West Africa Senior High School: A legacy of education in Adenta

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West Africa Senior High School (WASS) is a second-cycle institution located in Adenta, Greater Accra Region, Ghana.

It is a government-assisted, mixed day, and non-denominational institution offering a three-year senior high school education. The school was founded in 1946 by Rev. J. C. Tettey and Emmanuel Addo.

Originally established as the West Africa College of Commerce in Tudu in 1946, the school was absorbed into the public education system as a government-assisted school in 1954.

Today, West Africa Senior High School has a student population of 1,639, with a gender distribution of 49% girls and 51% boys.

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