- Roman Ridge School in Accra has the admission fee for its students to be N1.4 million
- This does not include tuition, lunch, uniform and registration fee which have to be paid by the students' parents or guardians
- Social media users have been reacting heavily after a picture of the invoice surfaced online
Reports confirmed by a photo of an invoice that was taken by a parent whose ward is at the Roman Ridge School in Accra suggests a high admission fee.
In the picture that was seen by Legit.ng on celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, it was indicated that the fee for admission alone was N1.4 million which did not include lunch, school uniform and tuition.
As the invoice further revealed, the tuition per term is N716,379 thousand for students from class six and below, N850,717 thousand for students from form 1 to 5 and N895,474 thousand for sixth form students.
Apart from these, parents and guardians are required to pay N38,934 thousand as registration fee and also provide for feeding expenses for their wards as well as their uniform.
Many Ghanaians have been reacting wildly to the trending report.
Zechariah Wanney stated that these same students paying the high fees will end up at the University of Ghana, KNUST and others, just like students who went to more affordable institutions.
Troya Sunday William advised parents to afford what they can as, at the end of the day, the students will be on the same level as employees and employers with the alumni of more affordable institutions
Queku Iniesta asked if the teachers in the school are the originators of the knowledge they impart in the students
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported how reactions trailed media personality Toolz complaints of high cost of school fees in the country.
According to her, her first son who is popularly referred to as chairman is set to start school.
The mother of two boys noted that she has been asking her friends about school fees and she can't believe how much it would cost her to enroll her son in nursery.
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