BECE Candidates: Sensitization and Education on 2020 guidelines for SHS Selection begins September 1

Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) wishes to inform the general public particularly parents, candidates and teachers that the sensitization and education on this year’s guidelines for school selection into Senior High Schools (SHSs) will commence tomorrow Tuesday 1st September 2020.

The GES confirmed the report in a press release issud  by its head of public relations, Cassandra Twum Ampofo on Monday, August 31,2020.


The Ghana Education Service said the exercise will take place in all the respective Regional, District Education Directorates and schools.

”The management wishes to inform the Stakeholders to watch out for infographics, shorts videos in nine Ghanaian languages, flyers and physical presence of officers in all schools to embark on the sensitization drive.” The GES Said.

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Selection of Schools

Management further informs stakeholders that the selection of schools is scheduled from Monday 21st September to Saturday 31st October 2020.

Parents and guardians are particularly advised to take a keen interest in the selection of schools processes and be involved for a smooth Placement this year.

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Short Code

The GES said, there would be an opportunity for candidates to text to a short code and confirm their school choices before actual Placement will be done.

The Education Service said details of the shortcode will be made available in due course.

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