BREMAN ASIKUMA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
1. MISSION STATEMENT
The School, an accredited body under G. E. S., seeks to promote quality education for all manner of students in an enabling environment through collaborative effort by all stakeholders to provide quality human resource base for entry into tertiary institutions or the job market. The School cherishes teamwork, honesty, perseverance, dedication and time consciousness. These tenets it is hoped can produce all-round students for Ghana and the world.
i. Ensuring that the qualified and interested JHS leaver gets access and continues his/her SHS education in our school.
ii. Making all efforts to motivate and maintain teachers to ensure provision of quality education for our students.
iii. Ensuring effective use of contact hours through proper monitoring and supervision of regularity and punctuality of staff.
iv. Ensuring that our students are well developed to be able to function well in all spheres of life; spiritually, physically and mentally.
3. MOTTO: DZIN PA YE SEN AHONYA
4. BRIEF HISTORY
Breman Asikuma Senior High School was established in October 1964 jointly by the Methodist Church Ghana, Breman Asikuma society and the Breman Traditional Council led by Very Rev. Felix Mensah Akyea the Superintendent Minister and Nana Amoakwa Buadu VI the Omanhen of the Council respectively.
The school started in the premises of the old Methodist Primary School at Eniehu street in Breman Asikuma, in the Central Region.
The school started with sixty (60) students, six (6) tutors and two (2) non-teaching staff. The programmes were General Arts and General Science.
Mr. Ernest K. A. Odoom was the Pioneer Headmaster. Salaries of teachers were paid by the traditional council through the ‘kilo, kilo’ deduction from the sale of cocoa by farmers. This was initiated by Mr. Robert Essuman who was then the chief farmer.
Other individuals who helped with the development of the school were
Messrs Isaac K. Botchwey and T. B. Okwan, Mr. Albert Y. Asane, Miss Efuwa Ephirim were Boys’ and Girls’ prefects respectively.
The school was absorbed by government in 1965. Students outside Asikuma were housed in three rented premises used as hostels, one for girls and the remaining two for boys.
On 13th October, 1966 the Traditional Council presented a Morris Truck with registration
No CR 955 to the school. Opanyin Kofi Tawiah, Ebusuapanyin of Turom Nsona Royal Family of Breman Asikuma released land to the state for the permanent site for the school. The school is on Ajumako – Oda road.
The school moved to its present site for classes and administrative duties on 5th May, 1973. Female boarders also moved to the site on 5th October, 1975. The last group to move from town to the present site was the male boarders, this group came on 20th July 1989.
The first Speech and Prize-Giving Day was held on 5th July, 1975 with Mr. A. K. A. Tinkorang, Director, Budget and Planning, Ghana Teaching Service as the Guest Speaker.
The under listed persons have piloted the affairs of the school since its inception.
a. Mr. Ernest K. A. Odoom (Pioner) 1964 – 1965
b. Mr. J. I. T. Hagan 1965 – 1966
c. Mr. S. Duncan-Williams (Ag) 1966 – 1967
d. Mr. S. O. Commey 1967 – 1976
e. Mr. J. K. F. Essiamah 1976 – 1982
f. Mr. J. G. Egyir-Croffet (Ag) 1982 – 1983
g. Mr. Leslie M. K. Aidoo 1983 – 1995
h. Mr. Kobina Esia-Donkoh 1995 – 2002
i. Miss Comfort E. Akomaning 2002 – Date
5. PROGRAMME AND SUBJECTS
General Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Elective Mathematics
Home Economics: Foods & Nutrition, Clothing & Textiles, General Knowledge In Art, Management In Living, Biology
Business (Accounting): Business Management, Cost Accounting, Economics, Elective Mathematics
General Arts: French, Fante, Twi, Geography, Government, History, Literature In English, Economics, Christian Religious Studies, Elective Mathematics
6. CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
GHAMSU, WRITERS’ CLUB, CATHSU, NUPSG, MASS CHOIR, PENSA GOSPEL DYNAMIC, MOSLEM UNION CIVIC CLUB, DRAMA CLUB, VESSELS OF HONOUR, DEBATING CLUB, SCIENCE CLUB, GEOGRAPHY SOCIETY ANGELIC VOICES, CULTURAL GROUP, GNAAS, SPORTS CLUB
7. SCHOOL INFRUSTRACTURE
Boys’ Dorm – 1 3- Storey
Girls’ Dorm – 2 2 story, 1 storey
1 Science Resource Centre
3 Room Home Economics/Art Class
1 Dining Hall Complex, used for assemblies as well.
10 Staff Bungalows
- Monday Open all day
- Tuesday Open all day
- Wednesday Open all day
- Thursday Open all day
- Friday Open all day
- Saturday Open all day
- Sunday Open all day