St. Peter’s Senior High School from a humble beginning, has gradually developed to become one of the best Second-Cycle schools in the country today. The school has produced many brilliant scholars and gentlemen who occupy very responsible positions in all fields of human endeavors both within and outside Ghana. The school’s academic performance over the years has been very good. The performance of the school in the National Science and Maths Quiz organized by Primetime Ltd. and the Ministry of Education has been very remarkable. As the saying goes, “A healthy mind is to be found in a healthy body”, the school therefore has been participating actively and very successfully in sporting activities at the Zonal, Regional and National levels.
National Science & Maths Quiz
1998 – Persco placed second in the National Science & Maths Quiz.
2000 – Persco won the National Science & Maths Quiz trophy the first time.
2002 – Persco took the second position in the National Science & Maths Quiz competition
2004 – Persco placed second in the National Science & Maths Quiz competition.
2005 – Persco won the National Science & Maths Quiz trophy for the second time.
2006 – Persco took the second position in the National Science & Maths Quiz competition.
‘A’ Level / SSSCE / WASSCE
The school has been obtaining 100% pass in the A’ Level, Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) and recently in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). It is among the first twenty schools on the SSSCE merit table released by the Ministry of Education for 2003, 2004 and 2006.
Over the years the performance of science students in the GCE Ordinary and Advance levels, SSSCE and WASSCE have been excellent. The following buttress this point;
1991 – Master Methudius Tuuli emerged the Best Science Student in Ghana and the overall best Science candidate in West Africa at the GCE Advance level in the old system of education.
1997 – Master Benjamin Abban was also the Best Science and overall Best Science candidate in SSSCE in Ghana.
2008 – Apart from scoring 100% passes, the following students obtained Grade A in all 8 subjects entered for WASSCE.
1. Alhassan Abarika A. Hassan
2. Djugba Charles
3. Rubayiza Jean-Benedict
4. Quaye Reginald
5. Yeboah Van-Johannes
6. Waja David Lala
2009 WASSCE – The results for this year was exceptional in the sense that candidates scored 100% passes in all 19 subjects registered for. Out of the 299 candidates presented, 296 of them (99%) qualified for tertiary institutions. 29 of them had aggregate 6.
2012 – Apart from scoring 100% passes, the following students obtained grade A1 in all 8 subjects entered for WASSCE. They are: (1). Addo Andy (2) Adomako Miichael (3) Agyekum Alexander Baafi (4) Addo Prince Amoabeng (5) Asare Owusu Philip (6) Amoafo Emmanuel Boadi (7) Annan Albert Kobina (8) Asante Benjamin Ofosu (9) Asamoah Yeboah Kwadwo (10) Asante Andrew Kwame (11) Barrigah Preddy Tettey (12) Budu-Arthur Theophilus (13) Obeng Amponsah Kwaku (14) Odame-Kumi Nicholas Kwasi (15) Odoi Jude Robert (16) Aggrey Prince Amoabeng (17) Danquah Daniel Damptey (18) Dorkenoo Samuel Kweku (19) Eshun Ekow Damti (20) Habada Prosper Yaw (21) Henneh Kinsford Kwame (22) Jones Justice (23) Torsoo Prince Mawuli (24) Karim Desmond Abdul (25) Clottey Nii Michael (26) Mantey Julian (27) Corquaye Richard S. (28) Nuamah Francis Fiifi (29) Antwi Obed (30) Asante Emmanuel (31) Alkabeo Bernard Ayinbome (32) Kalamey Emmanuel (33) Maga Yussif Musa (34) Nonu Asiwome Kwaku (35) Osei Kwabena Opoku