The Junior High School graduates, who have qualified into the Senior High level find it difficult reporting on the opening date.
Some of them are coming from far. There are some too who have not yet reported for their documentaries and other stuff. This is because, their journeys are far that coming and going back and come back again has become a problem.
Fortunately, the PRO for the Ministry of Education has cleared the line,
1st-year SHS students reopening not compulsory – MoE PRO
The Public Relations Officer (PRO) for the Ministry of Education (MoE), Kwasi Kwarteng following the confirmation of April 4, 2022, as the first-year SHS students reopening date has said the reporting day is not mandatory for students.
Speaking in an interview with Accra-based Asempa 94.7 FM monitored by EducationWeb, Kwarteng said April 4, 2022, was set as a tentative date on the 2022 academic calendar for the next batch of Free SHS students to report to school.
According to the MoE spokesperson, the provisional school reporting date announced by the Ghana Education Service does not necessarily mean parents obligatory are to send their wards to their respective placed schools on April 4.