T. I. Ahmadiyya Girls’ SHS

T. I. Ahmadiyya Girls’ SHS

T. I. Ahmadiyya Girls’ Senior High School

T. I. Ahmadiyya Girls’ Senior High School started as a middle school in 1968 by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission Ghana and later transformed to a secondary school in 1969 with one Mr. Antwi Boasiako as the acting head. Later in October 1972, Mr. Mubarak Ahmed, a Pakistani was appointed the first Headmaster of the school. In 1973 it was registered by the Ghana Education Service.  Further on, on 1st October 1990 it was absorbed into the public system with Mr. M. A. Morgan as the first Ghanaian Headmaster.

During the 2008/2009 academic year it was converted to a purely girls’ school when Mr. Collins Yeboah-Druye was Headmaster. Later in 2009, Madam Ayesha Nyantakyiwaa Boakye became the first Headmistress of the newly converted girls’ school.

Course Offered 
General Arts
Home Economic
General Science
visual Art


Category – Grade B School

Gender – Females

Housing Status – Day& Boarding

Year of Establishment – 1968

Name of Head – 

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