. staff flats; sports area; maintenance shed; waste treatment/holding bay; access roads and paved walkways; and gatehouse.

Senior High & Technical School

This School, in honour of the former president of Ghana, J. A. Kufour, is expected to equip students for the Arts, Science and Technical disciplines through interactive experiences using state-of-the-art methods.

The School, once completed, will strive to educate students through theoretical and practical training in technical disciplines, creative production and processes for technical education, and to provide a backbone for the industry under the One District One Factory (1D1F) programme.