• Attah Mills Block
    Attah Mills Block
    Classroom Block
  • STUDENTS IN THE SCIENCE LAB
    STUDENTS IN THE SCIENCE LAB
  • HANDING OVER
    HANDING OVER
  • AMANADEHYEE
    AMANADEHYEE
  • THE SCHOOL CHOIR
    THE SCHOOL CHOIR
  • CULTURAL DANCE
    CULTURAL DANCE
  • CULTURAL TROUP
    CULTURAL TROUP
  • ASANTEWAA WARRIORS
    ASANTEWAA WARRIORS
  • THE CADET DISPLAY
    THE CADET DISPLAY
  • CADET ON ANNIVERSARY DAY
    CADET ON ANNIVERSARY DAY
  • INSPECTION OF PARADE
    INSPECTION OF PARADE
  • JUBILEE THANKSGIVING SERVICE
    JUBILEE THANKSGIVING SERVICE
  • THANKS GIVING SERVICES AT NEW ASSEMBLY HALL
    THANKS GIVING SERVICES AT NEW ASSEMBLY HALL
  • HOUSE FOUR (SERWAA NYARKO HOUSE)
    HOUSE FOUR (SERWAA NYARKO HOUSE)
  • YAA ASANTEWAA STATUE (SIDE VIEW)
    YAA ASANTEWAA STATUE (SIDE VIEW)
  • ADMINISTRATION BLOCK (FRONT)
    ADMINISTRATION BLOCK (FRONT)
  • STREET THROUGH SECURITY OFFICE
    STREET THROUGH SECURITY OFFICE

YAGSHS Tradition

 
  1. STUDENTS LANDMARK
    1. Minor Project: First year students may do a minor project on admission through the SRC if they so wish.
    2. Major Project: Final year students may also through the SRC leave a landmark before leaving the school.
  1. LEGACY PROJECTS

Successive batches of out-going students have left permanent legacies by making a landmark in the history/tradition of the school. Such projects had not only provided a perpetual reminder to past, present and future generations of ADEHYE!, but more importantly, they have been useful testimonies contributing to improve the academic and social life of the students in the school. Projects provided by successive outgone students are as follows:

2004 – 2005 Concrete / Wooden benches
2005 – 2006 Dust bins
2006 – 2007 Plastic Chairs
2007 – 2008 Neon Sign boards for all houses
2008 – 2009 Cadet band
  1. MISSIONS – CHAPLAINCY

The Chaplaincy department of the school organises one week long intensive religious programmes annually on specific themes.

  1. THANKS GIVING FOR LEAVERS

There are annual leavers’ Thanks Giving service shortly after the release of the final results.

  1. SCHOOL MAGAZINE

The School Magazine, ADEHYEE  is published every year between September and the end of the academic year.

  1. HOUSE DURBARS

House Durbars are held once a year, when parents interact with their wards in the school.

  1. EASTER RETREAT

Easter retreat for final year students. This strengthens them spiritually as they prepare to  write their final exams.

  1.  SPEECH AND PRIZE GIVING DAYS

These are held every two years, and deserving students, teachers and workers are awarded prizes. They are normally financed by the school and P.T.A.

  1. LEAVERS’ DINNER

Just after the last paper of the final exam, there is an informal gathering of the final year students, parents and teachers at the Assembly hall. The students wear any decent dinner wear and we all eat, drink and dance amidst exchange of farewell messages. It is hoped that this will bring unity, peace and reconciliation among students and and teachers, discard the notion that the school is an unfriendly environment from which you have to escape as soon as you get your freedom, as well as to strengthen the fraternity of the school community. 

  1. MORNING ASSEMBLY

School gatherings are compulsory for the students. Students should therefore be there with their hymnals and Bibles.