The Chief Executive Officer of Grammy Awards, Harvey Mason Jnr after a meeting with the Minister for Education, Dr Adutwum has pledged to support the Kwadaso Creative Arts Senior High School under construction at Kwadaso.
In a discussion with the Education Minister, Harvey Mason Jnr said he will support the kwadaso-based Creative Arts Senior High School (SHS) to become a top-notch institution in Africa and the rest of the world.
Reacting to the Grammy Awards CEO’s pledge, Honourable Osei Adutwum assured Mason Jnr of the Ministry of Education’s (MoE) preparedness to collaborate with him and other partners to get the best support for the nation.
The building of the Senior High School comes after President Akufo-Addo on December 1, 2019, cut the sod for the construction of the first-ever Creative Arts Senior High School in the country at Kwadaso in the Kwadaso Municipality.
At the sod-cutting ceremony, he said, the school is expected to help young people in the country gain access to specialised education in creative arts and develop their creative skills in performing arts, media arts, visual arts, and literary arts.
Akufo-Addo also expressed confidence the school would serve as an important beacon for many young and talented people seeking to fulfil a career in the creative arts and that, the government intended to construct a lot more such schools across the country.
“I have every confidence that this school will serve as an important beacon for many young and talented people, seeking a fulfilling career in the creative arts,” His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo stated at the event.
The Minister of Education and Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe Constituency, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum on his part said the Creative Arts school is designed to serve as a hub for producing creative arts talents in Africa.
The project components include an administration block, auditorium, staff flat, residential zone, principal’s residence, vice principal’s residence, dining hall with kitchen, boys and girls dormitory, library and creative block.