Parents, guardians to take legal action against College Senior High School

College Senior High School authorities failed to register students in the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Exams.

College Senior High School authorities failed to register students in the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Exams.






Parents and guardians of final year students at College Senior High School in Darkuman, a suburb of Accra, have unanimously agreed to take legal action against the school authorities.

The decision was taken after the school failed to register their children in the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Exams.

PTA chairman of College Senior High School, David Adjetei told Joy News he will lead the group to ensure school authorities get punished for their negligence.

He indicated the students will be registered for the November/December West African Examination Council (WAEC) exams and hence urged the students not to relent in their studies.

About 195 students of the College Senior High School in Darkuman, Accra yesterday vandalised properties belonging to the school and the headmaster.

The students were registering their discontent after authorities failed to register them for the West Africa Senior Schools Certificate Examinations (WASSE).


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