The release of results for the 2017 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), revealed that the Seven Great Princess Academy was top of the school rankings.
As indicated by checks of the Accra Metropolitan Education Directorate, Results and Analysis of the Ghana education service showed that the Academy scored a total 351 points. It means that the Seven Great Princess Academy, located in the Ablekuma Central and North Constituencies, is the best basic school in the country for 2017.
This has been confirmed by the Ghana education service.
It is the second year in a row that the Seven Great Princess Academy has topped the rankings, with the academy announced as the top achiever in 2016 as well.
Also scoring well are:
· The second place – Lydians International School with 114 points
· The third place – Gracedew International School with 47 points
Fifty-seven candidates represented the Seven Great Princess Academy at the 2017 BECE examinations. Every one of these 57 candidates managed to score grade one in the English Language paper and in the in Ghanaian Language (Ga).
Fifty-six students scored grade one in French Language paper, and 55e out of 57 managed to score one in Integrated Science and Mathematics.
The 32 pupils who sat the Home-Economics paper all scored grade one.
Samuel Abbey, the headmaster of the Lartebiorkorshie branch of Seven Great Princess Academy, in his address to the media said that such outstanding results were reached thanks to their hard work and the dedication of the teaching staff.
He also noted that he is expecting for the even better result in the 2018 examinations, and is sure that the school will top the rankings in 2018 as well.
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