Presec, Legon Form 1 Boy Causes Stir As Video Of His First Day On Campus Drops: “He Looks Sad”

Presec, Legon Form 1 Boy Causes Stir As Video Of His First Day On Campus Drops: “He Looks Sad”

  • A young Ghanaian boy has won the admiration of many netizens after a video of him on his first day at school surfaced online
  • The boy who had been admitted into Presbyterian Boy's SHS appeared calm as he readied himself to begin life in high school
  • Netizens who reacted to the video congratulated the young boy on his admission into one of the best schools in Ghana

A young boy’s demeanour on his first day in Senior High School has got many people reminiscing about their time as first-year students in school.

A video sighted by on the TikTok handle of @victor_ampofo captured the moment the handsome boy was chauffeured to the prestigious Presbyterian Boy's Senior High School (Presec-Legon).

Photo of Form one boy innschool
Ghanaian boy looks sad on his first day at school Photo credit:@victor_ampofo/TikTok
Source: TikTok

After his arrival, the young student who wore white short sleeves and khaki trousers did not come forth as someone who seemed too enthused, as he sat away from other students with his hands on his jaw.

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Another moment saw him standing alone and thinking, this time around, with his hands behind his back.

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The 39-second video concluded with the boy saying goodbye to his family, after which he joined other students for the day's activities.

Ghanaians react to the video of the Presec Boy

Netizens who reacted to the video congratulated him on his admission to Presec Legon, with many urging him to learn hard.

Others also remarked the boy's calm demeanour is because he is a greenhorn who is yet to come to terms with Senior High School life fully.

At the time of writing the report, the video had raked in over 26000 likes and 300 comments

Ohemaa Mercy705:

awwww leaving Dem behind is the most hardest and sad part all the best

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Oda Akim lady:

Don’t joke with dis school . For life is for life


First year de3 saa they behave like angels

Awo Asantewaa

my boy is there but in form 2 please learn hard


Presec welcomes our finest star, Victor plz learn hard wai cos we dey ur bak 24/7


I will come and visit you okay cos am in Ideal college okay

I felt sad going to school on my first day

Speaking in an interview with in reaction to the video, Obed Gyan, a first-year student of the Abomosu STEM Senior High School, said it was also difficult for him to leave behind friends and loved ones in Accra to pursue second-cycle education in another region.

"Immediately after I arrived in the Abomosu township I became very sad, even though I knew I went there to study, the thought of being for away from family was not easy for me. I also was going to miss my mother's cooking".

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Obed added that with time, he has adapted to the conditions of living in a boarding school and has no regrets at all.

GES to punish SHS Headmasters for issuing unapproved prospectus

Earlier, reported that the Ghana Education Service (GES) has issued a stern warning to heads of second-cycle institutions like the Senior High School (SHS) to stop issuing an unapproved prospectus to parents of first-year students.

The prospectus lists the items new students would be required to buy or have if they were allowed into the school.

The GES says it has picked up information that some heads of second-cycle institutions are issuing prospectuses not approved by the government.

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