The Seven Great Princess Academy has been rated the school with the highest ranking following the release of results for the 2017 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
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Checks from the Accra Metropolitan Education Directorate 2017 BECE Results and Analysis indicate that the school scored a grand aggregate total of 351 points.
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The total points by the Seven Great Princess Academy sees the school emerge as the best among all other basic schools in the country after the 2017 BECE.
The is the second year running that the school, which is located in the Ablekuma Central and North Constituencies, has topped the rankings, having also emerged as the best in 2016.
Lydians International School and Gracedew International School came in second and third-place with 114 and 47 points respectively.
Seven Great presented 57 candidates for the 2017 BECE examinations. Out of the number, every student scored grade one in the English Language paper.
Fifty five pupils scored grade one in Integrated Science, while another 55 scored grade one in Mathematics.
In French 56 out of 57 pupils scored grade one, with all 57 students scoring grade one in Ghanaian Language (Ga).
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Also, all 32 students who sat for the Home-Economics paper scored grade one.
Addressing the media, headmaster of the Lartebiorkorshie branch of Seven Great, Samuel Abbey, attributed the school’s success to the dedication and hard work of the teaching staff.
He, however, noted that he is expecting better results from the 2018 batch of candidates.
“I expect a better results from candidates next year and ensure that all of them get their first choice schools as usual,” he said.
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