History of Accra Wesley Girls' High School
BRIEF HISTORY OF ACCRA WESLEY GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL TO ACCRA DIOCESE ON14TH MARCH 2013.
Wesley Girls’ High School, Accra, now Accra Wesley Girls’ High School was established in November, 2003 by the Methodist Church Ghana. It was started in response to Government’s call for private and corporate support in bridging the gender-gap in the country’s human resources development and also, Government’s Policy on the Girl Child Education in the country.
The first Headmistress was Mrs. Mary Asiedu a retired Headmistress from Wesley Girls’ High School (Cape-Coast) followed by Mrs. Emilia Addy, who was a retired Headmistress from Christian Methodist High School. During her tenure the school was absorbed into the Ghana Education System in September, 2010. Mrs. Emilia Addy handed over to Rev. Mrs. Jane D. Dor who was transferred from Akuse Methodist Senior High/Technical School (AMEST) on 22nd October, 2012 as the acting Headmistress. She was appointed as substantive Headmistress of the school on 10th January, 2013, and is currently supported by Mr. Christopher Lily Ayim as the Acting Assistant Headmaster.
The school is nine (9) years old and runs General Arts, Business (Secretarial and Accounting) and Home Economics Programmes.
Accra Wesley Girls’ High School is a Christian Institution and worship forms part of the daily routine before the day’s work.
The school presented its first batch of twenty candidates for the WASSCE in 2006, scoring 100% pass in various subjects. The school has since then continued to post impressive academic performance.
The school now has a population of 824 students with 36 teaching staff and 16 non teaching staff.