As the holiday season unfolds, Senior High School (SHS) students in Ghana are enjoying a well-deserved Christmas break. Recent rumors regarding a potential shift in the reporting date have sparked concerns among stakeholders.
However, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has promptly addressed these speculations, firmly stating that there has been no alteration to the original reporting date for SHS students. In an official statement, the GES management clarified that the reporting date for Senior High Schools remains unchanged, scheduled for January 3, dispelling any misinformation about a delayed start on January 9.
This clarification is particularly crucial in light of the recently declared Christmas break for Senior High Schools, spanning from December 21 to January 2. The GES underscores the importance of adhering to the initially communicated date, emphasizing the need for students to return promptly to their respective second-cycle schools after the festive break.
Rumors of a possible postponement had stirred concern among students, their families, and the educational community. However, the GES remains steadfast in its commitment to maintaining the academic schedule and ensuring a seamless continuation of the educational journey for all SHS students.
As we usher in the new year, it is imperative for students and their families to have accurate information regarding the reporting date. The GES encourages students to make the most of the holiday period, enjoying the Christmas joy while staying mindful of the upcoming return to academic responsibilities.
This clarity aims to dispel uncertainties among students, families, and the educational community, fostering a smooth transition back to academic activities. The GES reassures all stakeholders that the originally communicated reporting date of January 3 remains unchanged.