Golden Pride International School
Golden Pride International School

Golden Pride’s two – hectare site would host around 2,000 students when completed, a statement by Appolonia Group copied to the Ghana News Agency said.

Golden Pride International School
Golden Pride International School
It said the school whose construction is due to commence in August this year would employ about 200 teaching and non-teaching staff.

Speaking on his plans for the Appolonia Campus, Philip Cobbinah, the Proprietor of the Golden Pride International School, said “Appolonia is Ghana’s urban future, and the move to establish a campus here is a step into that future. Golden Pride is a school which grooms students to become visionary leaders, and Appolonia is an ideal example of what we teach our students to work towards.”

The statement said the school would offer both Ghanaian and British educational curricula, from pre-school to high school levels.

It said the modern facilities, which would include science and computer labs coupled with a variety of recreational facilities, would commence operation in September 2018.

“With a reputation for high quality learning, Golden Pride International School is fast becoming a household name in Ghana,” said Holger Adam, Country Head of Rendeavour, the developer of Appolonia.

“The Appolonia campus will offer parents within Appolonia and neighboring communities an opportunity to provide their children with quality education without compromise.”

The Golden Pride International School was established in 2010 to provide quality education at an international standard to Ghanaians. It currently operates a campus at Millennium City at Kasoa.

Appolonia, a partnership between Rendeavour, Africa’s leading urban land developer and local communities, is a fully master planned, mixed-use and mixed-income urban development in the Greater Accra Metropolitan area.

The project is being developed for residential properties, retail and other commercial centres, as well as schools, healthcare and other social infrastructure.

Source: GNA/News Ghana



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