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THE TEACHERS

Mr. Quartey Papafio (N2P)

THE SCHOOL SONG
1 - Accra Academy our pride. The school of no regrets. In her our little minds were shaped. To serve our Nation Great.
2 - In Ellen House our School was born. To men of sacrifice. The cradle low, the hands so few. The future, blurred and bleak.
3 - We humbly bow in gratitude. To all who chiselled us. Their praises we shall sing always. Their memories still revered.
4 - From humble growth this school of ours. A pride of place has won. Her children great in every clime Of Ghana's great domain.
5 - 0 Lord, to Thee we dedicate Accra Academy. Esse Quam Videri, we say and Bleoo, Accra Aca.

     THE MEMORIES


THE SCHOOL MOTTO:
Esse Quam Videri
(To be, rather than to seem)

   
 

 

 

Welcome to Accra Academy Alumni Web site!!!!!      Esse Quam Videri - To be, rather than to seem.!!!!!                Accra Aca Bleooo!!!!!!!!

DR. Kwei J. Quartey - 1973 YEAR GROUP

Iím happy and proud to say that Iím an alumnus of Accra Academy. On 8th February 2008, I had the pleasure and honor of addressing the Accra Academy student body. It was quite an experience seeing all the students in front of me listening to what I had to say, and I especially enjoyed shaking hands with many of them after the address. I felt a strong connection with the students, and I wish I could have pressed palms with every single one.

I started Accra Academy in Form 2 after being at another school for a year. On the very first day I began at Accra Aca, I felt like this was the school I had always been meant to attend. I really loved the place, and I met many wonderful people, both schoolmates and teachers.

I have many stories about my time at Accra Academy. One that my contemporaries like to tell is the day I rescued a Royal Python from being stoned to death by some students. I also remember when the P.E. master ordered me off the playing field for dodging the football instead of heading it. A lot of students in my year recall the occasion when the headmaster Mr. Okine caned everyone in Form 2A two strokes each for continually making too much noise in class. With thirty-five of us in the class, that meant seventy strokes, and I think Mr. Okineís arm was a little tired by the time he got to me.

I went on from Accra Academy to medical school at Legon, and later, after the death of my father, my American mother took the decision to return to the United States where her mother and her side of the family lived. I succeeded in gaining admission to Howard University College of Medicine, and received my medical degree there.

bullet My recent trip to Ghana

Education is an opportunity that must be grabbed as firmly as the goalie holds onto the football when he has caught it. So yes, students in Accra Academy must enjoy themselves and have the kind of fun all boys and young men deserve, but at the same time, education has to be taken very seriously as a precious chance in life that should not be missed.

Accra Academy has many challenges in different areas, and we all know what they are. Many of us alumni who live abroad feel a tug at the heartstrings, realizing that the school is needy and we cannot abandon it. It is our fervent hope to launch a new era of ongoing interaction and support of the school in this 2008 and beyond. Indeed, I hope to see the bright smiling faces of Accra Aca boys again very soon.



Accra Aca Ö Esse quam videri - Bleooo!!!!!

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