Ayisatu Owen International School
|Ayisatu Owen International School|
Techiman, Brong-Ahafo Region,
|School district||Techiman North, Tuobodum|
|Director||Wilfred Owen, Ph.D|
|Grades||Day nursery – junior high school 3|
|Average class size||22|
|Language||English and Twi|
|Color(s)||Blue and white|
The Ayisatu Owen International School is a private international school in Techiman, Ghana.
The school was established in 1997.
The school follows the national curriculum of the Ghana Education Service (GES). The academic year is nine weeks longer than that of the GES, thus providing time for week-long projects: research and presentations, science expos and talent shows.
The school is governed by the shareholders of Reston Enterprises, Ltd (Gh). On-going succession planning favors a distribution of shares to stakeholders in the United States as well as in Ghana (teachers, alumni, PTA, the School Management Committee (SMC)). A five-member PTA executive committee provides input to the management of the school.
The school has been partnered with the For One World, a not-for-profit organization of Old Lyme, Connecticut, since its inception. For One World provides travel grants to international volunteers each year and supports orphans who attend the school.
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