Brief History of Adu Gyamfi Senior High School
The school was established in 1968 by the Jamasi Presbyterian Church with a student population of 80. It was initially known as Presbyterian Secondary Commercial School(PRESCO).It was a private institution. The school used the Presby Church as its classrooms and later moved to Opanin Sekyere's house and then to the Jamasi Community Centre.
An appeal was made in the church for land and the following Presbyterians offered voluntarily their pieces of land for free. They were Opanin Moses Sarpong,Opanin Kwabena Agyei and Madam Akua Akyere. In 1974, it was absorbed into the Public School system and its name was changed to Adu Gyamfi Secondary School.The Headmasters of the school when it was a
private institution were Mr E.K. Sarpong (Mallam), 1968-1971. Mr Kofi Boateng(1971-1973) and Mr Amos Amoasah(1973-1974).Mr Peter Mensah Onomah (1974-1984) was the first Headmaster when the school became government assisted school.
The motto of the school is ALWAYS SEEK THE TRUTH.The school has been successful in both academic andsportsfield.The school won the Ashanti schools and Colleges sports festival in the year 2010. In terms of academic,the products of the institution are found in higher places of work both in Ghana and outside Ghana.
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