Students of the North Hills International School have exercised their franchise in landmark elections to elect leaders for their school.
The elections saw nine students elected into various positions to lead their fellow students in several sectors of school life.
The ultra-modern school which offers students a wide variety of advantages over their peers, saw the elections go off without a hitch.
The nine newly elected students include a new Head Boy and Head Girl and their assistants, Compound Prefect, Library Prefect, Sports Prefect and Entertainment Prefect.
The students who won the positions include Francisca Ampadu, elected as Head Girl and Nadia Kamal as Assistant Head Girl. Nana Kwame Osei Boakye won the elections for Head Boy, to be assisted by Nana Adusei Ankomah. Brian Opoku was elected the new Compound Prefect, Eromosele Ehize the new Library Prefect and Juanita Sika Ata as the new Sports Prefect, to be assisted by Eric Oduro-Konadu.
The final position was won by Papa Yaw Oduro Amoako, who was elected the new Entertainment Prefect.
North Hills International School is a Cambridge International approved School – one of the very few in Ghana — which has highly trained tutors coupled with expensive yet necessary educational facilities that you wouldn’t find all in one place at most schools in Ghana, even the highly rated ones.
The school has an on-campus guarded swimming pool with a professional swimming instructor, a basketball court, a lawn tennis court, a spacious library stocked with needed books, an up to the minute computer lab, a modern football pitch, and a fully equipped colourful playground for Pre-School.
Classes are kept to a comfortable teacher to student ratio which enables the teachers to have all the needed time to cater to every student in their class.
The school keeps clocking milestone after milestone and with these elections, have constituted a necessary student leadership body which can liaise with school authorities in the interest of their colleagues.