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18 Comments

Reply PowerCom ARS
6:29 AM on July 8, 2014 

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Reply RICHARD KUMAH
10:36 AM on July 7, 2014 

WE MISS YOU ALL BASS STAFF ESPECIALLY CARLOS,ABAIDOO,AMO,OGUNDE,ANKOMANING,SABINAH,ROSEOOO,STELLAH AND THE REST.........WE STILL LOVE YOU FOR YOUR TREATMENT HAVE MADE WE WHO WE ARE NOW THANKS BE TO GOD ALMIGHTY

Reply FRED OPARE-KISSI
6:36 PM on March 22, 2014 
we r alive
Reply Quobyna Kay
3:38 AM on January 8, 2014 
How time flies. I remember the saying, ''do not pass through the school, let the school pass through you.'' I never cared that much till I left the school. I can see the effects of the school passing through me. Thanks to all teachers who helped my badge. 2009-2013 badge. B. K n Obeego always in me. God Bless. Kay.
Reply Evans Youkedebah
9:28 AM on December 28, 2013 

How time flies! I was in BASS 1969-74 when S. O. Commey was Headmaster and Kofi Nunoo was Assistant headmaster after Tamakloe was transferred. I was in form 4 when we moved to the new site in 1973. I am a Nigerian in Abuja. Unfortunately I have not been able to visit the school since collecting my WASC results, although I have visited Ghana twice after then. It feels good and nostaltic to visit this website. Thank you.

Reply Ras Spartan
8:08 AM on December 26, 2013 

i luv bass


Reply Acquah Samuel Gyamfi
9:52 AM on October 9, 2013 

helloo fellow bassosians, when is the launching of BASS @ 50 coming off.


Reply Kwame
3:11 PM on July 6, 2013 

I am a teacher in Toronto, and I am looking for a teaching position in Ghana. Thanks for any help that you can provide.

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Reply Obeng
4:22 PM on March 18, 2013 

Can we have a site where old/former students could register their names and year completed? A means to receive donations directly to help the developments also would help people outside GH to make little little donations.