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Achimota School is 90 in 2017

Achimota School 90th Anniversary: YEAR ROUND CELEBRATIONS

The chosen theme to commemorate this year-long event is “Black, White and Heart … That All May Be One”

To mark the significant milestone in this remarkable journey The Board, Management, Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff past and present, Akoras, Parents and current students, friends of Achimota … and indeed the entire nation will celebrate throughout 2017 with various activities.

These activities range from monthly symposia designed to share Achimotan thoughts on various aspect of our national discourse guided by the theme of the celebration … to several fun and nostalgic activities that will serve as platforms to re-unite long-lost peers, friends and family.

Living Waters Sponsored Health Walk Saturday, January 14, 2017 06:00 to 17:00 Achimota School 
The “Living Waters” Sponsored Health Walk is the kick of activity for Achimota 90th. The walk will commence from the Ad Block down to the Police Station, then left to the Dimples Junction/Roundabout, then LEFT down to Fiesta Royal Hotel and back via the same route. The walk will terminate at the OAA Secretariat / Staff Club House for refreshments.

Achimota Speaks - One Thursday, January 26, 2017 17:00 19:00 College of Physcians 
Pacesetters demonstrate thought leadership on complex issues from local to global. Monthly Symposia dubbed “Achimota Speaks” will include a series of various topical areas drawn from the Anniversary Theme – “Black, White and Heart … That All May Be One”

90th Anniversary Thanksgiving Service Sunday, January 29, 2017 09:30 to 12:30 Achimota School | Aggrey Chapel 
Akoras are thankful for 90 years of sustained excellence in generating living waters for a thirsty land. Come join the Akora nation in a thanks giving service.

Founder's Day Fri, Mar 3, 2017 15:00 Sun, Mar 5, 2017 17:00 Achimota School | Admin Court 
This milestone Founder's day celebration will be hosted by the OAA '92 year group and will feature staples like:

Torch Light Procession and Bonfire Night ( Hosted by OAA ‘92)
Cadet Parade (Hosted by OAA’66/67)
Founder’s Day Durbar and Thanksgiving Service

Akora Global Homecoming: Fri, Jun 30, 2017 08:00 Sun, Jul 2, 2017 17:00
A Homecoming Event in July will give Akoras the opportunity for a nostalgic trip back to the Grey City, while re-connecting with Friends, Classmates, Family, Seniors, Juniors, Ex-Boyfriends, Ex-Girlfriends and Crushes...and oh... also those once-upon-a-time feared bullies as well as well-remembered and loved schoolmates.

There will also be several fund-raising activities with the objective of raising a minimum of $1,000,000 (or the Ghana Cedi equivalent) seed money towards a wall to fence off the School and protect her from encroachment as well as other “legacy projects” our Alma Mater is in dire need of.

The commitment to remain the “Head of All the Host” requires significant financial support and Akoras Pre-historic, Ancient, Modern and Digital Age as well as Akora-owned companies and friends of Achimota will be counted upon to dig really deep to help support and achieve this worthy objective.

Soon For Purchase:

Achimota 90th T-shirt (LIMITED EDITION) || Available in Black and White || Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and Extra Extra Large || 50 GHC

Achimota 90th Cloth (LIMITED EDITION) || Available in 3 yards, 6 yards and 12 Yards. Available Soon.

News Source : OAA
Last updated at : 13 December,2016
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Jones O Kumi
Saturday, 22nd April,2017 8:12pm
Can you give me a little more detail about what is planned for "the homecoming in July"? Also when will the closing ceremony/ball be? I am outside the country so need the information to make my travel plans. Thank you Akora Dr. Jones O. Kumi(62 year group)  
Sunday 7th April 2019 at 1400GMT at the Aggrey Chapel, Achimota School
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