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You are welcome to KOFORIDUA PENTECOST PREPARATORY SCHOOL, a mission School, started on 1st October 1980 by The Late Apostle A.T. Nartey who was the Area Apostle of the Church of Pentecost in the Eastern Region.

Read more about the history of KOFORIDUA PENTECOST PREPARATORY SCHOOL on our  website:


We are proud of the staff of our various departments which work together in a warm, friendly and Christian way and living through the School’s motto of “In God We Trust”.



The Celebration of the Anniversary was week long with the Launching held on Monday 27th September 2010 at the School's Assembly Hall. A lot of activities were planned; namely: Clean up campaign,sports and games competition, and a float through the principal streets of Koforidua.The climax of the Celebration was held on Saturday 2nd October 2010, on the School park.

High Profile personalities were invited to climax the Anniversary: The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah who was to be the chairman for the occasion was represented by his Special Assistant Rev. Otu Appiah.The chairmanship was taken by the Suhum Area Head, Apostle E.K Akpabli. Dr. Yao Yeboah PENTSOS Director and the Institutional Development Manager, Elder Thomas Richmond Anokye were there.

Other special dignitaries invited were: The Guest Speaker: Hon. Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo Eastern Regional Minister. the Guest of Honour, Eastern Regional Director of Education, Rene Boakye-Boaten(Mrs.) the M.P New Juaben South District, Hon. B.B Boateng ,the Municipal Director of Education Mr.Augustus Nii Lante Cleland. Koforidua Area Board Members, Pastors of the Church of Pentecost, Representatives of PENTSOS Institutions, Old Boys of our School, Parents and people from far and near were there in their numbers to grace the occasion with their presence.

The School's Cadet which was trained by personnel from the Eastern Regional Police Training School, led by D.S.P Adatsi and assisted by A.S.P. Salifu was outdoored. The cadet corps, led by Miss Onicole of BS 8, put up a very brilliant display to the admiration of all and sundry at the Durbar.