WULUGU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – WULUGU
As a vision, Wulugu Senior High School seeks to produce graduates imbued with the academic knowledge, moral attitudes and discipline necessary for the world of work.
The school is to provide relevant education to all Ghanaian children at all levels of education to enable them to acquire skills that will assist them develop their potentials to be productive so as to facilitate poverty reduction and to promote socio- economic growth.
- SCHOOL CREST
Below is the crest of WULSEC
MOTTO: “SCIENTIA ET PERITIA” meaning “KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS”
- BRIEF HISTORY.
Wulugu Senior High School (formerly Wulugu Senior Secondary School) commenced on the 28th January 1991 with 5 teachers and 43 students. The school started in the premises of the then L/A Middle and L/A Junior Secondary schools while more structures were being constructed for expansion.
The school is located in Wulugu in the West Mamprusi District of the Northern Region. It is a two hour drive from Tamale the Northern regional capital on the main Tamale- Bolgatanga trunk road and rather 30 minutes drive from Bolgatanga the Upper-East regional capital
Wulugu Senior High School was established to make secondary education more accessible to communities who until then had limited access to second cycle education. In playing this all-important role (providing access to secondary education) the school has imparted knowledge and skills to one thousand six hundred and seventy three (1,673) students since its establishment. The school was established as a Day school and it remain so till date.
The following persons have steered the affairs of the school to date
NAME PERIOD OF ADMINISTRATION DURATION
- Karimu Nachina 1991 – 1997 6 years
- Musah Jawula 1997 – 2000 3 years
- Bonzali Alpha Isaac 2000 – 2002 2 years
- James L Nawan 2002 – 2003 1 year
- Justice M Pedevoa 2003 – 2006 3 years
- Sule Imoro 2006 – 2009 3 years
- John Asabigi 2009 – 2010 1 year
- James S. Amassah 2010 to date
TELEPHONE : 07194466
- MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS
The school has chalked some modest successes as some of her products are well places individuals contributing their quota to the national development
2009 WASSCE RESULT ANALYSIS
SUMMARY OF SUBJECTS PASSES
|NO. OF ENTRIES||NO. ABSENT||8 SUBJECTS||7 SUBJECTS||6 SUBJECTS||5 SUBJECTS||4 SUBJECTS||3 SUBJECTS||2 SUBJECTS||1 SUBJECT||FAILURES|
Although Wulugu Senior High School has not won any major tournament, it has regularly participated in football, Volley Ball, Table Tennis, Athletics and Cross Country competitions at both the zonal and the regional levels
- INSTITUTION AND FACILITIES
- Classrooms: Classroom of a capacity of 40 students now accommodates 80 students on the average creating serious congestion.
- Classroom furniture: The furniture used is the dual desks which are designed for pupils in the basic school. Consequently the (above 15 years) students find it quite uncomfortable to use. In spite of its uncomfortability the school immediately requires 250 units of it to make up for the shortfall in furniture
- Library: The library needs furnishing and restocking with the relevant text books and reference materials
- Sporting Facilities: The school has a football pitch with a six lane athletic oval which is being encroached on and therefore requires some form of fencing. There are two volleyball pitches for both boys and girls as well.
- Laboratory: the building to house a state- of- the- art laboratory is still under construction. In the mean time a classroom with some few laboratory equipment serves as a make shift laboratory for chemistry and biology.
- PROGRAMMES AND SUBJECTS OFFERED
|Dual desks provided by PTA|
Agricultural Science: General Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Chemistry, Elective Mathematics
HOME ECONOMICS: Economics, Food And Nutrition, Biology, Management In Living
General Arts: Islamic Studies, Geography, Economics, Government
- Old students : the old student association is dormant because they have not met or engaged in any activity on behave of the school in recent years
|The School’s Administration|
- Parent Teacher Association (PTA): The school PTA is very active as they have been supporting the school to over come its numerous challenges. Notable among their supports is the provision of dual desks, accommodation for the girls and for national service personnel and a lot others
- Traditional Authorities: the traditional authorities are very supportive because they donated the land on which the school is built and actively involved in the governance of the school as it has a representation on the school’s Board of Governors.
- 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