St. Augustine's College, Cape Coast
Gender - Boys
Housing status - Day & Boarding
Year of Establishment - 1930
Name of Head - Joseph Connel
About St. Augustine's College
St. Augustine’s College started at Amissano, a village near Elmina, in 1930. The Roman Catholic institution was established to serve as a training college and seminary. The school was named after St. Augustine of Hippo (354 -430). The motto of the college is Omnia Vincit Labor, meaning “Perseverance conquers all”. It is the first catholic institution in the training of male teachers. It is also the first catholic second cycle school (senior high school) to be built in Gold Coast, (now Ghana).
An outstanding Catholic College offering the highest quality of education in preparing the perfect citizen for the future.
To provide excellent Catholic education that equips students for leadership in every aspect of life and is delivered by firmly committed tutors in a superb learning environment.
Cape Coast, Central, Ghana