The Ghana Education Service (GES) has begun processes to operationalise, the Aflao Community Day Senior High Technical School, an eight-million Ghana cedis Ketu South E-block project, this academic year.
Already, the GES had posted a headmaster, Shadrach Kwame Abiwu, to the school on March 21, this year, to see to its smooth operations.
From Tuesday, April 19, it will begin the admission processes to enrol successful junior high school graduates as the first batch of students to undertake all seven senior high school programmes, except General Science.
Mr Michael Yao Tsuiatorfe, the Municipal Director of Education, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, said the necessary preparations for the academic year were in earnest and that the Directorate had started receiving applications from prospective teachers for consideration and postage to the school.
Mr Tsuiatorfe said the Directorate had written to the appropriate authorities about the need for some finishing works to be done and to provide logistics for a conducive environment of study.
The Ketu South E-Block project, awarded by the Mahama Administration in 2015 to be executed within 18 months, is over 95 per cent complete with some minor works like plastering of beams, painting and weeding to be done.
Mr Maxwell Lugudor, the Ketu South Municipal Chief Executive, said the Assembly would do all within its power to ensure the smooth operationalisation of the school this academic year.
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