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About Us

Who we are

We are a prestigious International school established in August 2016 and situated at Adjiringanor in the eastern part of Accra (Ghana) running the British Columbia Provincial Curriculum (Canada). We are affiliated to the University of British Columbia, Canada. With our state-of-the-art facilities and excellent teacher-student ratio, our prime purpose is to engage and deliver life transforming educational services to learners as young as preschool to High School level.

We do this by harnessing our VISION, MISSION and VALUES alongside our dedicated teachers, students and supportive parents and guardians in a learner centered teaching and learning environment. We adopt the project-based approach to teaching and learning where majority of our student’s learning experiences are more inclined to the constructivism thought pattern. This is where learners discover and acquire knowledge through total involvement in the teaching and learning experience.

BCC At a Glance

Our Vision: To be globally recognized as the leading Canadian international school in Ghana and Africa for creating a child-friendly, safe and stimulating learning environment which supports international qualifications enhanced by a personalized learning curriculum, appropriate educational technologies and a well-motivated human capital.

Our Mission: To be the hub for quality Canadian Education and the development of excellent global citizens through international awareness, respect for cultural diversity, communication skills and great moral values.

Our Values: Our style of engagement in relation to students, staff and the external environment is interlaced within six main core values that add up to give us the word:

E – Excellence
Q – Quality
U – Universal
I – Integrity
T – Trust
Y – Yardstick

Board of Governors

The school’s governing system represents the highest governing structure of the school. Their mandate is to depict the strategic course of the school in its delivery of seasoned Canadian and other international education services in Ghana. Thus the board encompasses the following members currently;

  • › Prof. Felix Odartey-Wellington, Cape Breton University (Canada) – Chairman
  • › Tom Grant, University of British Columbia (Canada) – Member
  • › Gary Little, University of British Columbia (Canada) – Member
  • › Lawyer Edward Sam Crabbe Esq. (Ghana) – Member