Konongo Odumase Secondary School

Konongo Odumase Secondary School

Konongo Odumase Secondary School

The school was started as Konongo Odumase Secondary School but was renamed Konongo Odumase Senior High School around 2005 when the Kufuor government decided to redesignate all Senior Secondary Schools in the country as Senior High School. with twenty-one boys and five girls. This was as part of the “Accelerated Development Plan for Education” started after Kwame Nkrumah’s Convention People’s Party won the 1951 Gold Coast legislative election. Two important teachers at the inception of the school were D. A. Agyei and B. Spio-Garbrah. The school moved to its current permanent site in 1963. The original school site was nicknamed Biafra, after the secessionist state of Biafra associated with the Nigerian Civil War.

The school expanded to include a Sixth form, running Advanced level courses in the 1965 / 1966 academic year.[citation needed]

The school crest was designed by B. Spio Garbrah, the first headmaster and also an artist. The first head boy of the school was S. K Obeng.

Course Offered 
Home Economics
General Arts
Visual Art
General Science
Agricultural Science


Category – Grade B School

Gender –  Mixed

Housing Status – Day& Boarding

Year of Establishment – 1953

Name of Head – Benjamin Kwaku Baah

Contact Details
Name: Konongo Odumase Secondary School
Contacts: 0206803889
Region: Ashanti Region, Ghana
Location: Konongo
Ghana Post GPS:  


James Ken

Category – Grade B School

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