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OFFICE OF THE HEADMASTER

 

Mr. William Kusi-Yeboah

 

Mr. William Kusi-Yeboah was born on the 11th of October 1960 in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He is happily married with four lovely children.

 

He had his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Honours in Economics and Geography from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in 1989 after successfully completing Adisadel College, Winneba Senior High School and Accra Workers’ College respectively. In that same year, he obtained his Diploma in Education also from the same institution.

 

He started his working career as a teacher late 1989 till date. Mr. Kusi-Yeboah rose through the ranks of G.E.S. and currently a Deputy Director of Education. In the course of his teaching career, he served as an Assistant Headmaster (Assin North Senior High Technical School). He was later transferred to Kumasi Senior High Technical School where he served as a Head of Business Department (HOD) and later Assistant Headmaster (Domestic).

 

Since his hard work is unprecedented, he was transferred to SIMMS Senior High School to serve as the Assistant Headmaster (Administration. Due to his perseverance he was recognised again in the Kumasi Metropolis and awarded Best Teacher in the General Category in 2005.

 

Mr. Kusi-Yeboah now occupies an enviable position as the Headmaster of Adisadel College since 2014.

 

Throughout his working career he has established himself and well known for his time consciousness. He is very proactive, affable and very versatile. His religious commitment with the Anglican Church especially, is outstanding and worth emulating.

 

Mr. William Kusi – Yeboah has a vision of achieving and sustaining exquisite results in both curricula and co-curricular activities for the proper functioning of the individual. This he has brought to fore to making Adisadel College either the first or always with the first among equals.

 

 

 



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Mr. William Kusi-Yeboah
Headmaster

 

2009 Headmaster's Report
2009 Report

 

  
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