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How To Download GES SHS Selection Register 2023 (PDF)


GES SHS Selection Register; This article will guide you on how you can Check and download GES SHS Selection Register 2023 (PDF). Anybody that follow the guidelines below can now download the GES SHS school selection register for 2023 in PDF format.

GES SHS Selection Register

The Ghana Education Service (GES) management have released the senior high school (SHS) selection register. This is coming following the release of the school selection guidelines for the 2023/2024 academic year.

How To Download GES SHS Selection Register

The Ghana Education Service (GES) SHS selection register contains all the names of senior high school, locations, school codes, districts, programmes, email addresses, and gender across the 16 regions of Ghana.

The list contains a total of 721 senior high schools grouped based on categories (A-D) and across all the regions. It also contains a list of programmes for private senior high schools. Additionally, it contains a list of public technical institutions and their courses.


Private candidates should see the SHS selection process for guidelines on how to select their preferred school.

Computerized School Selection and Placement Systems (CSSPS) Guidelines for Selection of Schools for Placement 2023

As part of measures to ensure a smooth placement of qualified BECE candidates for 2023, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has put in place the following arrangements for the information of parents/guardians/candidates and the general public.

A. Grouping of Schools

All second cycle institutions have been grouped into CATEGORIES as follows:

a. Public Second Cycle Institutions: Four groups namely Categories A, B, C and D
b. I. All Technical and Vocational Education and Training institutions have been categorised into A, B and C, and added to SHS/ SHTS.

B. Updates Added

I. One hundred and thirty-nine (139) TVETS institutions previously under various ministries have been added

II. Appendix 1: contains Detailed Technical and Vocational Education and Training Service (TVETS) programmes

III. Appendix 2: contains detailed subjects of the Technical Programmes in the Sec/Tech. institutions

IV. Appendix 3: contains Special Boarding Schools for the Sixth (6th) Choice

V. Appendix 4: contains list of Special Education Division (SPED) Schools

V. Sample choice: Some examples of correct and wrong choice patterns

VI. Some schools have been moved to different Categories (Recategorised)

The table below presents second cycle institutions that have facilities for special education for the Physically Challenged and Visually-Impaired Candidates.

aOkuapeman Senior High SchoolAkropongAkuapem NorthEasternVisually/Hearing Impaired
bMampong Akuapem Senior High/Technical SchoolMampong AkuapemAkuapem NorthEasternHearing Impaired
cGhana National CollegeCape CoastCape Coast MetroCentralVisually Impaired
dAdidome Senior High SchoolAdidomeCentral TonguVoltaVisually Impaired
eMawuli SchoolHoHo MunicipalVoltaVisually Impaired
fWenchi Meth. Senior HighWenchiWenchi MunicipalBonoVisually Impaired
gSirigu Senior High SchoolSiriguKasena-Nankana WestUpper EastVisually Impaired
hSt. John’s Integrated Senior High/Technical SchoolTonoKasena-Nankana MunicipalUpper EastHearing Impaired
iWa Senior High SchoolWaWa MunicipalUpper WestVisually Impaired
C. Before Selection of Schools and Programmes

Before making any selection of schools and programmes offered in these schools, parents are advised to note that all schools selected (1st to 6th) are considered in the placement of candidates.

D. Conditions for selection of schools

a. Must choose Six (6) schools (1st – 6th choices ) in all. Candidates with guidance and assistance from parents/guardians and school authorities:

b. Must select programmes and accommodation for each selected school
c. Must choose a compulsory day as 6th choice (Catchment Area School) or choose boarding School from the list of schools in Appendix 3.

d. Must list 1st – 5th choices in order of preference
e. Candidates who wish to offer purely TVET Programmes must select all six(6) TVETS schools from CATEGORY A, B and C as Day or Boarding
f. Cannot choose more than one (1) School from Category A
g. Cannot select more than two (2) schools from Category B

h. May select five (5) choices from Category C and One (1) from Category D (Day) or Appendix 3 (Special Boarding)

Candidates who desire to pursue courses in private schools should make their own arrangements with Private SHS and PRIVATE TVET.

NOTE: Regardless of the categories chosen, candidates must arrange their choices in order of preference.

Some examples of correct choice selections

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