|Our Lady of Apostles Girls Senior High School|
Market Road, Ola, Ho
|Other name||OLA Girls Senior High School|
|School type||All Girls School|
|Motto||Vitam Praesta Puram|
|Founder||Bishop Anthony Konings|
|Oversight||Ministry of Education|
|Head of school||Benedicta A. Afesi|
|Classes offered||Home Economics, General Science, General Arts,Visual Arts, Business|
Our Lady of Apostles Girls Senior High School is an all female second cycle institution in Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana.
OLA Senior High School was established on 1 February 1954 by Bishop Anthony Konings in Keta with 35 students. The school started from the borrowed premises of the convent boarding school for girls and the nearby middle school building which was converted into classrooms, dining hall and a dormitory block..
Providing quality and holistic education for academic and moral excellence in a disciplined school environment through technology.
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