Porter bells's Profile

Archbishop Porter Girls Senior High

(1965)
Category A

The Archbishop Porter Girls' Secondary School (A.P.G.S.S.) is a female second cycle institution in Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana. Archbishop Porter Girls' Secondary School is a Catholic institution within the Ghana Public Education System. It was founded in 1965 by Rev. Kodjo Amissah with the name St. Louis Secondary School, which was later changed to Archbishop Porter Girls. It welcomes girls of all religious denominations. The school is situated on a hill in Fijai, Takoradi, in the Western Region of Ghana and it has come to be known as the "Hill of Tranquility" for its peaceful and serene academic atmosphere

Western Region
  • Sekondi Takoradi Metro District

Locality: Sekondi
Aggrey, St. Louis, St. Jude, Ferguson, Marian, Lady Teresa, Joseph Mary, Sterlin Ndoum

Headteacher:
Mrs. Charlotte Asiedu-Musa


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