MISSION: Our mission is to ensure rapid development and delivery of quality education and training of students to achieve high moral uprightness and academic excellence for higher institutions and to contribute positively to their communities.
VISION: Our vision is to provide, develop and enhance efficiency in the quality of Education with unequal standards, discipline, high morals, uprightness and impeccable cleanliness, for the benefit of our students and the community.
OUR VALUES: Presbyterian Senior High Technical School, Adukrom-Akuapem (PRESTECH) believes in trusting the word of God in totality. We are guided by hard work, integrity, discipline humility and politeness, which creates an enabling teaching and learning environment to enhance skills and academic excellence.
LOCATION: The school is situated at Adukrom-Akuapem near the Presbyterian Church building. The school land measures 16.0 acres, which was part of Presbyterian legally, acquired land.
SCHOOL CREST : The school has a crest. The design is a hand with a torch, and a Heart on a Book.
MOTTO:: “Education for Development.”
Hierachy of Heads
1. 1st Head - Mr J N Asante - 1991-2001
2. 2nd Head - Mr Kwame Odame-Yeboah- 2001-2007
3. 3rd Head - Mr Emmanuel Otu-Koram- 2007-2013
4. 4th Head - Mr Andrews Baah-Kwako- 2013-2018
5. 5th Head - Mrs Joyce Appiah -2018-2019
6. 6th Head - Mr Samuel Obeng-Asamoah- 2019-2020
7. 7th Head - Mrs Bernice N Mensah-Akutteh- 2020- to date
In 1925, the school began its existence as a middle boarding school to serve Adukrom-Akuapem Township and its environs. The name SALEM, as it was then known was run by the Basel missionaries, the forerunners of the present Presbyterian Church of Ghana. The middle boarding school was upgraded to a teacher training college in the early 1965, when the need arose for the establishment of more teacher training colleges in the country.
In the early 1970’s, it was again converted into a secondary institution and it was called Nifa Secondary School. Nifa secondary school was moved to its present site, situated on the Akuapem-Apirede road, and the old site was converted into one of the Experimental Junior secondary schools in the year 1976. In 1991, the school eventually became a community-based Senior Technical School to offer Technical, Agriculture Science and Vocational programmes, under the 1987 Ghana Educational Reforms. Mr. Joseph Nana Asante was posted to the school as the first Substantive Headmaster. At that time the student population was very small with about nineteen (19) teaching and thirteen (13) non- teaching staff.
There was a board and the PTA readily formed. The board of eleven (11) members, including the Chairman and the Secretary. The Parent- Teacher Association (PTA) also had nine (9) members, including the Chairman and the Secretary. The school gained a full boarding status in the 2011/2012 academic year. The name of the school was changed to Presbyterian Senior High Technical School in the 2012/2013 academic year; 26th January, 2012 to be precise.You are most welcome to Presby Senior High Technical-Adukrom-Akuapem Thank you!