Do you know the high schools your favourite Ghanaian celebrity attended??
Some have always shared the information with the world citing that this was the place that helped them unearth their talents in the entertainment industry.
Others on the hand have been tight-lipped about such information. In this article, we share with you their high school, the courses they took, positions held among other important facts.
For instance, Joselyn Dumas was the entertainment prefect of her school whiles Medikal was quite popular with school authorities as he was almost expelled on a number of occassion.
Sarkodie and Stonebwoy were year mates when they attended the Methodist Day School in Tema. Majid Michel and Van Vicker are both old boys of the Mfantsipim School in Cape Coast as well as members of the Drama Club. Kwesi Arthur is quoted to have said he attended the Tema Senior High School but has not received his certificate due to failure to offset his arrears.
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Joselyn Dumas attended the Archbishop Porter Girls where she became the Entertainment Prefect.
Mfantsiman Senior High School
Asamoah’s Gyana football career begun after he left Accra Academy where he also played for the school team.
Jane Efya Awindor attended the Yaa Asantewaa Girls Senior High School in Kumasi.
Sarkodie was a visual art student in his alma mater, Methodist Day Senior High School (Medass) in Tema.
Shatta Wale attended the Winneba Secondary School
Wanlov the Kubolor attended Adisadel College
Actor and Pastor, Majid Michel is an old boy of Mfantsipim Senior High School in Cape Coast also known as Botwe. According to school records, he was actively involved in theatre and was a member of the school’s Drama Club. As a member of the drama club, he received a Best Actor Award in one of their performances on Emancipation Day in Cape Coast, Ghana
John Dumelo is an old student of the Grey City better known as Achimota School.
Jackie Appiah attended the Havaard Senior High School
Stonebwoy attended the Methodist Day Senior High School (Medass) with rapper, Sarkodie
Adjetey Annang popularly known as “Pusher” is a prominent old student of Labone Senior High School
Rebecca Acheampong was an old student of the Wesley Girls High School
Pop Artist, Creative Director, model and Environmentalist from Ghana, Deborah Vanessa a.ka. Sister Derby attended the Wesley Girls Senior High in Cape Coast
Ghanaian rapper, Medikal attended the Odorgonno Senior High School and was quite popular with school authorities.
Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi popularly known as Bola Ray is a Bleeobi. He attended the Accra Academy Senior High School in Kaneshie and is constantly celebrated by the school and it’s old Boy’s association
Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku
Naa Ashorkor was the Vice-President of the Students Representative Council (SRC) in Benkum Senior High School
Kofi Okyere Darko
K.O.D is an old student of Nifa Senior High School
Berla Addardey attended Achimota Senior High School
Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Aba is part of the Nananom family as she attended Ghana National College a.k.a Osagyefo’s own school.
Nadia Buari attended the Mfantsiman Girls’ Senior High School in Saltpond, Central Region
Yvonne Nelson attended Aggrey Memorial Senior High School where she used to mount on stage and rap some bars.
Joe B whose real name is Paa Kwesi Bannerman-Martin Accra High Senior High School
Dennis Nana Dwamena, better known as KiDi had his high school education at the Accra Academy Senior High School
Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior popularly known as Kwesi Arthur had his high school education at the Tema Senior High School
Gregory Promise Bortey Newman known by his showbiz moniker, King Promise is an old student of the Nungua Senior High School
Mzvee is an old girl of the St. Mary’s Senior High School, Korle Gonno
Joe Mettle attended the Accra Academy School
Ghana National College
St. Mary’s Girls
Desmond Blackmore popularly known as D-Black attended Pope John Senior High School but was rusticated by school authorities