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Accra Academy
P. O. Box GP 501
Accra, Ghana.

Tel: 0302 221721


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THE SCHOOL CREST

THE LION:
King of Beasts. It represents the Lion of Justice explemplifying poise and controlled power.
THE SUN:
This represents the brilliance of knowledge, dispersing ignorance and superstition.
THE THREE CHAINS:
The union of three chains stands for the Pauline virtues of Faith, Hope and Love.
THE PALM TREE:
The palm tree thrives where other trees can hardly stand. Here it represents Triumph over environmental handicaps.
COCOA TREE:
Symbol of Ghana's wealth. It means the proper use of wealth to sweeten the cares of life.


THE SCHOOL MOTTO:
Esse Quam Videri

translated as
"To be, rather than to seem."



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

Welcome to the web site of Accra Academy Alumni. We thank you for visiting and hope you enjoy your tour. This site is meant to provide an avenue for all alumni to get in touch, to provide a means of gathering resources that will enable us assist our alma mater and to share with visitors our great School.

We look forward to your feedbacks via the feedback page....


GILBERT BOATENG - BLEO 74

WILLIAM AKO - BLEO 79

My name is Gilbert Osei Boateng. I completed my "O" levels at Accra Aca in 1974. My most memorable events were the annual cross country races. I remember when my....

It seems like only yesterday when I
entered form one in 1974 at
Accra Academy.
Back then the school was big and
very beautiful. I was assigned
to Michigan Hall which was to me
the most....

CHARLES VANDYCK JR - BLEO 92

BELLOC TACKIE - BLEO 73

It was in September of 1987 that I became a freshman at my dream school Accra Academy.

They called us the 'green horns' but that did not bother me at all. We were so....

Reminiscing about the period of my life at
Accra Academy always result in an
inexplicably warm feelings of great
achievement.

It sure looks like only yesterday when
I arrived at the prestigious school
setting in August of 1968 and was
assigned to Aglionby....

ALEX MOULD - BLEO 78

JOSEPH AMMAH-TAGOE - BLEO 77

Alexander Kofi Mensah Mould Class of 1978 (Bleo 78) has been the Ag. CEO of the National Petroleum Authority since 2009.

Prior to joining the National Petroleum Authority, Alex was the Executive Director and...

It was a Saturday night-HOMOS
NIGHT- for first year, Form1
students.

The whole Assembly
Hall was packed to capacity.
The year was 1972, in the....

DR. KWEI JONES QUARTEY - BLEO 73

Dr. KWAKU ANING - BLEO 60

Im happy and proud to say that Im 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....

Dr Kwaku Aning Class of 1960 (Bleo 1960)
has been appointed Deputy Director General
of the International Atomic Energy (IAEA),

effective January 1, 2011, making him the
first African to assume the exalted IAEA
position. Dr Aning, will be the Deputy Director
General for Technical....

VICTOE SAMUEL QUAO - BLEO 74

Dr. ISAAC ODAME - BLEO 74

Samuel Victor Quao attended Accra Academy between 1969 and 1976, where he obtained his O and A level General Certificates of Education in 1974 and 1976 respectively. He proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University...

Dr. Isaac Odame is the Medical Director of the
Global Sickle Cell Disease Network (GSCDN),
under the auspices of The Programme for
Global Paediatric Research (PGPR) at
SickKids.
The network is committed to building
collaboration between SCD clinicians
and scientists....

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