On Friday, 10th February, 2017 as part of the 180th Anniversary Celebrations of Wesley Girls’ High School, the various projects undertaken by some year groups of the Old Girls’ Association were dedicated for usage. Led by Rev. Ebenezer K. Abaka-Wilson, the Diocesan Bishop of the Cape Coast Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana, and assisted by the school chaplain, Rev. Franklin Aidoo, with the Headmistress, Mrs. Betty Djokoto as well as an appreciable number of old girls representing their various year groups in attendance, the following projects were dedicated;
|Renovation of Solar Project for Bellamy House||1990/1992|
|Mechanized Borehole for Kitchen and Kitchen Equipment||1996|
|Solar Panels for Street Lights||1976|
|Water Supply System for Whole School||1986|
|Renovation of French Laboratory||2006|
|Renovation of Finch Library||1996|
The immense contributions of the formidable Old Girls’ Association of this prestigious school never go unnoticed. The beneficiaries of all these acts of benevolence would like to express their profound gratitude to all those who contributed in diverse ways to provide the aforementioned.