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What a year! We made some dramatic and ambitious changes to Ghana ShoolsNet in 2010, which helped us to focus intently on pleasing our members. We want to thank you for your continued support and thoughtful feedback about everything we’ve been doing here. We have even more in store for 2011!
It is reassuring to read of your interest in our great school St. Peter's long after your active association with the school.
You wanted to know something about students and teachers of St. Peter's between 1965 -67. Well, I can give you one name, Dr. George Opoku, who entered St. Pter's in September 1967. He now lives in Accra and see him very often. i can get you his contact details if you really want to contact him.
Most of the teachers of that period(1965-67) unfortunately have passed on to eternity including Rev. Fr, Clement Hotze, Rev. fr. Peter Wildenburg, Bro Jonh Bosco, Rev. Fr. James Toohey, Rev. Fr. Hans van Kempen, Mr. B.B. Ofori -great Geography teacher later turned politician, etc.
I entered St. Peter's in Septembet, 1968. I am now an Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Central University College, Accra.
For further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me via e-mail:
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