Fijai Senior High School

Fijai Senior High School

Fijai Senior High School, formerly Fijai Secondary School, is a co-educational senior high school located in the Western Region of Ghana. The name Fijai is from the native dialect “Afei Gyae Me”, which literally means “Now, leave me alone”.

The school got under way in 1952 as Sekondi Day Secondary School, as part of the 1951 Accelerated Plan for Education of the then Gold Coast Government.

The school was commissioned by the Paramount Chief of Essikado, Nana Kobina Nketsiah IV on 29 January 1952 with 38 students (30 boys and eight girls). School was conducted in the buildings of the old Sekondi hospital.

The school moved to its current site in 1955 where it assumed its name Fijai Secondary School and recently changed to Fijai Senior High School.

The school emblem is an “Aquiline” eagle flying towards the sky and stars, through great storms and lightning as the school motto indicates Ad Astra Per Aspera, meaning “To the Stars Through Thick and Thin”.

Course Offered                                                                                                                                                                          Home Economics
General Science
General Arts
Visual Arts


Category – Grade A School

Gender –  Mixed

Housing Status – Day & Boarding

Year of Establishment –1952

Name of Head – Mr Ken Abgomadze

Contact Details
Name: Fijai Senior High School
Contacts: 0312023427
Region: Western Region, Ghana
Location: Takoradi 
Ghana Post GPS:  


James Ken

Category – Grade A School

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