Holy Child School was established in March 1946 when Archbishop William Thomas Porter (SMA) of the Gold Coast Colony Vicariate invited the Sisters of the Society of Holy Child Jesus, a religious order known for its “excellent teaching” in England to open the first Catholic Girls Secondary School in the country.
We are proud of all Alumni of our great institution, your information will be cherished by the school.
The school offers courses in Home Economics, Visual Arts, General Arts, Business and Science. Before 1955, students did their sixth form course at St Augustine’s College. The School’s academic record has been one of the best in Ghana.