Ghana National College

Ghana National College

Ghana National College

Ghana National College was established on Friday, July 16th, 1948  in Cape Coast, during a period of agitation for self government in the then Gold Coast.
Ironically it was christened Ghana National college nine years before The Gold Coast achieved independence in 1957, and the country named Ghana.

The school is located on a hill 5 miles east of the historic Castle town of Cape Coast right off the Accra – Takoradi highway.

Ghana National College is a co-ed boarding secondary school (high school) with roots originally stemmed in the sciences but currently offering a wide range of core and elective high school courses from fine arts to languages and business.

Male students live in four dormitories on the north side of the campus and the female students live in eight dormitories on the south side overlooking part of the city of Cape Coast.

Course Offered
General Arts
Home Economic
General Science
Visual Art 

Category – Grade B School
Gender – Mixed
Housing Status – Day& Boarding
Year of Establishment – 1948
Name of Head – 

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