St. Augustine’s College, Box 98, Cape Coast, Tel.: 03321-32129 

(HM) Tel. (Office) 03321-32733, (Resid.) 03321-32310,), Brothers (CSC), Thomas Dillman, Ebenezer Prah, David Kpobi, Vincent Ntsiful

 Fr. Emmanuel Adjini (CH)

Holy Child School, Box 203, Cape Coast, Tel. 03321-32104 

 (HM), Tel. Office 03321-34114

Fr. Atta-Baidoo (CH), Tel.: 03321-30936, Sisters , Rose Nsiah, SIJ 


O.L.A. College of Education, Box 175, Cape Coast, Tel. 03321-32569  ( Pr.) Tel.: 03321-33202/32569 Fr. Anthony Sackey (Chaplain), Sr. Benedicta Mantey


Archbishop Porter Girls’ Polytechnic, Box 67, Elmina, Tel. 03321-33703 
Srs. Perpetual  Acquah,(Prin),


Assin Manso Catholic Sewing Centre, Box 40, Assin Foso 
Ms Janet Tobge (HM)

Assin Nsuta Catholic Vocational School, Box 40, Assin Foso
Ms Kate Parke (HM)

Breman Asikuma Catholic Vocational School, Box 8, Breman Asikuma 

Holy Family Sewing Centre, St. Mary’s, Box 372, Cape Coast 
Ms Juliana Ackon (HM)

St. John the Baptist Vocational School, Assin Bereku, c/o Box 40 Assin Foso
Ms Theresa Manful (HM)

St. John’s Vocational School, Abrem Agona, Box 6, Elmina 

St. Mary’s Girls’ Vocational School, Elmina, Box 290 Tel. 03321-33655 
Srs. Charity of St. Anne:  (HM)

St. Peter Claver Vocational School, Abakrampa, Box 372, Cape Coast 
Ms Hannah Arthur (HM)

St. Theresa’s Vocational School, Dunkwa-On-Offin, Box 12, Tel. 0372-367 
Srs. Infant Jesus: Anna Asantey (HM), Rosemary Krodu, Mary Paintsil


Mary Queen of Peace Catholic School, Cape Coast Box 1066, 
Tel.: 03321-33081

Srs.: Mary Ann Matachinskas SSND, (HM): Sr. Anna Raimon, (PBVM) 
(HM J. S. S. Section) Gloria Marie Foret, Christine Spour

OLA Boarding House, Box 5, Elmina, Tel.: 03321-33641

Srs. (HM), , Angelina Adomah

OLA. Boarding House, Cape Coast, Box 175, Tel. 03321-32535

Pere Planque Preparatory School, Box 175, Cape Coast, Tel.: 03321-32573
Srs. Beatrice Hamond,(HM), 
St. Anne’s Catholic School, Box 290, Nkontrodo, Elmina, 
Tel.: 03321-33655

Sr. Charo Vazquez, CSA, (HM), 
St. Stephen’s Catholic School, Dunkwa-On-Offin, Box 12 
Ms. Offei Awuku (HM)

Infant Jesus Preparatory School, Box 199, Twifo Praso 
Srs. Irene Christian Oparku (HM), Doris Nyanta, Millicent Fredua Agyemang, Mirabel Sena Adzomani Infant Jesus Senior High School, Kasoa Nyanyano Srs. Francisca Sam (HM), Alberta John Paul Ayitey St. Teresa’s Senior High/Vocational School, Dunkwa-on-Offin Srs. Anna Asantey (HM), Augustina Amos, Mary Paintsil, Rose-Mary Krodo, Cynthia Abbey-Adjei


This office is mandated to minister to all Non-Catholic Institutions in the Archdiocese of Cape Coast. Currently, the Chaplain provides pastoral care in 5 Non-Catholic Institution Schools, namely: 
• Aggrey Memorial Zion Senior High School
• Mfantsipim Senior High School
• Wesley Girls  Senior High School
• Adisadel College
• SAMO Senior High/Technical School
The Chaplaincy aims at establishing Catholic Communities and organizing them into miniature parishes in these schools. This is expected to make the students feel a certain attachment to the various communities in which the schools are situated, and the Catholic Church as whole. Some student communities have started acquiring Mass vestments, musical instruments, altar cloths, public address systems and choir robes. They are being prepared gradually to become self-sufficient, so that any priest could walk in to say Mass without a Mass Box, albeit in a classroom.
The regular activities of the Chaplaincy include:
• Celebrating Mass for students
• Confirmations
• Teaching of Catholic Doctrines and Morals
• Provision of Counseling Services
• Organizing Programmes to educate students on HIV/AIDS, Drug Abuse, Career Counseling, Personal Hygiene, Responsible Behaviour, etc.
• Currently Rev. Fr. Maurice Gym is the chaplain taking care of these institutions.
• Rev. Fr. Joseph Mensah is in charge of Cape Coast Polytechnic and Cape  Coast Technical Institute
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REGIONAL MANAGER: Mrs. Doris Ashun Mission: 

The Catholic Education Office is charged with the responsibility to: Establish, manage and maintain Catholic Schools Maintain high moral, religious and academic standards Advocate for educational policies and programmes consistent with religious principles Support teachers and help them improve on education delivery in Catholic schools 


The office focuses on providing quality education by ensuring collective involvement of all stakeholders, especially the Church and parents in education delivery. To this end, local churches are encouraged to sponsor teacher trainees for schools in their parish. It is envisaged that By 2009, teacher vacancies in our schools will be reduced by two-thirds By 2011, all our schools will be headed by Diploma and Degree Holders 


The major objectives of the office towards the achievement of the stated vision above include the following: Recruit and train at least 100 teachers every year to fill vacancies Visit all schools in eight Districts every school term Run regular in-service training and courses for all untrained teachers in our schools Regularly meet Local Managers to encourage them to take up supervisory roles in our schools Organize performance monitoring tests for schools in at least four Districts every academic year Visit Catholic Students in universities and colleges to encourage them to take up appointments in Catholic schools Appoint experienced, knowledgeable, role model coordinators for all parishes each year to help supervise our schools.