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Dr. D. Tuurosong was on Wednesday, 11th December affirmed as the President (AG) for GNAPS.

About Us

We are founded on a combination of sound business and democratic principles. Our primary goal is to promote and protect the economic and social interest of owners of private schools in the development and management of effective, quality schools at all levels of education.

Online Learning and Exams System

All Members in Good Standing can apply for the Online Learning and Exams Platform for their school

GNAPS is an acronym that stands for Ghana National Association of Private Schools. It is founded on a combination of sound business and democratic principles. It’s primary goal is to promote and protect the economic and social interest of owners of private schools in the development and management of effective, quality schools at all levels of education.

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Our Mision

Leading Private Schools in Ghana to strive for quality and educational excellence at all cost.

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Our Vision

  • To advocate for fairness in the distribution of educational resources to all Ghanaian children
  • To work with teachers to enhance their professional practice
  • To promote the use of technology in schools
  • To build a support system for knowledge sharing and cooperation among schools.
  • To collaborate with other stakeholders push forward education in Ghana.

DR. DAMASUS TUUROSONG

News & Updates

GNAPS Advocates for Private School Issues in Meeting with NPP Manifesto Committee

GNAPS Advocates for Private School Issues in Meeting with NPP Manifesto Committee

A delegation of the Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS) on April 2, 2024, engaged the Manifesto Committee of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) – the ruling party, in a bid to address pressing challenges facing private schools in Ghana. The meeting, held at the seat of Government; Jubilee House, saw the delegation present GNAPS’s “Pre-Tertiary Private Schools Manifesto” – a comprehensive strategic document that outlines the Association’s vision and the critical issues affecting private education in the country and needs immediate attention.

This crucial dialogue is aimed at tackling the pressing challenges that pre-tertiary private schools face in the country. The association’s proactive approach highlights the urgency to foster a collaborative environment where private schools can thrive alongside pre-tertiary state/public schools.

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GNAPS Week: Supporting a Party that Supports Private Schools is our survival instinct – Prof. Tuurosong

GNAPS Week: Supporting a Party that Supports Private Schools is our survival instinct – Prof. Tuurosong

As the theme, Prof. Tuurosong underscored the importance of political engagement for private schools, signalling GNAPS’ intention to campaign and vote for parties committed to addressing their concerns. The manifesto items, akin to a dowry list for marriage, outlined key demands, including the abolition of the 30% Priority Placement System and the extension of free education programs to private school students.

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Private Schools Receive Training To Improve Quality Education

Private Schools Receive Training To Improve Quality Education

About 300 private school owners, managers, and leaders in four regions of Ghana are receiving training to enhance their capacity and skills to deliver quality education to their students. The training is part of a partnership program between the Global School Leaders (GSL) and the Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS), which aims to enhance the capacity and skills of the participants to improve the quality and accessibility of private education in Ghana, especially Low-Fee Private Schools (LFPSs) mostly established in the rural and deprived areas.

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IEPA Trains GNAPS Executives for School Quality Improvement Program

IEPA Trains GNAPS Executives for School Quality Improvement Program

The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, has trained some national executive officers of the Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS) as trainers for the Grow Your School Program. The Grow Your School Program is expected to positively impact the quality and consistency of private school management in Ghana, by enhancing the skills and knowledge of school leaders, management, and owners.

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