Okuapeman Senior High School Uniform


Okuapeman senior high school is a first cycle institution in Akuapem-Akropong, a town located in the Eastern region of Ghana.

It is a public Category A mixed that has produced a large number of prominent media personalities in Ghana. Notable among them is Kwame Sefa Kayi of Despite Media.

Okuapeman SHS popularly known as OKUASS was established in 1957 by Barrister Charles Opoku Acheampong. Charles Opoku Acheampong was one prominent lawyer who had been a pupil in the chambers of Edward Akufo-Addo.

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Due to the institution’s establishment in the traditional area and Royal area, past students from the institution are widely known as “Adehye3”.

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The school was started by Barrister Opoku Acheampong and later handled by the government of Ghana after his demise.

The school runs both day and boarding systems with majority of the students in the boarding house.

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At the boarding school, there are six houses in all with three specified for boys and the other three specified for ladies.

The houses are listed below;

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  • Opoku Acheampong House – Blue
  • Akuffo House – Green
  • Kwadade House – Yellow

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The schools uniform is made up of the colors brown and white with brown signifying the color of mother Earth and nature while white represents “Purity”.

The school practice an inclusive educational system which allows the visually impaired to get access to education.

In Okuapeman, the visually impaired students are granted access to facilities given to other visually appealing students.

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The school strongly stands against the segregation of visually impaired students and frowns on students who condemn others with special needs.

Okuapeman has about 25,000 students including special students. These special students are enrolled in General Arts classes and offered courses on languages that include Twi, Ga, Ewe and French. Their main elective subjects are History, Government, Literature and CRS.

Special students are excluded from Integrated Science and Mathematics due to their inability to participate in the practical aspect of the subject.


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