Our goal is to provide all children, regardless of their social, religious, or geographic background, with a comprehensive education. As a result, we work to help each student reach their full potential so that they can grow into capable, self-sufficient, responsible, and confident young women who are prepared to take on full responsibilities in society at large.
- To encourage the personal and social development of the individual.
- To pursue academic excellence.
- To enable each student to achieve high standards in every activity undertaken to promote moral values, tolerance and self-discipline.
- To provide a safe and well-managed environment for our students.
- To share the expertise of the school and form partnerships with others.
MOTTO & SCHOOL CREST
The following are the interpretations of the symbols found inside the luxurious blue frame.
- The torch symbolizes light, brightness, or vision.
- The sword symbolizes royalty.
- The gun symbolizes bravery.
- The book symbolizes academic excellence.
- The hen and chickens stand for motherhood.
- The motto is “LOVE AND SERVICE”
HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL
The Yaa Asantewaa Girls’ Secondary School was founded in September 1951. It was one of the several schools that Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the country’s first president, founded as part of the swiftly expanding educational initiative following Ghana’s independence.
Yaa Asantewaa, the revolutionary heroine and Queen mother of Ejisu in Ghana’s Ashanti Region, is the name of the school. Despite her diminutive stature, Yaa Asantewaa has the heart of a lion. In 1900, she was the one who led the Asante Kings in a conflict with the British colonists. Even though Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the school’s patron, did not physically win that fight, her spirit and mission will always motivate us. The school bears her name in an attempt to honor her memory forever. We all owe the Asante chiefs and landowners a debt of appreciation for their coordinated efforts and selfless sacrifices that made the land available for the project. In return, the institution has provided impartial service to the entire country, not only the Ashanti Region or the Kumasi Metropolis.
Yaa Asantewaa Senior High maintains an ongoing alliance with their boys’ school, Prempeh College called Amanadehye.
Situated on the Kumasi-Sunyani highway, the school is roughly 10 kilometres away from Kejetia, the capital of Kumasi, and between Tanoso and Abuakwa. The University College of Education – Kumasi Campus (UCEW-K) is located one or two km away, and it shares boundaries with AGRICARE Ltd. and PARAMOUNT DISTILLERIES Ltd.
The Telephone Number is 3020-50016, FAX:051-50016, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
FORMER HEADMISTRESSES AND CURRENT HEADMISTRESSES
|No.||NAME OF HEADMISTRESS||FROM||TO|
|2.||Mrs. Gloria Arye||1961||1962|
|3.||Mrs. M.M.S. Tetteh||1962||1978|
|4.||Mrs. Constance Murray||1979||1986|
|5.||Mrs. Mary Bridget Ansong||1987||2005|
|6.||Mrs. Elizabeth Malik Jabir||2005||At post|
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