SAMUEL OTU PRESBY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

 P.O. BOX 37, TECHIMANTIA-AHAFO REGION, GHANA-W/A

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Welcome Address
In today’s world, education is the best legacy a parent can give to a child and also the key to the child’s success and the nation as a whole.
That is why at Samuel Otu Presbyterian Senior High School in Techimantia, we provide quality and sound education for every child to make it in life.
Our aim is to help the individual student to identify his or her capabilities or potentials and develop skills that will make Him or her take up a place as a leader tomorrow.
We as well give them holistic teachings which instill in them the divine doctrines so that they become responsible adults.
We are glad and delighted that you have begun to explore the many great things we offer at Samuel Otu Presbyterian Senior High School and would like to invite you to come and get to know us better. We are most grateful to you and welcome you to learn more about how we are redefining senior high school.
HEADMASTER
VISION STATEMENT:

Samuel Otu Presbyterian Senior High School-Techimantia exist to be the leading provider of second cycle education in the Ahafo Region, producing academically excellent and morally sound individuals for the future.

MISSION STATEMENT:

To educate student in a safe, supportive environment that promotes self discipline motivation and excellence in learning

OUR CORE VALUES

1. Discipline

2. Hard work

3. Service to God and Mankind

4. Critical thinking

5. Humility

6. Moral Uprightness

BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL

     Samuel Otu Presbyterian Senior High School, located in the Tano South  Municipality of the Ahafo Region of Ghana was established in 1974 as a private institution by Mr. Kwaku Boateng from Duayaw-Nkwanta with the name Evangelical Technical School.

      It started with a student population of Forty-Five (45) and Five (5) teachers. Mr. Kwaku Boateng doubled as the Founder and the First Headmaster of the school.  The school was then taken over by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in the 1980 when the name  of the school then became ’Presbyterian Day/Commercial School’

    During the 1984/85 academic year, the school was recognized by the Ministry of Education as a public institution under the Ghana Education Service (GES) with Mr. Danso Kwarpong as the Headmaster.

    In the same year, the school received assistance from the European Economic Community (EEC) through the Bureau of Integrated Rural Development (BIRD) of the University of Science and Technology, Kumasi in the provision of building materials. Thus , through communal labour of local citizens, a new block of four(4) classrooms was put up.

    In 2017, the name of the school changed again to SAMUEL OTU PRESBYTERIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in honour of Samuel Otu, the first Ghanaian Christian martyr who happened to be a Presbyterian Minister. He was murdered in Techimantia, the community where the school is located. Currently, the school is under the headship of Mr. Evans Asare.

 

Techimantia, Tano South

COURSES OF [email protected]
1.Business
2.General Arts
3.Home Economics
4.General Science
5.General Agriculture
6.Visual Art

    ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
GEN. ARTS            HOME SCIENCE
E-Maths                 Mgt. In Living
Geography         Food&Nutrition
Government      Gen. Know. In Art Economics              Economics, Biology & Chemistry 
Twi                            GENERAL SCIENCE History                      Physics 
CRS                              Chemistry
ICT                               Biology
                                      E-Maths
BUSINESS                AGRIC. SCIENCE
Business. Mgt.       General Agric
CostAccount           Animal Husbandry
Fin. Account.           Chemistry        ICT                                    Physics
VISUAL ART
Graphic Design
Sculpture
Gen. Know. In Art
Economics