ECG’s ‘show of power’ costs St. John’s Grammar School Gh¢400 in 12 hrs daily

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He said use of technology can shape students’ skills and also help in developing valuable research skills.

St John’s Grammar School was founded on May 16, 1954, by prominent entrepreneur Mr John Hayford Mensah (also known as Kodwo Wangara), with the assistance of MP and Trade Minister Mr P.K.K. Quaidoo, Nana Essilfie Bondzie, Mr Charles Ocansey and Mr S.M. Arko.

The school, which began with four students, now has a total enrolment of 1,973. Out of this number, 1,057 are males and 916 are females. There are currently 550 boarders made up of 248 females and 302 males. The school has a staff of 117 out of which 78 are teachers and 39 non-teaching staff member.

Influential personalities the school has produced  include the Vice Chancellor, KNUST, Prof. Otoo Ellis, Deputy Regional Minister, Greater Accra, Mr Isaac Nii Djangma Vanderpuye, Prof. Alex Dodoo, Associate Professor of Pharmacy, University of Ghana Medical School, Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, General Overseer of the Royal House Chapel, Dr Mrs Naana Agyeman Mensah, Country Director of the Hunger Project, Mr Joe Fabin, Managing Director of Sollatex and Dr Ben Abdallah, a former minister (PNDC era).

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