October 11, 2013

A two-storey new school block for the Roka International Complex at Fise in the Ga West Municipality has been inaugurated.

In his inauguration address Mr Moses Anim, the Member of Parliament for Amasaman-Trobu, said quality education continued to remain the single pathway to success and development.

He, therefore, called on families, institutions, communities, individuals and business organizations to join hands with government in providing educational system that would meet the aspiration of the nation and future generations.

Mr Anim said the initiative of Madam Kissiwa Osei, the Proprietress, and her management in putting up the school was in the right direction and congratulated them.

He appealed to the government to support private schools to compliment national efforts in enhancing quality education.

Naa Densua I, Queenmother of Fise, appealed to women to let the education of their children to be their priority.

Madam Osei appealed to the government to extend some of the facilities enjoyed by the public schools to private ones to support brilliant but needy children.

The school has 32 classrooms from the crèche to Junior High School with facilities such as science laboratory, libraries, computer science laboratory, dinning-hall with kitchen and a sickbay (infirmary).

The rest are an administration block, games complex (basketball, lawn tennis, handball, netball, football) and a recreational centre.

The school was established 14 years ago and it has a student population of 820, 44 teachers and 10 non-teaching staff.