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BEPOSO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

TELEPHONE NO: 03220-961541 / 03220-961542

  1. VISION:

To make Beposo Senior High School an Institution of excellence to provide an expanded second cycle educational facility to the youth of Beposo and its surrounding communities to enable them to further their education and develop their skills to meet the demands of the labour market and contribute effectively to National Development

  1. MISSION STATEMENT

Beposo Senior High School is committed to establishing good relationship with all stakeholders to mobilize all the needed resources and support; using well trained and motivated staff and ICT to provide sound, clean, peaceful and conducive environment and quality learning experiences to its students to achieve excellence in their moral social and educational endeavours and to increase their chances of progressing on the educational ladder and to make them functional literate citizens capable of contributing to National Development.

  1. CREST AND MOTTO

 

 

  1. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL

The school started modestly with a population of 52 students and a teaching staff strength of 7 and non-teaching staff strength of 19 in 1991, student population increasing to 73 in 1992, then to 90 in 1993. The teaching  staff strength also increased to 10 in 1994.

In 1995, the student population came down to 85: 74 males, 11 females with teaching staff strength of 9. The school offered only agricultural programme. Enrolment took a downward trend reaching 68 in 1995 at the time the school had come under a new headmaster in the person of Mr. Stephen K. Donkor. By 1996, the school application for diversifying its programmes with the aim of attracting students with varying academic interests was approved and Vocational and General Arts were added to the Agricultural programme. However, the school could not implement the running of the additional programmes because of low student enrolment. The school enrolment went down again, reaching 45 in 1997 with teaching staff strength of 5 and non-teaching staff strength of 23.

In 1998, however, the student population picked up to 61; 44 males, 17 females with teaching staff strength of 7. The student population then went down again to 56 in 1998/99 academic year under the new Headmaster, Mr. Amaning Kwarteng. In year 2000, the school management thought it wise to introduce the cafeteria system where food is prepared for the students to buy, since the school was purely a day school with a hostel facility attached.

LOCATION  North-western corner of Beposo in the Brodekwano Circuit of the Bosomtwe District, in the Lake Bosomtwe Basin

DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT        1st September, 1991

COURSES OFFERED                    General Arts, Business and Agriculture

HEADMASTERS/HEADMISTRESSES (past and present)

  1. Mr. Oppong Kyei Mensah (B.A. hons. Pol. Sci. UG) Acting                      01/9/1990 –01/9/1991
  2. Mr. Oppong Kyei Mensah (B.A. hons. Pol. Sci. UG) Substantive              01/9/1991 – 25/2/1993
  3. Mr. Adu Poku Awiah (B.A./M.A. Dev’t Econs.) Acting                      25/2/1993 – 07/9/1994

3      Mr. Stephen Kwame Donkor   (B. Ed. Sec. UCC)                                   Substantive              07/9/1994 –  25/3/1998

  1. Mr. Amaning Kwarteng (B. A. Soc. Sci.) Substantive              25/3/1998 – 30/1/2001
  2. Mr. Osei Kwame Kwarteng (B. A. Soc. Sci. UG) Acting                       30/1/2001 – 12/11/2002
  3. Mr. Stephen Owusu Agyemang (B. Ed. Soc. Sci.UCEW) Substantive              12/11/2002 – 23/09/2006
  4. Mrs. Dora Doris Amaniampong (DDE-BAK) Acting                      23/09/2006 – /2007
  5. Mr. Kwabena Fosu-Kesson (B.A. Soc Sc. Dip. Ed., UCC)                     Substantive              2007-Date

STATUS OF SCHOOL    Boarding / Day

  1. ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS: The school’s performance at the SSSCE between 1993 – 1997 were nothing to write home about as can be seen in the following table;

SUBJECT A B2 B3 C4 C5 C6 D7 E8 F9 TOTAL NO OF CAND TOTAL NO OF PASSES TOTAL NO OF FAILU-RES % PASS

2009

% PASS

2008

% PASS

2007

CORE

ENGLISH 2 8 22 7 6 1 47 46 1 97.9 92.6 61.7
MATHS. 2 13 22 8 3 48 45 3 93.8 75 40.4
INT. SCIENCE 1 1 9 16 16 4 47 43 4 91.5 51.5 37.0
SOCIAL STUDIES 7 16 4 5 9 4 46 46 0 100 100 97.7

ELECTIVES

ACCOUNTING 2 4 9 3 2 2 22 22 0 100 100 78.5
P. OF COSTING 4 8 5 1 2 21 21 0 100 100 92.3
BUS. MGT 1 1 8 3 5 2 3 22 22 0 100 100 92.3
ECONOMICS 1 3 6 12 15 7 2 46 43 2 93.5 55.6 90.9
CRS 1 5 3 5 1 15 14 1 93.3 81 14.4
GEOGRAPHY 2 1 2 5 5 0 100 100
GOVERNMENT 9 5 6 4 4 25 25 100 97.6 47.0
TWI 6 2 6 14 14 0 100 94.5 78.5
ELECTIVE ATHS. 1 3 3 1 8 8 100 100 16.6

 

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS:  Won the quartet football tournament in 2000 in aid of developing sports in the school in general and a football field in particular

  1. BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Mr. P. I. Manu                                                  Chairman

Mr. K. Fosu-Kesson                                         Headmaster

Nana Aboagye Danso                                     PTA Chairman

Mr. Adjei Fokuo Peters    Beposo Sub-Trad. Council Representative

Mr. E. W. Hehemeku                                       Teacher’s Representative

Mr. J. K. Frimpong

Regional Director or his/her Rep.

District Director or his/her Rep.

District Chief Executive or his/her Rep

Mr Charles Dwumah                                       Secretary

  1. INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES

The following table shows the infrastructure and facilities the school has

S/N FACILITIES Type Number
2 Classroom Dwarf walled concrete building 8
3 Classroom Walled to lentil 3
5 Dormitories (Girls)

Dormitories (Boys)

Converted Tr’s. Bungalow

Converted w/shop & Library hall

2

2

6 Administration block Single floor concrete building 1
7 Library Single hall (concrete structure) 1
10 ICT centre Concrete structure 1
12 Play ground Foot ball 1
13 Play ground Volley ball pitches 1

 

  1. PROGRAMMES AND SUBJECTS OFFERED
  2. General Arts: Geography, History, Government, Economics, Twi, Christian Religious, Studies, Elective Mathematics
  3. Agriculture: Science: General Agriculture, Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, Elective Mathematics
  4. Business: Financial Accounting, Principles of Costing, Business Management, Elective Mathematics, Economics

 

  1. STAKEHOLDERS

Activities of the PTA

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the school is very active in supporting the school. The association meets at least once every term to review its activities and to chart a new course of action where necessary. It has put up a number of buildings such as ICT centre, library, dining hall and a teachers’ bungalow.

 

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