• 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

School Code of Ethics

 
  1. UNIFORM – Students should not cut and seam sides of uniforms. Students should wear pink prints from Saturday to Sunday, and green prints from Monday to Friday. Blue and white uniform should be worn for classes. Church cloth should be worn for Sunday church service.
  2. HAIR – Students should not comb their hair by parting and brushing it.
  3. NAILS – Should not be grown and filed.
  4. LIPSHINE – No lipshine or gloss should be used.
  5. Students should not ascend or descend stair cases with teachers.
  6. Students should call teachers by their surnames: e.g. Mr. Boateng, Mrs or Miss Adu and not by nicknames or firstnames.
  7. GREETINGS – Students should stand, smile, look at the face of teachers before greeting them. They should wait for the teacher to move and then they follow.
  8. Students should help teachers and visitors with their luggage.
  9. WORK ATTITUDE – Students should share work, use limited time and use adequate working tools.
  10. Speaking Twi or any other vernacular is prohibited on the  compound.
  11. Students should not make unnecessary noise on the compound.
  12. Students should use the bins properly by putting the refuse inside and not around them. Bins should be covered.
  13. Beds should be properly laid before students leave the dormitory.
  14. Students should draw their nets in the morning.
  15. Students should stick their trunks on the other’s trunk before they leave the dormitory.
  16. Buckets and spongebags should not be left in the dormitories.
  17. Students should not hang their uniforms above the window sills and louvre blades.
  18. Students should not use candles after lights out.
  19. Students should follow the school routine accordingly.
  20. Students should not make unnecessary noise during church service.
  21. Refuse should be emptied at a central point into the garbage can near the African Kitchen.
  22. USE OF PAVEMENTS – Students are expected to walk on the pavements. Students should walk smartly in a file by the side of roads and pavements.
  23.  Siesta should be observed as such, no noise, no movements.
  24. Morning roll call is compulsory for all students.
  25. Students should not wear mufty trousers to prep. They should wear the school prep attire.
  26. Students should not possess or use mobile phones.
  27. Students should not eat in the classrooms.
  28. Restricted areas to students: teachers’ bungalows, northern gate, and main gate, street from Science Resource Centre to the old school block and Administration blocks.
  29. Students should not sit in their parents’ cars during visiting hours.
  30. Students who receive male visitors who are shabily dressed will be punished.
  31. Reporting time to school is 4.00 p.m for both re-opening and mid-term break.
  32. Students should do punishments given to them by prefects and teachers before they complain.
  33. Students should not follow their parents to the Headmistresses’ bungalow during visiting if parents wish to see the Headmistress.
  34. Visa and DNA Test: Parents whose wards are to attend interview for visa and do the DNA test must apply through the administration.