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Each year, the Wesley Girls’ High School community comes together with one heart and one voice to sing songs of praise and thanksgiving to God for all He has done. The annual Harvest celebration which took place, November 27, 2016, was no different as students and staff came together to present their token of gratitude to the Lord Almighty.


Past students of Wesley Girls’ High School not only cherish their alma mater but do everything within their means to give back to the great institution. It therefore did not come as a shock as the ’86 year group in their preparation toward this year’s 180th Speech and Prize Giving Day decided to launch the first ever mentorship program for final year students of the school. This august occasion was held in the school’s chapel.


“You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit- fruit that will last. Then the father will give you whatever you ask in my name.” The word ‘incoming’ was finally removed from their titles as on Sunday, 5th March 2017, the new prefects were officially made to take up the mantle.


In commemoration of the deeds and achievements of the founding mothers of Wesley Girls’ High School, morning assembly from Monday, 6th February to Friday, 10th February, 2017 took a different twist as the student body was given the opportunity to remind the school community of the toil and sacrifices of their pioneers.
Ebenezer; Keep the fire burning; We are shaping the girl today for the woman tomorrow; Flight from the past; and Gendus (Genesis + Exodus), were the themes around which the girls worked to present their “Edzikanfo”.
In poems, plays and renditions of songs, explosive creativity and innovation of the girls came to their zenith as an educative, yet entertaining trip was taken down memory lane, even to the time Mrs. Harriet Wrigley sowed a seed of sacrifice whose fruits can still be seen today.
Mrs. Betty Djokoto recounted the history of the school so as to remind her precious ones of their rich roots.
As usual, the school’s expatriate friend, Ms. Larad, together with teachers of the school, was present at each day’s performance.
The 180th edition of Edzikanfo Week Celebrations left indelible didactic inscriptions on the hearts and minds of the girls.

Adikanfo 2017
Report by:
Akorfa Dawson
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jesus festival 2017
As has been the custom for over a decade, the Wesley Girls’ High school community paused its scholastic routine to hold the annual revival dubbed, "Jesus Festival".


dedication of projects 2017
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
Chain Saw 1956
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

dedication of projects - 2017
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.

Report by:
Dawson Akorfa

180th anniversary speech and prize giving day - 2017

180th speech day

The 180th anniversary celebration of Wesley Girls’ High School was magnificently climaxed by the much anticipated Speech and Prize-giving Day Ceremony on 11th February, 2017. This year’s event was celebrated under the theme, “Redefining our Collaboration with our Stakeholders after 180 Years: the Way Forward.”


180th anniversary and thanksgiving serviceIt was a very humbling moment for Wesley Girls’ High School as very old, old and recent old girls as well as well-wishers joined hands at the Calvary Methodist Church, Adabraka, on Sunday, 18th September, 2016, to express their profound gratitude to God for His ultimate role in the survival and successes of the school over the years.