Aggrey Mem. A.M.E. Zion Snr. High
The school was founded on 22 January 1940 by the late Rev. Dr. A. W. E. Appiah with six boys. He named the school Aggrey Memorial College after his late Uncle Dr. J. E. Kwegyir Aggrey. His aim was to perpetuate the memory of his uncle by means of an institution, which would give young boys and girls adequate secondary education which would fit them into higher fields of learning. The School is thus a living tribute to that great son of Africa – – Dr. Kwegyir Aggrey.
Aggrey Memorial Zion Secondary School was one of the schools honored by the Council for academic excellence. The school produced the best Agricultural Science Student in that examination.
Again in 2011, out of the total number of 500 candidates the school presented for the West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), 498 passed in five or more subjects out of 499 students who took the examination. Also, the best student scored 7 A1’s and a B2 while three others obtained 7 A1’s and a B3. This is one of the best results from the school in recent times.
Category – Grade B School
Gender – Mixed
Housing Status – Day& Boarding
Year of Establishment – 1940
Name of Head –