Old Students Of ‘GHANASS’ Supports Their Alma Mater With Mono-Desks
The 1985 year group of Ghana Senior High School (GHANASS) Old Students Association (GOSA 85 & GOSA- UK) has presented the first batch of 83 mono-desks to their alma mater at the school in the Eastern Region capital, Koforidua
It was expected that the alumni should supply the university with 1,500 mono-desks, named “one old student, one mono-desk.”
GOSA National President Emmanuel Poku Sarkodee, handing over to the school, the desks, said the gesture was to provide a serene classroom for Mr Poku Sarkodee confirmed that GOSA is committed to contributing its quota as well as ensure that Ghana Senior High School remains the chosen SHS for academic excellence.
He claimed that high school education is undeniably the crucial stage in everyone’s lives, adding that each child’s future depends on the type of secondary education they receive. students to enhance their teaching and learning.
“GHANASS prepared the way for many of us to be at where we are now due to the quality of training we received when we were students and this is the time for us to turn back and say thank you to our alma mater,” he said. Mr Sarkodee has told the school authorities to ensure that the desks are maintained properly.
He also urged the students’ to study hard to fulfil their dreams in the future and pass their exams with distinction.
The school’s headmaster, Jacob Afful, expressed gratitude for the move to the old GOSA.
The Assistant Girls School prefect of GHANASS, Terpker Gifty Dede Anorhia, thanked the association on behalf of the students and pledged on behalf of the students their commitment to study hard to achieve academic excellence for the school.
In attendance were Patrick Gamer-Tawiah, National Secretary, Edith Quaye, President of the 1988-990 year group, among other members of the alumni.