Lassia-Tuolu Senior High aspires to be a training hub churning out well-educated and trained youth who are self-disciplined, based on sound Christian morals for their own benefit and for nation building.
About Lassie-Tuolu Senior High
Lassia-Tuolu Senior High School was established on 3rd May, 1995 by the Catholic Diocese of Wa. The idea of establishing a secondary school was mooted by the chief and people of Jenbob to the then Bishop of Wa and now Archbishop Emeritus, Gregory Kpienbaya, in the late 1980s, to cater for the youth of secondary school going age. This was the first mixed Catholic Senior High School in the Upper West Region. The school which started as a Day School, was formally absorbed into the Public System in 1997 and then the boarding system was also introduced. The school was named after a Jew in Loyola named St. Ignatius, who was credited with this popular saying: “If the Saints can do it, why can’t I?” The school celebrates St. Ignatius of Loyola Day, every 31st July, the day Ignatius died.
- University Acceptance Rate: 63%
- Number of Programs:3
- Subjects:Home Economics, General Arts, General Science
- School code:0100104
- Home Economics Lab
- Dining Hall
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