Aburi Girls' Secondary School(ABUGISS)
Aburi Girls Senior High School nyɛla shikuru shɛli bɛ ni daa kpa yuuni 1946 ka di daa pili go ni shikuru bihi paɣaba bandaa nyɛ ayopoin. Ayi lihi, Di daa kpala yuuni 1852 din daa niŋ ka Basel Missionaries daa kpa primary Shikuru zaŋ ti paɣaba bi yiŋ dundɔŋ ni. Shikuru maa daa na kul ben-mi hali ka Scottish Mission daa ti deeli world War I. Yuuni 1920 ka teacher bihi wuhibu daa piligi mpahi mayan ka lehi gba wuhibu. Yunni 1946 ka Secondary shikuru daa kpa ni teacher bihi bɔhimbu.
Shikuru bihi du gbera maa shɛŋa n-nyɛ Aberdeen House Irene Anderson House Sylvia Asempa House Barradale House Chapel House Edinburgh House Kilsyth House Royal Park House
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Senior High School Akosua Adomako Ampofo, Ghanaian academic, sociologist and professor of Gender studies and African studies at the University of Ghana Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh, photojournalist Vida Akoto-Bamfo, justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana (2009 – 2019) Gloria Akuffo, current Attorney-general of Ghana and Minister of Justice Sylvia Anie, chemist, Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, received an award from the Old Students Association of Aburi Girls’ Senior High School recognizing her contributions to scientific knowledge. Francisca Ashietey-Odunton, journalist, broadcaster and diplomat Abena Brigidi, investment analyst author and speaker Esi Awuah, Ghanaian academic;foundation vice chancellor of the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Ghana Matilda Baffour Awuah, Security expert, former Director General of the Ghana Prisons Service Christine Alexandra Clerk, physician and epidemiologist Elsie Effah Kaufmann, current Host of the National Science and Math Quiz and biomedical engineering scholar Lovelace Johnson, active Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana (2019–) Ofie Kodjoe, American-Ghanaian singer, actress, radio presenter and motivational speaker Deloris Frimpong Manso, entrepreneur, television and radio show host, producer, public speaker and Women's Advocate Ernestina Naadu Mills, educator and former First Lady of Ghana Ellen Serwaa Nee-Whang, retired Ghanaian diplomat Abena Oduro, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Ghana Rose Constance Owusu, justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana (2008 – 2014) Akosua Adoma Perbi, Ghanaian author and history professor Cina Soul, singer-songwriter and recording artist Johanna Odonkor Svanikier, diplomat Theresa Amerley Tagoe, Ghanaian politician