Jopat Academy of Success

School trip to Ghana Port

Last month the Jopat Academy took 60 pupils and 7 teachers on a trip to the Ghana Port & Harbour Authority in Tema. For many children it was the first time to see a ship from this close and they learned a lot about the sea as source of transportation and trade. Later on they enjoyed their lunch at the beach. What a fun trip!


First school graduation celebration!

2014 Graduation for kids!

The year 2014 is a year full of social activities like sports, music and dance, African cultural dance and drumming and a lot of photo shooting and videos.

It is memorable year in the history of Jopat Academy of Success. It is a year that the school celebrates its first graduation of kids between the age 5 and 6 years progressing from the kindergarten to primary one ( first grade)

This occasion took place on the 9th of August 2014 at the school premises. On the day of the event all invited guests arrived at the school premises in great numbers.

The Ghana national anthem was sung by the school choir. The Chairperson , Miss Gladys Damoah,was introduced to addressed the occasion. She welcomed parents and guardians and thanked them for coming and to witness and support such an event.

The occasion was used to read the biography of the school and create a platform for the pupils of Jopat Academy of Success to exhibit their talents and to show the general public what they are capable of doing after they are being thought by the teachers. The occasion is also used create awareness of the outbreak of Ebola diseases in West Africa, to raise funds for the completion of the school library and to award hard working teachers and pupil of the school. It was a great day that brought joy to the children of the Jopat Academy and their family members!! The guests, parents and guardians showed their appreciation by donating 225$ towards the completions of the library and also a set of desktop computers to be used in the library!! 


”we started from the bottom, now we’re here!!!”

2007 Josephine Agbenozan aka Aunty Jo started the primary school JOPAT ACADEMY OF SUCCESS with a single classroom block and three children- Today the school is able to offer excellent school education for 165 pupils out of which 27 children receive sponsorship!! The Jopat Academy now employs 10 teachers and 2 cooks!! BIG UP if you want to support us dont hesitate to contact us!

This year we were able to complete the third classroom on the 2nd floor. A new classroom is available for children progressing to the 6th grades. We always make sure our newly built classrooms has all the necessary materials needed by teachers and students to enhance teaching and learning .The children who use these new facilities are always full of joy to see their new classroom on the first day at school.

A BIG thank you goes out to everybody who has been supporting us in the past and those who will join us in the near future 😉

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This week a new school term has started and we are happy to welcome our Jopat children back from their summer vacation 🙂 Perfect time to present you a Sneak Peak of our soon-to-be-finished School Report of our very challenging but successful year 2013!

Some of the accomplishments of this year:

  1. We were able to complete the 2nd Floor class for 5th graders.
  2. Our Library room is now completed.
  3. We developed task force teams in the community for the safety of our community and kids.
  4. We provided school wide vaccination for all students and community members.
  5. We obtained Ghana Education Service curriculum guide for all grade levels.
  6. Teacher exams are in place to ensure high quality teachers.
  7.  We are providing free breakfast program for all of our pupils.
  8. A Poly Water Tank has been purchased- Water is Life! 
  9. About 15% of the students at Jopat received academic scholarships this year!

“This school year was challenging but yet profitable and fulfilling in the end. I’m very passionate about student learning and the rewards from education. It was good to see that we were able to complete the second floor despite the materials loss in the beginning and hit all of our goal targets for the 2012 – 2013 school year. Because of caring people from all over the world, Jopat Academy of Success was able to maintain and continue school programs, site development and construction. Due to our excellent and committed teachers we were able to apply more rigorous instruction to our classrooms through the use of technology and curriculum development. ”

Josephine Agbenozan – Proprietress

Exif_JPEG_PICTURE our new water tank

left: Headteacher Lydia Adugyemfi, right: the library under construction


our children enjoying the break in the school yard


left: the second floor containing freshly built library and 5th classroom