Mother Ignacia School,  Setting the Pace in Ahafo

Mother Ignacia School, Setting the Pace in Ahafo

This beautiful brick-built school situated on a hill leaves a majestic impression to anyone entering the into the City of Goaso, the unofficial Capit

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This beautiful brick-built school situated on a hill leaves a majestic impression to anyone entering the into the City of Goaso, the unofficial Capital of Ahafo. This prestigious school which has been advancing the educational standards in the Ahafo enclave over the years is set for greater heights.

In an exclusive interview, Ahafo News visited Mother Ignacia School to find more about the secret behind the school’s successes.

Upon entering the premises of the school, the serene environment left no doubt on our minds that, this educational establishment had a foundation and ethos revolving round innovation and cleanliness.

The Principal of the School provided us with a brief history of the school and it’s aspirations.

The Principal of the Mother Ignacia School, Sr Paulette Ankrah (RVM) is an internationally acclaimed educationist with experiences in Kenya, The Philipines and Ghana. As a PhD holder, there are not many schools that can boast of a Principal with such academic laurels.

In our interaction with Sister Paulette, she shared the vision of the school with us. She indicated that, one primary objective of the school is to bring to Ahafo residents, a unique and high quality level of education to.

This, she further indicated, was to ensure the children of Ahafo could compete adequately with their colleagues in the big cities and also on the international stage.

Her insights into the heavy infrastructural development in tandem with the excellent provision of educational tools proved to buttress her points in fulfillment of the vision of the school.

In our tour of the school, we realised that the school has a decent fleet of mini buses dedicated to transport the pupils to and from the school. An investment which is unparalleled in Ahafo.

The school also provides strong extra curricular activities for the development of pupils. It was coincidental that on our visit we also met an instructor from the Red Cross Society.

The Martial Arts Club (Tae – Kwando) in the school was very inspiring and evidence of the fact that Mother Ignacia School is surely at the forefront of developing all round future leaders.

Mother Ignacia.. (The school was named after her)


Check this pictures out……

Students ready for 6th March

Mother Ignacia students with their Sisters

Students and Teachers in Traditional Attire

During the cultural week


Teachers in sports wear


Free excursion for teachers (Cape coast)


Free training for teachers


Students ready for school


Dance group

Fire service visits to Mother Ignacia School


Excursion for students

Source: Ahafo news

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