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Aglionby library Administration Block The academy operated as a day-school for some time after its inception till it began accommodating students in Claremont House, a single-storey building adjoining Ellen House. Accommodation was limited and therefore was only offered to students in special circumstances.
Due to a steady increase in the number of applicants applying for enrolment in the academy, the academy's administrators began preparations to relocate the academy to a larger and permanent site.
The initial site that was acquired to relocate the school was situated at Kokomlemle ; however, this site had to be abandoned as a result of a prolonged litigation concerning the ownership of the land.
A second site, which was located at Korle Gonno, was also given up because of its remote location. The search for a new school site ended in when Halm-Addo succeeded in lobbying the Convention People's Party government to relocate and expand the academy as part of its accelerated development plan.
In September of the same year, both staff and students relocated from Ellen House to the present site at Bubuashie.
A ceremony to officially recognise the academy's relocation to Bubuashie was held in February and A.
Dowuona-Hammond, then Minister of Education declared the new school site opened. The academy acquired the nickname Little Legon shortly after the new school site was commissioned, when some students from the Western Region who had gained admission into the University of Ghanareported at the academy instead of the University of Ghana, apparently confused by the close similarity between the infrastructure of both educational institutions.
A dormitory block to serve as a residential facility for students was completed later in Academy administrators introduced a sixth-form department.
The sixth-form department was not restricted to only graduates from the academy, and applicants from other schools were admitted. The courses offered in sixth form were in the arts and science disciplines only, business study was introduced in September Fifteen Arts students and eight Science students were offered admission into the Sixth Form for the —62 academic year.
Female students were admitted into the sixth form, beginning with the first batch of girls for the —91 academic year. Inthe Provisional National Defense Council permitted the academy to operate as a semi-autonomous educational institution, together with 10 other secondary schools upon acknowledgement by the Secretary of Education, K.
Gaining entry into the academy is competitive,  and open to students who have completed Junior high school.
Curriculum[ edit ] 81st Anniversary Science Exhibition The programmes run in the academy are: As part of their computerized school selection and placement system registration, final year junior high school applicants select four elective courses. Unlike elective courses, core courses are offered to all students, irrespective of their programme of study.
English language, core mathematicssocial studiesintegrated science, ICT core and physical educationhowever, students are only examined both internally and externally as well, in the first five aforementioned courses.
The beginning of the first academic year marks the enrolment of the student in the academy, while the ending of the third academic year marks the graduation of the student.
During their three-year enrollment in the academy, students are provided with text books for their studies, prescribed by the Ghana Education Service.
The academy's curriculum follows the normal senior high school calendar, as such, students are taught from January to December over a period of three terms, comprising a total of 40 weeks per year.
The academic assessment of students is undertaken twice within a term, with students writing a mid-term examination and an end-of-term examination, which both contribute to the students cumulative assessment score.
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