St Peter's School

...and PERSCOBA is giving back for the March.

#IamPERSCOBA Giving Challenge

Funds raised during this 60th Anniversary period will be used for the following:

 - Organizing the 60th Anniversary Celebrations

- Design multi-purpose Assembly Hall

- Secure the boundaries of the school lands

- Seed fund for the Clement Hoetze Endowment Fund

Show me 5000 Perscoba who have given to #IamPERSCOBA and I will give St Peters School GHC100,000.00
— Anonymous Potential Donor

We need a minimum of 5000 PERSCO alumni to trigger an anonymous grant donation of GHC100,000.00 towards the St Peter's School endowment fund.

...pledge now, PERSCO needs your support.

Its Time To Give - PERSCOBA Charles Djugbah

Give us much as you can, be a Star.

  • Tin Star – GHC240.00
  • Bronze Star – GHC500.00
  • Copper Star – GHC1,000.00
  • Silver Star – GHC2,000.00
  • Gold Star – GHC5,000.00
  • Diamond Star – GHC10,000.00
  • Platinum Star – GHC20,000.00

...lets have fun, while pledging and leading the charge for #IamPERSCOBA Giving Challenge...

In Your PERSCO Days...

Which PERSCO House Was The Most Athletic ?



At Stake? Title Crowns for:

1. PERSCO House to receive the most votes for being MOST ATHLETIC.

2. PERSCO House to cast the most votes.

3. PERSCO House to make the most collective pledges.

4. PERSCO House with the largest aggregate pledge value.

5. Individual PERSCOBA to make the largest value pledge.

To Cast Your Vote, Simply Pick You House Selection, Make Your #IamPERSCOBA Pledge, And Click Submit.

Convert your pledge to cash right here...

OR Make A Deposit

Fidelity Bank (Madina) Ghana - Account Number - 2090451072817 (St Peter's Old Boys Association)

OR Mobile Money

MTN Mobile Money - Account Number - 0556 380 983

TIGO Cash - Account Number - 0271 522 422

Airtel Money - Account Number - 0264 111 140

Vodafone Cash - Account Number - 0507340298


Do You Have Your PERSCO Gear For The March To 60 ?

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March to 60 || Perscoba Conversations

Healthy friendly banter anyone? :-)...share your fondest athletic stories. Which house was always chewing? Were you personally an active sportsman or a consummate spectator?


It all started when...

*St. Peter’s Senior High School, located at Nkwatia – Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana was founded in February 1957 for the education of boys by the Divine Word Missionaries, a Catholic Religious Organization of Priests and Brothers.

The school was named after St. Peter Claver (1581 – 1654), a Spanish JesuitPriest who worked most of his life among the poor negro slaves of Colombia.

The initiative came from an Accra based citizen of Nkwatia called OpanyinOnwonaFarkye who led a delegation to the local priest at KwahuTafo (Rev. Fr. Cletus Hodapp, SVD) to propose the idea of the church establishing a school at Nkwatia. Rev. Fr. Hodapp in turn discussed the proposal with the Rt. Rev. Joseph O. Bowers, the Bishop of Accra.

On 7th January 1957, Bishop Bowers met with the Nkwatiahene and his elders and both agreed to start St. Peter’s Senior High School. The Chief and his people donated a large tract of land and also agreed to offer communal labour for the building of the school.

St. Peter’s began its life of character and academic training on 5th February 1957 with 36 founding students and 2 teachers in private premises of the late OpanyinOnwonaFarkye. The courses offered were the Arts and Sciences. Rev. Fr. Clement Hotze, SVD of blessed memory, an American, who was the first Headmaster of the school, taught the Arts subjects while Mr. Agyare taught the Sciences subjects. The first lay (non-priest or religious) Headmaster was Mr. Herbert Agbezuge. In September 1960, St. Peter’s was officially approved by the Ministry of Education. From this humble beginning, St. Peter’s Senior High School had developed and acquired an enviable reputation in the country as a First Class institution in the country.

...the rest... they say is history. Check out...

*Directly Sourced & Quoted from St Peters Senior High School Website