The aquaponics project in action.
The grand opening of the science labs in November 2019.
Breaking ground on the new sports facilities space.
Students using the athletics track in 2017.
EDP staff and volunteers using the office space.
Student theatre performance in the Valerie Dix Hall.
Fully stocked nurse bay- 2017.
Swimming pool in 2016.
Construction of the first phase started in 2009
Under the acting headmaster Seth's supervision, sowing the grass around the school took a whole 6 months!
The first phase of building was finally completed in 2010
And we kept on planting ... Awutu-Winton is a little oasis in the midst of the surrounding madness!
Building of the second phase started in 2011
Both phases were built by Eddie Quarshie and his team, supervised by surveyor Baffour Osei
In need of a lick of paint! Volunteers from both Newcastle University and Winton School Andover helped AWSHS students paint the building
And voila! The second phase was completed by end of 2011
Construction of the assembly/examinations hall started in Feb 2013
Nearly ready- just in need of some colour!
All were present at the grand opening in November 2013
With two classroom blocks, a science lab, IT lab, library, staff rooms, EDP office, AbroFresh production hall, assembly/examinations hall, tons of green space and 230 very happy students, AWSHS is very much the talk of the town!
EDP volunteers and Project Managers and the Lifeguards at the school pool
The introduction of the swimming pool has been an amazing opportunity for our students to learn how to swim.
The swimming pool was kindly donate by the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation
The Learn to Swim Program is designed to help students become confident swimmers, enabling our students to be safer and to gain access to more employment opportunities, namely in fishing.