The School currently runs a curriculum based on both the Ghanaian and the British educational system. Pupils in the primary are taught using a hybrid curricula, the GES curriculum fused with the British Pre-IGCSE, which has recently been introduced.
In the Secondary Department, we prepare pupils for the BECE, which they attempt after 3 years of junior high school. In the Senior High level, students are prepared for the WASSCE and the Cambridge O'Levels. The O'Level Exam however is optional for those students interested in pursuing it. At this level, we offer courses in General Arts, Science, Business, Home Economics and Visual Arts.
This hybrid curriculum goes a long way to enhance teaching and learning and also gives our pupils the advantage of having a multi- dimensional approach to solving problems along with critical thinking.
Hon. Y. B. Asamoah donated a number of Mathematical Sets to St. Peter's Mission Sch. on Friday, June 2 2016 The MP made this donation at a time when final year students of the Junior High School were preparing to write the... read more
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), has released provisional results for the 2016 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). A statement from the council outlined that, 460, 930 candidates from 14,267 schools sat... read more