Konongo Odumase Senior High School is a relatively young institution. But over the years we have developed a deep commitment to broadening the educational and economic horizons of our students and to facilitating the theoretical and applied research endeavors of our faculty. Our talented faculty, and dedicated administrators and staff labor painstakingly to ensure that our students fulfill their educational dreams. What is more, we are committed to the fulfillment of those dreams by habituating best practices, mindful of Aristotle’s dictum: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”
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New Classroom Block
Achievements is what is expected from this new classroom block.
With great potentials, happy student and excellent faculty we will
get there and become the great leaders of Ghana.
Presentation of PTA Achievements.
Anuanum USA branch hosted an annual conference!!
SHS wins inter-schools debate competition.
Senior High School (SHS) in the Asante-Akim North District of
Ashanti, at the weekend emerged winners in the regional version of
the 51st Independence Anniversary Debate Competition held in
The school obtained an overall score of 35 points to
win the competition, which had as its topic: “Ethnic Association in
our Tertiary Institutions is a sign of National disunity”.
against the motion, Konongo-Odumasi argued very well to beat the
other 18 schools from
the other districts and will by that feat, represent the Region in
the National Debate Competition scheduled for March this year.
competition was organized by the Ghana Education Service (GES) and
forms part of activities marking the commemoration of Ghana's 51st
Prempeh College, Tepa SHS, Ntonso
Adventist SHS and Amanianpong SHS placed second, third, fourth and
fifth, scoring 34.8 points, 32.6, 30 and 28.5 points in that
In an address, Mr Joseph Onyinah, Kumasi Metropolitan
Director of Education, urged students to cultivate the habit of
reading and research to enable them to broaden their knowledge-base
and debating skills.
He also urged them to be disciplined by
observing the rules and regulations of their schools since the nation
looked up to them to take up the mantle of leadership in future.