Tuesday, July 21, 2009


ST. THOMAS Acquinas senior high school held its 57th speech and prize giving day with the theme “Empowering the Youth, through Quality Education”.
The event was commenced with an Art exhibition by the school’s visual art department. The school’s Cadet together with the Police Band entertained the guests, parents and dignitaries who were present.
The dignitaries included Ernestina Naadu Mills, the first lady of the Republic of Ghana and the special guest for the occasion, the deputy minister of education, Hon. Joseph Anan, Ransford Tetteh, the president of the Ghana Journalist Association, an old student and also the editor of the Daily Graphic, Mr. John A.Larkai, a lawyer and the P.T.A President of the school.
The senior boys’ prefect, Benjamin Yeboah gave a speech which was followed by the Headmaster, who also gave a report. In his report, he stated that the school’s science resource centre bus has been shut down for over 2years now. He also stated that that was not only excelling in academics but in sports as well, explaining further, he said the school’s basketball team emerged as regional champions
Speaking the occasion the Guest speaker, Ernestina Naadu Mills stated that the youth forms a large proportion of therefore they need to be given quality education to enable them make sound choices, also she urged the youth to see Ghana as a unitary state but not a tribal state.


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