Extracurricular

Crossing the finish line
Crossing the finish line

The joy of crossing the finish line after ten long miles

Team spirit
Team spirit

Team spirit during the Great Ghana Run

Cheering on team AWSHS
Cheering on team AWSHS

Students cheering on their peers to complete the Great Ghana Run

Photo finish at the Great Ghana Run
Photo finish at the Great Ghana Run

Crossing the finish line in the Great Ghana Run

In uniform
In uniform

Many girls, as well as boys, are keen members of the cadets club

Marching on
Marching on

There are usually cadets displays at every official event

Sport at AWSHS
Sport at AWSHS

Sport, especially football, is incredibly popular amongst the students

Goal!
Goal!

Students are excited about the soon-to-be-completed, brand new sports pitch where they will be able to play football and do athletics

Over the net
Over the net

Volleyball is also a popular sport, and is played during lunch time as well as in an after school club. There are often inter-house tournaments, where students can get extremely competitive!

What a blast
What a blast

Music is an integral part of West African culture. Here, members of the music club show off their skills at a ceremony

Percussionists
Percussionists

The percussionists are an essential element of music club

Tra-la-la!
Tra-la-la!

Singing is very popular at AWSHS and members of the singing club always perform at events

Dancing girls
Dancing girls

Ghanaians love to dance; here a group of rhythmic girls from the dance club are performing

Real rhythm
Real rhythm

Another member of the dance club making some impressive moves!

Science club
Science club

Members of the science club also learn about the environment and sustainable development

Carpentry club
Carpentry club

Members of the carpentry club started off making simple things and have now progressed on to more challenging projects!

Trips
Trips

Students are taken on school trips as much as possible- the most common excursion is to Cape Coast where students can visit the old capital and what was once the busiest port for the horrific slave trade