Sabwill Educational Complex

Anna Owusu, April 24, 2013


Sabwill Educational Complex is a basic educational institution consisting of Pre-School, Preparatory and Junior High School. It is located in the Brong Ahafo region of mid-western Ghana in a small, rural village called Wamanafo.

The school was established in 1995 with only five (5) pupils in an uncompleted house by Pastor Martin Asamoah and the late Mr Simon Adomah. The establishment was created to help solve the problem of children travelling to different towns for better schooling. The school was originally named Manasseh Preparatory School. Four (4) years later, it was sold to Pastor Williams Sabi, the current proprietor of the school. The name of the school was officially changed to Precious Agape School, but has since changed again to Sabwill Educational Complex.

Our Mission:

To give quality and affordable education to students.

To bring Christian values to our community.

To create hope through education.

Our Credits:

The school is classified as the best school in our community and among the best in the district in terms of BECE performance and sports.

The good performances of the past students who are in their second cycle of education attest to the school’s effort.

Most of our past students have been enrolled in the tertiary education in the nation.

Our Problems:

Poor paying of school fees by the parents

Little or no assistance from the government that could enhance children education.