About Us

NUNGUA SECONDARY SCHOOL (now Nungua Senior High School) is a modern Second Cycle Institution founded in 1960 with roots deeply entrenched in Royalty. The name NUNSEC is an acronym for the name - Nungua Secondary School and has been a symbolic name for the school since its inception in 1960.

Nunsec Old Student Association [NOSA] is an Alumni group composed of all old students of the School from 1960 till present.

Membership of the Association composes of Old Student of the school who attended the Nungua Secondary School for ONE or more years and recognized as an alumnus by the School.

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Nii Ayi Owoo


Mr. Eddie Akwetey

Vice President

Mr. Isaac Kwesi Aidoo


Mrs. Faustina Mackin

Assist. Secretary

Mrs. Anatu Moro


Nii Lante Paromeras

Financial Secretary

Mrs. Mary Nartey

Legal Advisor

Ms. Julie Quaye


Mrs. Rita Odoley Sowah

Welfare Officer

Bishop Anibok Hawkson

Member, Council of Elders

Mr. Samuel Gaskin

Member, Council of Elders


Water Treatment Plant

This project was done by the 1987 year group of NOSA. The purpose is to treat water from the school's borehole before it is pumped for use by the entire school family. This is a good and timely intervention because there is no altenative to good drinking and well treated water

35th Speech and Prize Giving Day

The 35th Speech and Prize Giving Day of the school, which coincided with the 25th Anniversary celebration of NOSA 93 (1993 year group) was sponsored by NOSA 93 and NOSA National. THe NOSA 93 Planning Committee, after an eleborate planning organized a fruitful and a memorable Speech and Prize Giving Day for the school along side their 25th Anniversary celebration with the support of NOSA National. The event had dignitaries like Hon. ELizabeth A. Quaye (Minister of Fisheries and Aqua Culture, MP Krowor), a representative of Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum (Dep. Miniter of Education) and Hon. Kwamena Bartels. Other dignified individuals and old students were also present at the occasion.


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    Nunsec was a cradle of excellence. A home for all with diverse characters and personalities. The School taught me a life-long lesson of the importance of hardwork, generosity, responsibility, sincerity, being each other's keeper and love for all. These are sterling qualities I also gladly instilled in my children and I can proudly say that it immensely helped my nuclear family in our various fields of work and endeavor. I will forever cherish the time I spent at Nunsec.

    Mr. Samuel Ashong 1968 Year Group