A red shirt and blue skirt. At Legacy Girls’ College, students are required to wear a uniform, which is also the case in most schools in Ghana. Except that this dress code is only respected here by schoolgirls. Indeed, this private school is one of the very few that only receives girls in this English-speaking West African country with 30 million inhabitants.
There are just over 400 students – supervised by about sixty teachers and service staff – following a high-quality education, supported by a strong educational project that aims to train a new generation of women.
“A generation of women who have a thirst for leadership and do not apologize for being women, but understand that they have a role to play in society.”
In the field, in Akuze. A visit to Legacy Girls’ College, which offers high-quality education to over 400 schoolgirls, based on an educational project that promotes five core values (integrity, responsibility, excellence, ambition and determination), presented by Ellen Hagan, Head and co-founder of the school.