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Saint Peter & Paul JHS wins Dr. Apaak’s STEM competition with cash prize of GHC3000

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Saint Peter and Paul Junior High School in Fumbisi, the capital of Builsa South District in the Upper East Region, won Dr. Clement Apaak’s science and mathematics quiz competition organized for all junior high schools (JHS) in the area.

The one-week event brought together students and teachers from all 25 junior high schools in the area to participate in the competition to foster STEM education.

Saint Peter and Paul Junior High School emerged victorious, clinching the coveted first place with an impressive score of 43 points. The school’s outstanding performance earned them not only the title of champion but also a substantial cash prize of GHS 3000 and certificates of participation.

Also, Fumbisi Preparatory Junior High School secured the second position with a commendable score of 25.5 points, earning them a cash prize of GHS 2000 and certificates. Jiningsa JHS and Gbedema JHS claimed the third and fourth positions, each receiving cash prizes of GHS 1000, along with certificates of participation.

Speaking to the media after the event, the legislator spoke passionately about the potential he sees in the participating students. Dr. Clement Apaak praised their intelligence and competitive spirit, emphasizing that among them are future lawyers, doctors, engineers, teachers, and other professionals.

The legislator also assured the public that plans were well underway to sustain the competition in the coming years. Dr. Apaak therefore indicated the importance of investing in STEM education and nurturing the next generation of problem-solvers and innovators.

Mr. Abudem Joseph, the Builsa South Deputy Director of Education, also commended the schools for their enthusiastic participation. He urged them to maintain the momentum created by the competition, encouraging thorough preparation for future challenges.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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