BRIEF HISTORY ABOUT THE SCHOOL

State School for the Deaf is a public basic special school for pupils with hearing and speech difficulties within the Ghana Education Service set up. 

 

The school was established in August 1965 by Dr. Seth Tetteh Ocloo a hard of hearing person now domiciled in America.  The school was then known as Osu Deaf Mission Centre.  It was taken over by the Government of Ghana in 1969 and was renamed STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF. 

 

The school has moved from three or more places since its establishment – first Osu, to Tesano, to Teshie and finally Adjei Kojo near Ashaiman in the Tema Municipality.

 

TEACHING STAFF NON-TEACHING STAFF
10 MALES 7 MALES
20 FEMALES 8 FEMALES
TOTAL: 30 TOTAL: 15