Gender – Girls
Housing status – Day and Boarding
Year of Establishment – 1965
A public high school for girls, Serwaa Kesse Girls’ Senior High School is situated in Duayaw Nkwanta, in the Tano North Municipal District of the Ahafo Region of Ghana. They won the 2022 National Business Pitch Competition, which took place in Accra in September of that year.
To be a model school of excellence in the local community.
To give quality education to the girl child at the second cycle level, through a motivated staff and in a conducive environment.
Kwame Nkrumah first founded the institution in 1965 as a Women’s Training College. It was renamed Duayaw Nkwanta Secondary School and became a mixed public secondary school on August 15, 1970. In 2003, it underwent a final transformation to become a female senior high school and was given its present name. The Duayaw-Nkwanta Traditional Area’s First Queen, mother, is honoured by the school’s name.
Doris Bainn was the headmistress of the school in 2013.
Mrs. Doris Cobbinah served as the school’s headmistress in 2018.
The school participated in the National Science and Maths Quiz qualifying round in 2019.
- No. of Students (SHS 1): 538
- No. of Students (SHS 2): 663
- No. of Students (SHS 3): 489
- 39 Classrooms
- 3 Computer Labs
- 3 Science Labs
- 3 Dormitories
- Dining Hall
- National Debate Champions – 2016
- Regional Champions of Soccer, Volleyball
- Handball – 2012 to 2016
Junior Achievement Award
In 2022, the school took part in the National Business Pitch Competition organized by the Junior Achievement Ghana. It was hosted by the Academic City University College in Accra. The competition brought together 16 schools across Ghana. Serwaa Kesse Girls’ Senior High School emerged the winner