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Stop arbitrary decisions on education – Emeritus Archbishop Sarpong 4/7/2013

Emeritus Archbishop Sarpong said it was time the nation adopted the tools of education the Catholic Church had used to make its schools the best globally.

Theirs involve holistic formation of the individual – moral, intellectual, spiritual, physical and psychological.

He said the Church was of the conviction that education provided the nourishment that people need.

He underlined the need to ensure discipline in schools and said this should be based on godliness.

The Reverend Father Louis K. Tuffour, the Manager of the School, said their goal was to make it an excellent international school of choice in the Kumasi Metropolis.

Since year 2005, it has been scoring 100 percent passes in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) with many of its candidates scoring single digits.

He said over the last 27 years, it had trained and passed out over 1,000 students who gained admission into SHS and tertiary institutions to become medical doctors, nurses, engineers, architects and other professionals, helping to push forward the nation’s development.

Established in 1985 with only 30 pupils, its population now stands at about 700.

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