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Achimota School was initially built as Prince of Wales College, the first co-educational institution in the Gold Coast by the then Governor Brigadier-General Frederick Gordon Guggisberg in 1924. . More...
 
Achievements
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Houses
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Facilities
The Aggrey Chapel is the place of Protestant interdenominational worship at the School.. More...
School Heads
Period First Name Last Name
1941-1945 R W Stoppford (Rev) OBE
1935-1941 H M Grace (Rev)
1925-1929 Alexander Garden (Rev) Fraser CBE
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School Prefects
Period Name House
1931 W Ofori-Atta
1933 O D Hammond
1934 J.O.T Agyeman
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Sportsman Of the Year
Period Name House
2010 Philip Oware
1968 D.K. Osei
1968 D. K. Osei
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Sportswoman Of the Year
Year Name House
1973 Millicent Adoquaye
1972 Letitia Obeng
1971 Letitia Obeng
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News
THE IMPROBABLE JOURNEY OF SOME PIONEER SIXTH FORMERS
Sixth Form, the precursor of the Advanced Level School Certificate Programme, was introduced at Achimota School in 1949, and subsequently extended to other secondary schools in Ghana (the Gold Coast).
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