SHS Admission: How BECE Graduates Will Be Registered In Senior High Schools After Placement

The application process for senior high schools is rather straightforward. All BECE graduates who are assigned to different senior high schools and TVET institutions during the school placement process will need to complete a new registration with those institutions.

At school, registration often takes place on the first day. Graduates of the A BECE program are urged to attend the SHS where they have been assigned to view their prospectus. The prospectus is a document that lists the things you can purchase. Along with other terms and conditions, it also displays the school’s rules and regulations.

The prospectus will be given to the student before registration. Senior high school students must register, which takes a short time.

3. The school placement form will be checked. Students are advised to fill them before they go to the school for the very first time for registration.

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There is no fee charge in the registration. Government has taken care of all bills.

However, students may be asked by various department heads to buy certain books for various elective subjects. Others may be made to buy certain items for their programme, including courses like.

  • Technical
  • Visual arts
  • Home Economics
  • Science

After WAEC releases the BECE results, BECE graduates can obtain Senior High School (SHS) placement through the Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS), an online platform.

Candidates may verify SHS placement via if they have successfully passed the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). with your CSSPS eVoucher PIN and JHS Index Number (the portal is not opened yet)

CSSPS Online Results and Placement
Here is all you need to know about the Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) in Ghana.

The SHS school placement is based on merits from the BECE aggregate and the best choices made after following the CSSPS guidelines.

The CSSPS is based on six subjects, including the candidate’s two other best-performed subjects in addition to English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science, and Social Studies.

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has maintained during the past year that candidates with aggregate 9 in the English language or mathematics will not qualify for placement, despite the fact that there is no set aggregate for school placement.

According to the CSSPS policy guideline, candidates who received an overall score of 9 in either English language or mathematics—the two fundamental prerequisites for placement—will not be placed by CSSPS.

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