Gender - Girls
Housing status - Day & Boarding
Year of Establishment - 1927

About Krobo Girls Senior High School

Krobo Girls Senior High School is a Presbyterian school situated at the western part of Odumase Krobo, about one kilometre off the Odumase-Asesewa road. It started as Krobo Girls Middle School, which was founded by few female Scottish Missionaries in March 1927. Under the Accelerated Plan of the Government, a two-year Teacher Training College
for women was added to the Girls School in 1944 on an experimental basis.

The College was constituted as a Certificate ‘B’ Teacher Training for women in 1951 under the Management of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. In 1962, the Two-Year Teacher Training College changed to a Four-Year Certificate ‘A’ Teacher Training College for women. In September 1973, the Krobo Girls Middle School phased out while Krobo Training College (Presbyterian) was converted to a Girls Secondary School, under the Consolidation of Teacher Education Programme by the Ministry of Education. The school has been a Secondary School in view of the new educational reforms by the Ministry of Education since January 1990.


To be a first-class educational institution that produces first class girls with holistic education.


To deliver quality and holistic education based on the Presbyterian tradition, to prepare and equip the girl for a fuller life. Its purpose is to discipline not only the mind and body but also the spirit.


  • Business
  • Home Economics
  • Visual Arts
  • General Arts
  • General Science


  • Classrooms
  • Science Lab
  • Computer Lab


  • Category ‘A’ school, 2nd best champions in sports.
  • Regional champions NSMQ.
  • Regional Champions in Drama & Debate.

Ghana Education Service (GES)
Ministry of Education, Ghana


Odumase, Eastern, Ghana


Krobo Girls Senior High School

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