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On 30th June 2022, Godfred Aseda Obeng (a past student of Hope College) and Hope College received awards from WAEC during WAEC's Distinction Awards Ceremony for best-performing candidates and schools in Accra.

The ceremony was for the 2020 and 2021 WASSCE as the awards could not be held last year owing to COVID.

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Posted December 10, 2021

The members of the 2020 graduating class were exceptional in their performance at the West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Among the many commendable results were those of Godfred Aseda Obeng and Mawusenam Kwofie Akuaku who scored 8A1s. Godfred Obeng Aseda was adjudged by the West Africa Examination Counsel (WAEC) as the overall second best candidate in the whole of Ghana and West Africa.

WAEC has released the results for the 2021 WASSCE and our students did not disappoint. Benjamin Elikem Kumah, the valedictorian for the graduating class, emerged with 8A1s. There have been many other commendable results like Isaac Koomson (7A1s & 1B), Joshua Lartey Lartey, Akua Ansah , Divine Buadoo and Adika Nathaniel (6As &2Bs). Comfort Oderoha, Bridget Teye, Samuel Amoako and Esinam Yao-Dablu all made 5As & 3Bs. There have been many other wonderful results, with an improvement in the overall performance compared to that of the 2020 graduating class.



On Monday, May 30, 2022 a new wellness centre and a bakery were inaugurated for Hope College. The school was blessed to have hosted a number of dignitaries who graced the occasion. These included Nana Abor Atta II, the chief of Gomoa-Fetteh and Twafohen of the Gomoa Akyempim traditional area and his elders, Elder John Sackey, the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Village of Hope and the Chisholm family from the United States of America. Also present were the Management team from the Village of Hope Group Office, Heads of Hope College, teachers and students. Apart from these were parents of Hope Children’s Village and students from Hope Christian Academy, our sister school.

In his speech, Nana Abor Atta II expressed profound appreciation to the management of the Village of Hope and Hope College for the good work done so far. He was hopeful that the two facilities would be put to good use. He promised his support for future projects.

Mr Bob Chisholm, who spoke on behalf of the family, was excited that the dream of their mother, (Karen Chisholm) after whom the wellness centre was named, was being fulfilled. He mentioned that being a kind and caring mother, Karen, who lived to serve the good of others would have been excited at the gesture. The Karen Chisholm Wellness Centre is a twenty-bed capacity facility with separate toilet facilities for both sexes. It has a waiting and treatment area as well.

A bakery was commissioned shortly afterwards. It would serve the entire Village of Hope community and would help improve quality of meals that students are served with.

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Posted December 10, 2021

On Wednesday, March 23, 2022 the school had the rare opportunity of hosting the learned Professor Williams Abayaawen Atuilik, who is the President of the Institute of Chartered Accounts, Ghana (ICAG). Prof. Atuilik, who also doubles as the Provost of Heritage Christian University College in Accra inspired students with the story of his remarkable rise to prominence from very humble beginnings.

He recalled how as a young boy, he used to hawk on the streets of Accra, selling banana and roast groundnut. In spite of many daunting challenges, he rose above them with determination to reach such lofty heights.

He encouraged the students to pay attention to their period of preparation in school. He said that all that one may do later in life, hinged on one’s efforts at the stage of preparation. Prof Atuilik asked the excited students to apply themselves diligently to all noble pursuits of their youth, stressing that they would not regret it.

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Posted December 10, 2021


After the three hard years of demanding and thorough academic work and training in preparation for a meaningful and impactful life, our final year students get to crown their time in Hope College in the splendor of academic glory. Each year’s graduation ceremony is carefully planned and celebrated splendid grandeur. The graduation ceremony is preceded by a memorable dinner night. The graduation ceremony for the 2021 graduating class followed in the same vein.

Celebrated Ghanaian lawyer and journalist, Mr Nii Arday Clegg was our guest speaker and special guest of honour. He inspired our students to stretch themselves, dream and think beyond their horizon. Hardworking students were presented with awards for their hard work in emerging as best students in their various subjects. Notable among them were Christabel Koomson who won the Character Award, Britney Addison for Service and Leadership Awards, Akua Ohenewa Ansah who took away six awards and Benjamin Elikem Kumah who was adjudged the Valedictorian for the 2021 graduating class. For his prize, he had brand new laptop, a set of books and a certificate.


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Posted April 10, 2022

Sports and exercise are important aspects of the life of every individual. This month, Hope College took a two-day break (March 11 & 12, 2022) from classroom activities to organize internal sporting activity sessions. The students took part in various sporting activities such as soccer, volleyball, sack race, and basketball. It was a friendly but intense battle among the students to prove which grade was the best at sports.

After the two days of activities, the 12th grade boys of Hope College met the boys from Hope Christian Academy in the finals of the soccer tournament and Hope College came out victorious. Meanwhile, the girls of Hope Christian Academy defeated the girls of Hope College in their final soccer match.

After many games, the Hope College 12th graders met the 11th graders in the basketball finals and at the end of the match, it was a massive win for the 12th grade students. They won by 32 - 15 points. Finally, in the volleyball match-up, the Hope College 12th grade boys and girls faced the 11th grade boys and girls respectively. After about 30 minutes per game, the 12th grade students won both matches and it was a moment of emotion and excitement for them.

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