Agona Senior High Technical

Gender – Mixed
Housing status – Day and Boarding
Year of Establishment – 1992

To offer Ghanaian boys and girls with the appropriate general and technical education necessary for them to gain the requisite information and skills that would allow them to develop their abilities and potentials and to be productive in order to promote the national development of Ghana.

The goal is to transform the school into a moral and academic powerhouse that instills high standards of both in its student body.

In 1991, the L/A Primary School and Junior Secondary School that comprised what is now known as Agona Senior High Technical School were consolidated into what is now known as a secondary-technical school. It is the sole Technical School in the Afigya Sekyere, Sekyere East, Sekyere Central, Ejura Sekyeredumase, and Kwabre Districts, as well as in the Mampong Municipality. This gives it a distinct advantage over other schools in the area. And despite its humble origins, it today has a student population of 1600, 74 teaching staff members, and 45 non-teaching staff members.
Fortunately, the parent-teacher association at the school is very active. It is currently in the process of constructing a three-story building that will house 18 classrooms. Work on the second floor of the building has already begun, while the first floor is being utilized.
IGF and/or SRC Levies are being used by the school administration to fund the following construction projects: a sportsfield, a two-story boys’ dormitory in addition to two annexes to the girls’ dormitory, a computer lab, a library block, and a fence wall.

See also  KNUST Senior High School, Kumasi


i. Classrooms (14)
ii. Laboratory (1) without equipment
iii. Library (1) not spacious enough

Recreational Grounds: Volleyball and Football field under construction


  • No. of Students (SHS 1): 1414
  • No. of Students (SHS 2): 1108
  • No. of Students (SHS 3):663


  • The school has seen general progress in the WASSCE since 2005.
  • The school reached the semi-final stage of the Ashanti Regional Inter-School Soccer
    Competition in 2014

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