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Cape Coast: Schools get busy as new students arrive, begin registration

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Registration is underway in Secondary Schools across the country for first year students. In Cape Coast, Correspondent Kingsley Nana Boadu visited some Senior High Schools and reports that parents and guardians from far and near have trooped to the city to ensure their wards are safely placed in schools of their choice. Reports indicates the registration exercise has been smooth so far.

The news team visited the St. Augustine and Mfantispim Schools. Both campuses had many parents and guardians who had trooped to the place to help their wards go through the final registration process. Despite the busy atmosphere authorities reported that the exercise had been smooth so far.

At the St. Augustine’s College, most of the students registered online and that relieved pressure on the authorities, the students were required to present printed copies of their prospectus and registration slips to confirm admission.

The head master of St. Augustine’s College, Mr. Henry Arthur Gyan said  the College had not confronted any challenge. According to him, 839 students have been posted to the school. Out of the number more than 300 students had registered and are already in school as at Thursday afternoon.

At the Mfantsipim Senior High School, the atmosphere was equally busy. The traffic Jam at the school’s entrance explained it all. Parents and guardians had one task, to place their wards safely in the school of their choice.

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