Mfantsipim School

Mfantsipim School was established in Ghana by the Methodist Church in 1876. It is located in Cape-Coast, approximately 120km from the capital city, Accra.

It has a student population of approximately 2,600 Students, with approximately 200 teaching and non-teaching staff. It is a boys secondary school, having both boarding and non-boarding students. The school covers a total land area of approximately 105 Sq km, with about 40% of its land covered by vegetation. The school follows the educational curriculum established by the Ministry of Education and runs a three year programme in Science and  Arts. In its 140 years history, the school has many notable alumni, who have served in the public and private sectors in Ghana. On the international scene, one notable alumnus of the school is the former secretary general of the United Nations, Mr. Kofi Annan, who graduated from the school in 1957. The school is foremost amongst its peers in the implementation of sustainable energy systems.  The school has installed a biogas facility and was chosen as finalists during the 2016 edition of the Zayed Future Energy Prize.