The E-Blocks school will get the first cohort of students who will take advantage of the Free Senior High School program initiated by the government. The former President John Mahama commissions the school.
Michael Kenneth Nsowah, the Chairman of the Ghana Education Service Council, announced the program. According to him, all mentioned schools are included into the list of Senior High Schools made accessible as alternatives for Junior High School graduates to select from for their residency.
As YEN informs, the E-blocks were part of the former government’s Community Day Senior High School Project. It was initially offered in 2012 to boost the admission to SHS and to decongest obtainable SHS. According to the project, over two hundred new schools should be constructed in underserved rural communities in Ghana.
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