Accra Aca @ a glance

On a gentle hill to the north as one enters Accra on the Winneba road, a tall white tower beshadows the campus of Accra Academy. Over sixty years ago in the slums of James Town


The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) is a formal organization composed of parents, teachers and staff that is intended to facilitate parental participation in a school

School Library

The Library’s main objective is to complement the School’s academic activities by making accessible to its users both physical and electronic learning materials.

School Management System

The School Management System is a complete solution that manages the school, the progress of the students and staff and provides details reports on all activities.


to Accra Academy School


Samuel Ofori-Adjei

The prospects of new way of ‘respectable living’ and of social advancement held out by education created in the country’s youth a thirst for knowledge that remained strong and insatiable in the later part of the nineteen century. However, educational facilities at the time could not match the youth’s enthusiasm for school. If elementary school education were grossly inadequate, those for secondary education were virtually non-existent, and nearly all ambitious young men who wanted higher education went to overseas or Sierra Leone.

It was to satisfy the urgent need for a secondary school that would provide good tuition at reasonable cost to the non-affluent sector of Accra and its environs that four young men all below thirty years of age established the Accra Academy.

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