Extra-curricular activities are officially recognised activities that students engage in at school. These activities are not part of the core academic work. These may include sports and games, activities relating to clubs, societies and religious groups, entertainment and clean-up exercises. A list of approved clubs and societies are itemized here.
Every student is obliged to align herself with at least one of these clubs and societies. They meet on every other Thursday from 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. The other Thursday afternoons are sports days from 3.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
|Water and Electricity Conversavation (WECO)||African Youth Alliance (AYA)||Child Rights Int.|
|The Debaters & Writers Club||Girl Guides||Red Cross Society|
|Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG)||Interact||Cadet Corps|
|Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP)||Junior Achievers||Wild Life Club|
|Catholic & Anglican Students Union (CATSU)||Home Economics||School Choir|
|United Triumphant Melodians (UTM)||The Scripture Union (SU)||French Club|
|Science Club||FOHGHS (Priceless Ladies)||UNESCO Club|
|Computer / Information Technology Club (IteC)||Cadet/Red Cross||Cultural Club|
|Ghana Muslim Students Union (GMSU)||Future Leaders Investment Club (FLIC)|