Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Kofodidua Unveils Stunning New Entrance and Gate of St. Rose’s Senior High School in Akwatia, Ghana
In a heartwarming display of alumni support and dedication to their alma mater, the 2002 graduating class of St. Rose’s Senior High School in Akwatia, Ghana, came together to celebrate their 20th anniversary and leave an indelible mark on the school they hold dear. This remarkable initiative was made possible by the collective efforts of the alumni, who generously pooled their resources and collaborated with the school to complete a magnificent new entrance and gate project.
The iconic St. Rose’s Senior High School, with its rich history and tradition of excellence, stands as a testament to the power of education. For the 2002 graduates who launched a year-long celebration in February 2022 to mark their 20th Anniversary on the theme *Impact; 20 Years and Beyond, Making our Alma Mater Proud.*, returning to their cherished school to climax two decades of life after graduation was a momentous occasion. They didn’t just reminisce; they decided to give back in a spectacular way with a grand gesture of gratitude to indeed make their alma mater proud.
The newly unveiled entrance and gate project is not just a physical structure; it symbolizes the enduring bond between the alumni and the school. Crafted with precision and adorned with the school’s emblem, the gate welcomes all who enter with a sense of pride and belonging. It is a reminder of the shared values and aspirations of the St. Rose’s community, and this, the 2002 year group holds dear in their bid to build a legacy.
The grand unveiling of the entrance and gate was a moment of celebration and reflection. The event held on Saturday 4th November 2023, was graced by the presence of the distinguished Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Koforidua, Most Rev. Joseph Afrifah-Agyekum. His words echoed the profound impact that St. Rose’s has on the lives of its students and the broader community. He commended the 2002 graduates for their exceptional commitment to their alma mater and encouraged all past and present students to contribute their quota to keep the flag of St. Rose’s flying high.
According to the 2002 year group, the new entrance and gate project is more than just a structure; it represents a beacon of hope for the future. It is a testament to the belief that education can transform lives and communities. It is a gift from the past to the present and future generations of students who will pass through the gates of their beloved alma mater.
While the project is a living example of the power of unity and shared vision, it is also a reminder that when a community comes together, it can achieve remarkable things. The 2002 graduates of St. Rose’s Senior High School have set a shining example which they encourage other year groups to follow.
As the sun set behind the school, casting a warm glow on the new entrance and gate, the 2002 alumni stood together, knowing that they had left an enduring legacy for their beloved alma mater, hoping their dedication and commitment will inspire others to give back and create a brighter future for education in Ghana.