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The 1994 batch of Sefwi Wiawso Senior High School (“O” level) has presented a printer and five (5)cartridges to their alma mater. The donation was in response to a request by the school authorities, specifically presented to the National Science and Maths Quiz to enhance their preparation for the competition that would be held at Takoradi.

Mr Ato Kwamena Hayford who presented the items to the school on behalf of the 1994 batch (“O” Level) in his address called on old students across the length and breadth of the country to come to the aid of SEWASS as the school lacks basic teaching and learning materials.


Mr Ato Kwamena Hayford urged parents and guardians in the Western North Region to take advantage and enrol their wards in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education.

Mr Ato Kwamena, PRO for Sefwi Waiwso Senior High School (SEWASS) 1994 O’level batch Association said the government has done well on its part with the introduction of the STEM education which helps impact scientific and technological knowledge to Ghanaian students.

“Parents and guardians should take advantage of the newly built STEM intitution at Sefwi Awaso by getting their wards enrolled in Science, Technology, Engeneering and Mathematics courses which will will give them a profession and prepare them for the job market even after Secondary education” Mr Ato reiterated.

Mr Evans Kwame Gyasi the chemistry teacher who received the items on behalf of the headmaster expressed his gratitude and praised the 1994 batch of the school the support. He also called on old students of Sefwi Wiawso Senior High school to also emmulate the kind gesture of the 1994 batch.

“We are much grateful to the 1994 (O Level) batch and also implore the other old students and stakeholders in the Western North Region to respond to our call to make SEWASS a better learning environment for our future leaders”

The students however after thanking the old students voiced out much of their challenges in the school and asked for more support from philanthropists.

According to the students, the lack of toilet facilities at the school and their dormitories forces them to go to nearby bushes to ease themselves whereas school buses and lightning systems are some of the major causes that drawback learning progress in the school.

The student also requested the old student and the entire student body to support them in cash, kind and in prayers as they prepare for the National Science and Maths Quiz.

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