ST. DOMINIC SENIOR HIGH TECHNICAL SCHOOL, PEPEASE-KWAHU
P. O. BOX 26, PEPEASE KWAHU; TEL: 0208765647/0243030720; email@example.com
1. VISION STATEMENT
To train the Ghanaian youth to be able to fit in the society and to take the mantle as future leaders of the country
a. Expanding access to Secondary and Technical education within its catchment’s area.
b. Providing and improving infrastructural facilities.
c. Improving the quality of teaching and learning for effective output.
d. Making vocational and technical education more relevant to the Ghanaian youth.
e. To inculcate the youth to uplift their moral behaviour to benefit the society.
3. SCHOOL CREST AND MOTTO
Motto: Nsiyie ma Nkosoo
4. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE SCHOOL
Year of Establishment: 1991
Location : Pepease Kwahu
District : Kwahu East
St. Dominic’s Senior High Technical School is sourced from the Most Rev. Dominic Andoh, Archbishop Emeritus of the Accra Arch Diocese. The School started in 1980 as one of the then nine (9) Regional Pilot Experimental Junior Secondary Schools. This embryonic humble status of the school was initiated under the able, well-focused leadership of Rev. Fr. Joseph Glatzel of blessed memory who had earlier been decked out with enviable indelible imprints as Headmaster in the annals of St. Peter’s Secondary School, Nkwatia.
The transitional period of the Experimental JSS to St. Dominic’s Secondary Technical School, the first of its kind in the Kwahu South District took effect in the reign of Nana Ampadu Okyere II in 1991 who gave his blessing to the school on her present premises. Also, the expansion of the school would have been stifled but for the generosity of the Presbyterian Church of Pepease that released a portion of their land to the school. This is a very laudable partnership.
The school has been blessed with capable and efficient headmasters. At the J.S.S level, Rev. Fr. Joseph Glatzel (SVD) after establishing and equipping the school invited Mr. George Ofori Atta to become the first Headmaster ‘J’. He worked till 1988 when he retired. After him came Mr. C.L.K. Effah who took the J.S.S. into the transition period to the Senior Secondary School.
At the Senior Secondary Technical Level of St. Dominic’s, Mr. S. O. Amaning became the first headmaster who is best remembered for the increase in students’ population and high academic performance. When he went on transfer the void was filled by Mr. G. K. Agyare and later by Mr. D. F. Dwamena, after which Mr. Patrick Asamoah Kodua took over from 2000 to 2008 and retirement for Mr. Jacob Boafo to take-over as the present substantive headmaster of the school.
Status: The school is both boarding and day-
5. SCHOOL FACILITIES
a. Eight Classrooms
b. One Laboratory
c. One Library
ii. Non – Academic
Soccer Field, Volley Pitch, Handball Pitch
6. PROGRAMMES AND SUBJECTS OFFERED
The school runs the following programmes:
A. Home Economics
Food and Nutrition, Management in Living, Biology and Economics
Technical Drawing, Elective Maths and Building Construction/ Woodwork/ Metal Work.
General Agriculture, Chemistry, Elective Maths, Biology, Crop Husbandry and Horticulture
D. General Arts
Geography, Economics, Government, CRS, Twi and Elective, Maths
Old Students: The old students association bears the name St. Dominic’s Old Students Association. It was formed in 2003 and has contributed immensely towards the development of the school.
Parent Teacher Association: This association assist in the running of the school. They undertake projects using funds raised through the association dues and levies paid by its members. Notable projects undertaking by the association are School’s Sports field, equipping of the computer lab with computers, undertaking of a Mango plantation projects to supply fruits to students etc.
Traditional Authority: The Kwahumanhene, Nana Akuamoah Boateng II, and Nana Okyere Ampadu II, Kyidomhene of Kwahu Traditional Area and Chief of Pepease supported the establishment of the school by releasing lands for the sitting of the school by the Catholic Church. He occasionally contributes in kind and cash to the development of the school.
The District Assembly: The Kwahu East District Assembly, through the District Chief Executive, Hon. Asamoah donated roofing sheets to the school.
- 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