The 1993 O’Level Year Group of the Old Students Association of Ghana Senior High School (OGA) as part of activities to mark its Golden Jubilee rehabilitated the “junior block” of the school.
Leadership of the group inicated the renovation was a way of partnering the State to ensure that the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals indicator 4.1 is achived.
The S.D.G indicator 4.1 enjoins Countries to; “By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes” .
The project, a one storey twelve classroom block, since its construction and commisioning in 1960 has not seen any renovation.
At the handing over ceremony, the northern representative of the group Mr. Paul Napari revealed the act “is to make teaching and learning an experience to look forward to”.
The group also admonished both management and students to ensure the project is maintained.
“This will encourage us, and other year groups to invest in new projects instead of rehabilitating old ones”.
Citing portions of the school’s anthem, “good intentions and patience”, Paul Napari charged all old students to take up the challenge of contributing their quota to the school by doing the needful.
“we want to tell the other year groups that the school has been patient enough, they should do the needful….the challenge is on”.
The Head Mistress of the school Amina Musah empahsized on the preparedness of management to ensure the structure is maintained.