North Hills International Summer School Opens for Admission—CALL NOW

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North Hills International School situated at North Legon in Accra which runs a Cambridge and Ghana Education Service (GES) curricular is admitting pupils for its activity and study packed 2019 summer school.

North Hills International School Summer School

For about 5 weeks this summer, the school that has highly trained tutors and various expensive yet necessary educational facilities that you wouldn’t find all in one place at any school in Ghana will open its campus to pupils from every part of the country to participate in its summer school.

The summer school is designed on the back of two pillars—indoor and outdoor learning.

Subjects/Activities to be offered: English, Maths, Science, Arts, Piano Lessons, Swimming, ICT and others.

Three fun trips within Accra will also be organised as part of the outdoor learning activities.

Call for Enquires: 0243310286/ 0302508228

Start Date: 16 July 2019 to 16 August 2018 (8am to 2pm)

Available Facilities: North Hills International School’s ultra-modern campus has Air Conditioners and Fans in all classrooms, CCTV in Pre-School classrooms and around the campus, well equipped Computer Lab, air conditioned School Buses, fully stocked Library, Swimming Pool, Lawn Tennis Court, Basket Ball Court, A huge Football Pitch and a colourful Playground.

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