Known by many Western Regional inhabitants, and outsiders as one of the best Senior High school in the Ghana. GSTS continues to register its name in the world of Academia and International Competitions. Ghana’s third oldest School, which was established in 1909, is well-recognized for consistently producing outstanding graduates who go on to become influential leaders and key industry players and high-profile political figures in the Ghanaian, African, and global economies (e.g Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu, Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, Late Professor Kwesi Akwansah Andam, and Sonnie Badu etc)
In 2012, the school won the prestigious National Science and Mathematics Quiz Championship, and in 2014, one of its former student (Mickail Hasan) had the highest average score for the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Also, the school is first to produce the first black man (Now Professor Yaw Yeboah) to earn four degrees in four years from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT.
Following the success journey, one of its instrumental former students (2019 Batch), Kenneth Sena Blekor from the Actuarial Science Department of KNUST has declared as the Valedictorian of the College of Science . With a Course weighted average (CWA) of 84.74, Master Kenneth emerged as the overall best-graduating student out of 1775 Graduands from the college.
The GSTS Alumni Association reacting on the news on social media platform X, formerly Twitter, said “Giants tops them all #StandTall “. Find out Interesting facts about KNUST’s 2023 Best Graduating Student-Humphrey Ashimatey.