Kumasi High School, Ashanti Region

In Ghana’s Ashanti area, Kumasi High School, often known as KUHIS, is a senior high school for boys. It was founded by S. K. Amoah in 1962. This Category A institution, which is situated in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, is consistently oversubscribed by BECE graduates during the placement and selection process, which raises the bar for admission.

In Ghana’s Ashanti area, Kumasi High School, often known as KUHIS, is a senior high school for boys. It was founded by S. K. Amoah in 1962. Together, the students are referred to as Mmerantee (Gentlemen).

KUHIS, sometimes known as Kumasi High School, is a senior high school for boys located in Ghana’s Ashanti Region. It was founded by S. K. Amoah in 1962. Mmerantee is the collective term for the students.


It is noteworthy that the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) late 2017 evaluation indicates that there are only six category A schools left in the Ashanti Region.


The educational institutions include Kumasi High School, T.I. Amass-Kumasi, Yaa Asantewaa Girls SHS, Opoku Ware School, Prempeh College, and St. Louis Girls.

Information: Address, Phone, and Location


Contact information: 


P.O. BOX 1247, Kumasi is the address.


Location: Kumasi, Ghana


Telephone Number: +233 20 672 9148


Open Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM


The History of Kumasi High School’s Different Houses



In remembrance of the people and chiefs who donated the land for the school, Kusikyi was named after the stool of Gyinyase, the town where the school is located.

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This home bears the name of Nana Osei Bonsu, the late brother of Nana Otumfuo Opoku-Ware II. It was originally intended to bear the name of the late Otumfuo, but he insisted on naming it after his adored brother Nana Osei Bonsu, and the school administration agreed.



Blessed Memorial’s Dr. Sefa Boakye made a name for himself as a respected general practitioner and scholar. He was first appointed as the board’s chairman and then as a member of the board of governors.


He obtained the land at Gyinyasi when he was in power. He was the driving force behind all the arrangements made in order to relocate the school from Kwadaso to its current location. He gave money to support the construction of the three dorm blocks located behind the cafeteria of the institution. Later on, one of the homes was dubbed “Sefa Boakye Lodge” in honour of his magnificent memory.



In honour of Mr. Kyeremateng, the founding director of the Kumasi Cultural Centre, which is now the Centre for National Culture (CNC), Kyeremateng House bears his name. He made numerous contributions to the school’s founding as well.

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