GES Questions Wesley Girls For Refusing Over 200 Students Admissions

GES Questions Wesley Girls For Refusing Over 200 Students Admissions

Authorities of the Wesley Girls High School are been questioned by the Ghana Education Service for refusing to admit about 200 prospective students posted there by the Computerized  School Selection and Placement System.

Reports do indicate that all prospective students who gained admissions to the school got turned down for no reason despite providing claim of admission to the school authorities as they (the authorities) justified their decision stating the said students had not their names on the list the school received from the CSSPS Secretariat.

In the meantime, authorities from the Ghana Education Service have registered their resolve to as a matter of urgency address the situation as Public Relations Officer of the GES, Reverend Jonnathan Bettey assures all students facing such challenges would be duly attended to.

The 2015 placement of prospective students into their respective Senior High Schools is feared to have been marred with various technical hitches and inconsistencies - discomforting trends which is said to have negatively impacted the academic calendar of most if not all schools.

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