The school is aimed at training members on the core values of the NDC.
The Director of Elections of the party, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo who disclosed this said that the school will train its members on the core values of the NDC.
He told Accra-based Peace FM that the aim of the school is also to help party members acquire in-depth knowledge of the values and objectives of the party.
He believes that the move will enable the party regain power in the next election.
“Let’s respect the party. Let’s work for the party . . . I believe that the NDC will rise up again and will form the next government – God willing – come the year 2020,” he said.
The NDC recently marked its 25th year anniversary at Ashaiman in the Greater Accra Region.
Several party bigwigs, including former president John Mahama were present at the rally.
Mr Rawlings used the opportunity to call on the party to always uphold the principles of truth and integrity in all their endeavours.
"I'm beginning to hear about unity, unity, unity in the air. It's a beautiful sound and I like it very much. But unity comes at a price... and it's not asking for plenty of money. It's only asking for truthfulness, integrity, [and] sincerity," he said.