Education is thought to be the key to any given country's development. The more quality an education is, the more likely a country's people will succeed at using their time and effort into pushing for development.
All of this is good except for the fact that education is actually quite expensive in Ghana. This has been a complaint of many parents, guardians and young people.
Based on this, YEN.com.gh compiles the most expensive schools in Ghana based on our research on the internet and so findings may not resemble the realities.
1. Lincoln Community School
Lincoln Community School was established in 1968 and located at Abelemkpe in Accra. Although it is a school a good percentage of Ghanaians cannot afford, it actually has a lot great reviews from Ghanaians.
The annual fees for Lincoln is estimated at GHC 109,000.
2. Soul Clinic International
Soul Clinic International is located at one of the plushest places in Accra. It has a school that has diversity in terms of the nationalities that are students there.
The annual fees are not readily available but they have been estimated to be around GHC 60,000 a year.
3. SOS Hermann-Gmeiner International
Hermann-Gmeiner is a truly international schoolthat has different branches across Africa. Obviously, this facilitates cultural exchanges thereby helping young ones learn from beyond the classroom.
And this does not come cheap because is estimated around GHC40,000 a year.
4. Galaxy International School
Galaxy is probably the most famous name on this list especially because of where it is located. East Legon boasts literally the most expensive accommodation and living cost in Ghana.
As part of this and other reasons, Galaxy goes for around GHC 26,000.
5. Ghana International School
Ghana International School is one of the oldest private schools in Ghana. It affords students one of the most wholesome schooling experiences.
The school costs around GHC 14,000 a year.
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