Chairty Amoa Memorial School (CAMS)
Our vision for CAMS is to provide quality education to students in conducive learning environment with certified instructors. In Takoradi, Ghana, a fishing village on West Coast of Africa, students' parents struggle to support their families in a challenging environment.
The school ranges from preschool to grade 9 and includes daycare for toddlers. Students attend grades 10 through 12 at government sponsored dormitory schools, after graduating from 9th grade and taking exam for placement according to exam scores. Additionally, school consists of lunch room, study room, and ICT -computer room. The school has over 150 students enrolled with 13 teachers.
Future construction plans include training and employment center to provide high school students with learning tools and professional network for internships and job opportunities after graduation, as well as prospects for higher learning institutions.