GES This is the approved fee for Senior High Schools

First year day students are expected to pay Ȼ560 while first year boarders are to pay Ȼ1,022.20.

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The Ghana Education Service (GES) has indicated that the approved fees for first year boarding students in the second cycle institutions for the 2016/2017 academic year is Ȼ1,022.20.

This was contained in a list of approved fees sent to the schools and copied to the media.

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First-year day students are expected to pay Ȼ560.

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Continuing students who are boarders are expected to pay Ȼ487.20 while continuing day students are to pay Ȼ20.

Find below the breakdown of the approved fees.

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