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+233 302 772 878

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About Us

New Horizon Special School

Our school was established by Mrs Salome Francois in 1972 and is with the Ministry of Education, and has been legally registered as a Voluntary, Non-Profit making and charitable institution in Ghana. It is managed by an Executive Director and controlled by a Board of Trustees of New Horizon Special School.

We provide day school education for children and vocational training and employment for adults who have intellectual disability. Persons with other disabilities, e.g. spastic, cerebral palsy, visually impaired, hearing impaired etc are also admitted so long as their primary disability is learning difficulty. Presently students aged four to forty plus years attend the school.

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Frequently asked questions

We welcome experienced, independent and  caring volunteers from all over the globe. People with  the passion,love and understanding are key to our  curriculum delivery. Kindly visit our school and discuss with our Principal about possibilities/ areas of support.

GHC 5,000 / per child / per academic year

Cash donations are vital for our operation. In kind donation are greatly appreciated too:

  • IT equipment (iPad, PC, laptop, TV, projector)
  • School supplies (crayons, boards, papers etc…)
  • Educational toys: Lego(jumbo and regular),puzzles(all sizes), building blocks, cause & effect toys etc..
  • Sensory Materials(play dough, kinetic sand, slime, textures etc)
  • Art supplies
  • Speech /Language & Occupational Therapist
  • Art & Music Therapist

Admissions are open through the academic year, prospective parents may call the school or 0302-772878 to book a pre-admission meeting.

Engaging in community service provides students from various schools with the opportunity to become active members of their community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. Community involvement and social responsibility enables students to acquire life skills and knowledge, as well as provide a service to those who need it most.