Legacy Girls College (LGC), Ghana’s first private all girls’ school, has organised the “Time with Accomplished Ladies” event at the school’s premises in Akuse on Wednesday, 27th April, 2016.
“Time with Accomplished Ladies” is an event that gives students of Legacy Girls College the opportunity to interact with ladies who have distinguished themselves in their respective careers, and also to motivate them to aspire for greatness.
The event, which happens fortnightly, hosted Madam Beryl Agyekum, CEO of Echohouse Ghana Limited, who has blazed the trail by starting a business while in school.
Ms. Agyekum spoke to the students and encouraged them to be “hungry” for senior management positions.
According to Dr. Mrs. Ellen Hagan, Founder of Legacy Girls College, “Time with Accomplished Ladies” forms part of the school’s enhanced curriculum to encourage a deepening appreciation of their self worth, and to motivate them in knowing that excellence and leadership must be a deliberate decision. All girls of LGC should walk tall and live their motto, Make a Mark : Leave a Legacy.”
Legacy Girls College follows the Ghana National Curriculum, as well as the British curriculum.
The three-year Senior High School (SHS) curriculum offers various options for entry into tertiary institutions or the job market and also equips students with future leadership skills and a practical education of the girls.