My Life In Wesley Girls High School In Ghana

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My school, Wesley Girls’ High School, in which I take so much pride, is noted as the best High School in Ghana as well as one of the best in West Africa. A careful study of results by the West African Examination Council (WAEC), the main examining body, between 2003 and 2013 showed a pattern of poor results being churned out by various schools year after year. However, Wesley Girls High School was one of the very few schools to maintain consistency in results and thus is blazing the trail of Ghana in the sub region. My school, as a result has attained the status of a national icon with impeccable results year in year out and an equally stellar track record for its graduates. Academic excellence aside, students have other admirable values and …show more content…
Governance in the school and other practices were based on the school’s potent core values which imparted good moral virtues unto me. I was taught the importance of diligence, honesty, hard work and many other core values that have uniquely molded me into the person I am today. My stay in Wesley Girls’ High school was worthwhile because I had excellent moral upbringing, excellent academic enlightenment and not forgetting excellent training in sports. The school undertakes annual athletic competitions between the 9 residential houses as well as competitions against other schools at the regional and national levels. Extracurricular club activities also broadened our scope and kept us healthier, smarter and stronger. Whether it was debating, playing a sport or volunteering your time to out in a nearby village, it was time well …show more content…
I learnt to be principled, law abiding and very time conscious. Time keeping was very key in my school I always had to be a step ahead of time. The daily routine was extremely packed leaving room for no time wasting. I also learnt how to handle myself as a leader as I was privileged to find myself in one leadership position or another and timeliness in such positions was always key. With sports and other club activities all inculcated in this routine, I would have found myself wanting if I did not plan ahead. Among the leadership positions I handled were form leader (leader of my class), decorations committee head of my class and also served on the schools protocol committee (This committee is the heartbeat of the school, we plan the school’s routine and maintain ensure that all the students follow). As a plus, I was a member of my houses ' basketball team, the “Black Mellies”. Excelling in my academics and obeying every single school rule was no longer a choice but a way of life. To me it was simple; I was a leader and therefore had to always live an exemplary

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