Adisadel College is 110 years today as one of the oldest and greatest schools in Ghana. The school was established on 4th January 1910.
The school post on its twitter handle sighted by NewsGhana24 read…
“On this day 1910: We celebrate 110 years of unparalleled achievements in all spheres of life. We thank God & those who guilded the school with their fame for how far they brought us. Let those who come after take up our story & may it be worthy of singing again.”
Adisadel College is 110 years and this has been a long big journey in the life of the school.
On this day 1910: We celebrate 110 years of unparalleled achievements in all spheres of life. We thank God & those who guilded the school with their fame for how far they brought us. Let those who come after take up our story & may it be worthy of singing again. pic.twitter.com/swt35eRo6J
— Adisadel College (@AdisadelColIege) January 4, 2020
History of Adisadel College
Adisadel College is one one of Ghana’s the oldest established educational institutions in Africa for children at Cape Coast
It was opened on the 4th. The typical English Public high school was built in January 1910.
The initial name of the school was the grammar school of the S.P.G. (Society for the Propagation of the Gospel) Grammar School.
It was later transformed into St. Nicholas ‘ Grammar School and eventually became Adisadel College after being moved to Adisadel on the fringes of Ghana’s Cape Coast.
The school was founded in the Cape Coast, near Christ Church and the castle, in the year 1910. The school started in a humble storey building at Topp Yard.
Over the 110 tears of this great school, a lot has changed from its humble beginning. The second cycle school commenced with just twenty-nine (29) students in 1910
The school’s population rose in 1935 to about 200 boys when it turned 25.
The Golden Jubilee year of the school in 1960 recorded nearly two thousand (2000), students in 2018.
The founder of the school was the Right Reverend Dr. Nathaniel Temple Hamlyn of the Anglican Church.
His objective was to provide Anglican parents ‘ children with educational opportunities of the grammar type in the establishment of the School.
In particular, it aimed at providing a training ground for well-equipped staff for the work of the Church.
Msgr. Hamlyn amply realized his goal, immortalizing himself in the School’s annals.
The past 110 years of the school has been filled with remarkable heights of achievement in academics and sports.
Today, Adisadel College is 110yrs and it is the country’s second-oldest secondary school in Ghana. It is acclaimed at one of the rare famous second cycle schools in sub-Saharan Africa after Mfantsipim School the first secondary school to be established in Ghana by the Methodist Church in 1876.