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- May 22,2019 / Education / 0 Comments
Today has also marked another historic moment in the lives of 22 final year students In FrankEve Vocational School. For almost two weeks, these girls have had a quite intensive study for all papers in their field of career. Finally they have completed all and engaged in jubilation and celebration for that school time is ended.
- July 06,2018 / News / 0 Comments
Forty (40) students today at exactly 9.00 am converged at the school Assembly Hall for the said event. This is to trail abilities and competencies of the students to access their seriousness in studies. Meanwhile , the coming new term will be admission period for new entry students. We hope to receive more students in this fruitful season. God bless you.
- June 08,2018 / News / 0 Comments
Eighteen final year Catering and Fashion Design students has successfully completed their NAPBTEX examination. They are now preparing for their 3 months Industrial attachments in this month of June and July and their Grand Graduation Ceremony on Saturday the 10th of November, 2018 at FrankEve school campus at 11am prompt.
- April 04,2018 / Newsletter / 0 Comments
To God be all the glory, great things he has done. We were awarded during the 61st Independence Day match at Agona Swedru Sports Stadium in the Central region of Ghana. Congratulations to all the students and teachers who went to match, Congratulations to FrankEve and Congratulations to Ghana. God bless FrankEve, God bless Rev and Mrs Odifo Darko and God bless Ghana.
- November 27,2017 / Volunteer Information / 0 Comments
Why volunteering at FrankEve? What can you do? The FrankEve Vocational School hosts approximately 150 female students in the age between 16 and 21. You can help them as a teacher. Good education will help them to improve their future and to overcome life time challenges, such as the role of the Ghanaian women in the masculine Ghanaian society. You can also help the school with their administration and the promotion. Which classes? Subjects volunteers often teach are English,...