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All students and parents are informed that the school will vacate on the 31st March. 2012
Posted 29th March. 2012 | Get Details »
Re-Opening, 30th April, 2012
The School re-open on the 30th April,2012 for all Students
Posted 29th March 2011 | Get Details »
ERSCSSA (11th Nov, 2011)
NJUASCO won 1st postion in Volley Ball (Boys.)
  • 1st Volleyball - Boys
  • 2nd Handball - Boys
  • 2nd Table tennis - Boys
  • 3rd Basketball - Girls
  • 3rd Hockey ball - Boys
  • 3rd Volleyball - Girls
Posted 12th Dec. 2011 | Get Details »


New Juaben Senior High School started as a private school established by Mr. G. Kwaku Adjei, a native of Asokore, Koforidua in 1953. New Juaben College of Commerce NJUACOCO (as it was then called ) became a Government Assisted Secondary School in 1965 and it New Juaben Secondary  Commercial School. (NJUASCO).

It was Daasebre Nana Kwaku Boateng (the then Omanhene of New Juaben  Traditional Area) who graciously donated the land the school is currently occupying.

A personality who was very instrumental in the building of the structures in the school, (except the P.T.A. block, the clinic and the on-going girls dormitory) was colonel George Minyilah ( Rtd).

The school moved to its present site in 1976 and the
first Headmaster was Mr. N. K. Inkoom. The successive Headmasters who
followed are:
Mr. Amo Asare ( 1984 – 1986)
Mr. S. A. Asante  (1986 – 1990)
Mr. Boniface Adjei (1990 – 2003)
and the present Headmaster is Mr. Yaw Asante.

The school was a Sixth Form school noted for its performance in Business and other related subjects. In fact it was/is one of the best business schools in the country. The school now offers General Arts, General Science,  Home Economics in addition to

Apart from academic excellence the school has chalked successes in the field of sports.   The school has always been amongst the best in the region. The school has produced National sportsmen like:  Evelyn Boahene, Stephen Kwame Adjei, Joseph Boateng ( Table Tennis) Offei Septhen ( Hassacas), Desmond Amoah ( Hearts of oak) and Yaa Afrakoma ( Athletics)

For some years our girls have been the regional volleyball champions. They have been the Milo National champions for two consecutive years ( 2001  -  2002) and runners up twice  ( 2000  and  2003).

Since the inception of the SSS/SHS programme the school has been performing better and better most of our students gaining admission into the universities and other tertiary institutions.

The level of discipline in the school is quite high.

The students of the school get readily employed after school and many of them occupy very high positions in various offices and institutions.