Science Innovation and Incubation Center is transferred from the 2000-year group to Pope John School.

By flymultimediaghana Mar24,2024
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The Pope John Senior High School and Junior Seminary in the Eastern Region, which was founded in 2000, has set out to build an incubation center to support science and innovation within the school.

Science Innovation and Incubation Center is transferred from the 2000-year group to Pope John School.
The Science Innovation and Incubation Center is transferred from the 2000-year group to Pope John School.

With an estimated cost of US$300,000, the Science Innovation and Incubation Center is expected to be finished in two years.

It is anticipated that the center will offer a supportive setting for student and teacher cooperation, experimentation, and research.

The year group president, Kwadwo Asare, stated the project was evidence of the year group’s devotion to academic success in the school and the nation at large during a sod-cutting ceremony last Saturday to start building the center.

He highlighted the benefits that the new building would bring to the school community and thanked every member of the 2000-year-old group who helped to make the project a reality in a variety of ways.

According to Mr. Asare, the year group was thrilled to see the project through to completion and anticipated the benefits it would offer the recipients.

A member of the Project Committee, Dr. Michael Ankama Bekoe, also spoke at the occasion. He mentioned that the center would have a research facility where researchers and scientists could carry out state-of-the-art research in a variety of subjects, such as biology, chemistry, physics, and environmental science.

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