Presbyterian Boys Secondary School  

Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (PRESEC) was founded by Presbyterian Church of Ghana and opened by the representative members of the Synod Committee in 1938, then was housed in Odumase-Krobo. Since 1st of September 1968, it has been re-housed at a new site at Mile 9 on the Accra-Madina Road just beyond the University of Ghana, Legon.

Presbyterian Boys Secondary School was established with the aim of equipping of pupils for a fuller life of which Christian’s education opens the door.
Its purpose again is to discipline not only the mind and the body but also the spirit. However, it is only with the co-operation of parents that this can be achieved, and parent who decide to send their children to the school are asked to make sure that this co-operation will be forthcoming.

PRESEC has a population of 2200 (who are all boys) with 49 classrooms and 90 teachers who take the students through the following courses:
English Language
General Science
Social Studies
Elective Science
Elective Mathematics
General Art
Visual Art and Religious and Moral Education.

The headmaster of the school is Mr. Joseph Jeitey Asare.
Mr. Abdulai Mohammed is the teacher taking the student through the Global Teenager Project. He is a Geography Master and currently on theme .
For contact, Mr. Abdulai Mohammed Email:
GTP email:
Postal Address: P. O. Box LG 98 Legon.
Telephone:         021-500945