Newsletter - May 2019

10th May, 2019

“And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.

For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry”.  
– Habakkuk 2:2-3

Theme for the term:


“We aim to continually and diligently build the WORLD’S GREATEST SCHOOL in the minds, hearts and lives of all who know and will ever know it”.

We welcome all our parents and children back from the Easter holiday.  As far as we know, all our children and their parents are well and for this, we are grateful to God.

The school has always emphasized moral values.  Respect for time is one of such values.  The reporting of students on time and the picking of them is an essential point in this school.  It is not advisable that our students are left alone hours after the closing time when almost all of the teachers have gone home.  We count therefore on the cooperation of our parents in this regard.


37 registered candidates sat the school’s Cambridge Primary & Secondary checkpoint examinations at the school premises Community 12, Tema from 23rd to 26th of April, 2019.

We are delighted to report that the strict external Invigilators rated our candidates’ as highly exceptional, disciplined and composed. Our candidates’ level of independence, responsibility and confidence could be attributed to the rigorous preparation they received right from the inception of the Cambridge Programme in the school.

The results of the examination will be released by CIE within 8 school weeks.  This will be communicated to parents in due course.

We wish to express our sincere gratitude to parents for their unflinching support.


From the 10th to 14th June, 2019, the fourteenth batch of the Angels Junior High School students will be sitting for the 2019 BECE. Management urges all parents and guardians to support them with prayers. We wish all our students success in the upcoming BECE. May the good Lord be with them throughout the period.

2019/2020 ADMISSION

Admission for the 2019/2020 academic year is ongoing.  For further enquiries kindly call 0302918090/0200309050. We appreciate your support towards the development of our noble school.


We continue to remind parents of the school’s policy on school fees payment.  Parents with a child in the school should have MADE FULL PAYMENT (100%) of their wards’ fees by now. However, parents who have two or more children have the option of paying (75%) of their total fees and the rest before the resumption of mid-trimester break. Pupils whose parents fail to abide by the school fees payment policy will be asked to stay out of class as from Monday, May 13, 2019.


As part of preparations for academic work for the term and beyond, careful thought has been given to raising standards at all levels. At the same time, we are poised at making the vision plain as enshrined in the term’s theme.

With the Cambridge International Primary and Secondary Checkpoint examinations behind us, the ongoing IGCSE and the BECE beckoning to us from the not-too-distant horizon, we have had to put in place measures to ensure we achieve the optimum.

Teachers have been encouraged to use approaches that enhance learning as well as test, that support the curriculum rather than distort it, and that pursue high standards in all areas of learning.

Thank you.





Why Choose Us

  • We have a rich school culture with our pupils and students coming from over 20 nationalities including the UK, USA, Nigeria, Canada, China, India and other African Countries.
  • Outstanding curricula pursued in strict accordance with :
    1. Cambridge Assessment International Education
    2. Ghana Education Service


  • Angels School was crowned most talented at the S.O.S Talento Expo.
  • KEVIN KUUKU NKRUMAH, a 5th Grade Student of Angels Specialist School International placed second in the Amazing Child Contest organized by TV Africa.
  • Angels School 8th Grade Student, Jessica Penu, Won The National Spelling Bee Champion For 2011
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