Christian Praise International Centre (CPIC) has opened its first educational facility at Ningo to enhance literacy in the Ningo-Prampram District.
The six-unit classroom block and a Junior High School (JHS) stands in a serene environment to facilitate teaching and learning.
Speaking at the ribbon cutting ceremony to open the school, Bishop Dr Stephen Owusu Jackson, National Chairman of CPIC, said education is an investment no parent should deny their children.
All the developed countries in the world have come thus far through education, he explained.
Bishop Dr Jackson encouraged parents to do all they can to give quality education to their children to become useful to them and the state.
To the government, Bishop Dr Jackson said it should remain focused on its determination to provide free, quality education to all Ghanaian children in the second-cycle schools.
He welcomed the proposed double-track system by the government to address the huge intake of Senior High School (SHS) students, when the 2018/2019 academic year opens in September this year.