Gender - Girls
Housing status - Day & Boarding
Year of Establishment - 1946
About Aburi Girls Senior High School
Aburi Girls Senior High School was established in 1946 but its origins and evolution can be traced to the work of the Basel Missionaries, who founded the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. The Mission took the provision of education as an integral part of its mandate and evangelistic agenda. Thus in 1852, a girls’ boarding school was opened at Aburi
with Mrs Windmann, Miss Anna Riss and Miss Rose Miller as the teachers.
Unfortunately, these had to leave when the British, colonial masters of the Gold Coast dismissed them after WWII. Upon the recommendation of the Education
Committee of the Presbyterian Church of the Gold Coast, the church took a decision in 1945, to establish Girls’ Secondary School at Aburi. The Aburi Presbyterian Girls’ Secondary School was therefore formally opened on 31st January, 1946.
NYAME NE HENE!!!
To be an academic institution of excellence for the holistic education of girls.
As a top class school, Aburi Girls SHS seeks to deliver high quality rounded Education for Girls to become transformational leaders and agents of change and development in society.
- Home Economics
- Visual Arts
- General Arts
- General Science
- No. of Students (SHS 1): 675
- No. of Students (SHS 2): 841
- No. of Students (SHS 3): 464
- 52 Classrooms
- 5 Science Labs
- 2 Computer Labs.
- Overall 3rd Best in Science SHS Category, West Africa. Prize received in The Gambia- 2017
- Overall best Business SHS CATEGORY- 2017.
- Regional best teacher, Mathematics category-2018
- Scholarships for most students to study abroad after WASSCE Every year.
- Awards for the best debating school, ‘Young Debaters club’- The Golden tongue award - 2019
- The Golden Cocoa Pod Essay award - 2019.
- National Best teacher’s Award - 2019 SHS.
Aburi, Eastern, Ghana