The Pentecost Senior High School, Koforidua (PENSEC-Koforidua) has been upgraded as a Grade “A” Senior High School by the Ghana Education Service (GES).
The upgrade was as a result of the tremendous academic performance of the students in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) organised by West African Examination Council (WAEC) in three consecutive years.
The school, which currently boasts of a student population of over 1,900, has seen significant progress in the past three years in infrastructure development and academic performance.
In the 2019 WASSCE results, the school recorded a tertiary pass rate of 56%, that is, students who obtained A1 to C6 and qualified for admission into tertiary institutions.
The Pentecost Senior High School, Koforidua is one of the 95 educational institutions of The Church of Pentecost managed by the Pentecost Social Services (PENTSOS) Directorate. Formerly a Grade “D” school, PENSEC-Koforidua has now become a force to reckon with in terms of excellent academic performance.