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Frequently Asked Questions

There is much to consider in choosing a school that meets your ward’s educational needs and ensures that they are equipped with the knowledge, skills and values they need to succeed in the dynamic 21st century.

To help you decide if Alpha Beta is the right fit for your child, please find below a few frequently asked questions.

If you have specific questions, please contact our Admissions Team on 0302 308002/ 020 253 2278 or email

Alpha Beta Education Centres offers an enhanced International Curriculum from Preschool right through to Sixth Form. Our curriculum offerings are as follows:

  • Pre-school (Montessori, Early Years Foundation Stage – EYFS)
  • Primary (Pearson Edexcel iPrimary Programme)
  • Secondary (Cambridge Assessment International Education –  IGCSE and A Levels)

To ensure students have a holistic educational experience, students are exposed to non-core subjects such as art, music, physical education, French, Ghanaian languages and entrepreneurial leadership.

Students are expected to arrive at school on time and be picked up promptly at closing. To promote discipline and punctuality, school gates close at 8 am prompt. Students who arrive late may be denied entry. The school hours for each section are as follows:

Pre-school: 7.30am – 1.30pm (Afterschool programme 2 – 3pm)

Primary school: 7.30am – 2.10pm

Secondary school: 7.30am – 3.30pm

Breaks: Students have 2 breaks each day. The first break is for lunch (a heavy  meal) and the second break is for snacks. Times vary depending on the class.

We run a canteen service on campus. A pre-paid cooked meals/snacks service is available for all students. A variety of nutritious meals are available to order on a two-week rolling menu with two meal options available each day.  Payment must be made monthly however food orders can be placed weekly. 

Students also have the option of bringing in packed lunches to school. (Meals from home cannot be reheated at school and must be kept warm in a food flask.)

A cafe service is available at our Primary/Secondary campus serving a variety of hot and cold snacks and drinks before and after school.

To ensure that students receive dedicated support and attention, our class sizes are as follows:

  • Pre-school: 8 – 10 per teacher
  • Primary: Approximately 25 per class (Teacher supported by an assistant)
  • Secondary: Approximately 25 per class (Form tutors assigned to each class)

As part of our commitment to producing well-rounded students, Alpha Beta hosts a rich co-curricular activity programme to increase your child’s exposure to various interests, careers and people. All activities within this programme are carefully designed to contribute to your childs’ leadership, socio-emotional, and inter-personal development. A variety of activities are available to students including sports, afterschool clubs such as ballet, coding, cookery and robotics and student clubs such as Bible Club and Red Cross. (Programme availability is dependent on demand and covid safety measures).

Students are exposed to a large variety of interactive online learning resources to complement their learning in the classroom. Platforms used include Pearson’s Activelearn website and Google Classroom. Students have access to the Google Suite for Education and all the apps it has to offer.

Virtual Learning is offered using Google Meet or Zoom and other online resources when students are unable to attend physical lessons (E.g. During the pandemic).

We provide a counselling service for our students which supports them with:

  • Careers planning
  • Ghanaian and international university applications
  • University admissions interview preparation
  • Study skills
  • Personal/Social development
  • Counselling on personal problems affecting students’ academic work or general well-being
  • Individual Success Plans (ISP)

To provide students with a holistic learning experience, our Community Engagement Department continuously seeks opportunities for students to broaden their horizons and learn new and exciting skills. Here are a few of the special programmes we run:

The Adinkrahene Leadership Programme

Student Market

Perbi Cubs Digital Library Service

UCMAS Abacus Program/ iMaths Program 

Local and international field trips (E.g. Ghana regional tours, UK, USA, France, South Africa)

School Events (E.g. International Day, Heritage Day, Science Fair)

Typically, students are accepted at the beginning of the academic year in September unless there are compelling reasons to accept them at any other time. Parents who wish to register their wards to join the Alpha Beta family may do so by following the steps below:


  1. Fill in a registration form and pay a registration fee (Available from administration/ by email. Fee payable on submission)
  2. Submit the registration form and fee with the following supporting documents 
    • Birth certificate
    • Weighing card
    • Last 2 terms school reports (if moving from another school)
  3. Schedule an entrance examination (or Readiness Assessment for pre-school)
  4. Take the entrance examination
  5. Have an interview
  6. Successful candidates will be given an offer of admission
  7. To accept the offer of admission, you will need to pay the admission fee and full-term fee for the first term.


Click to download the school prospectus: – it provides you with a general overview of our prestigious institution, programs, and steps to gaining admission.

Alpha Beta has had a strong focus on equipping our students with entrepreneurial leadership skills for almost a decade.


In our quest to raise a new generation of ethical, creative and resilient African leaders, Entrepreneurial Leadership is a key area of focus especially for our students in the Secondary Department. The ALP curriculum ensures that students receive structured opportunities to improve their understanding, skills, values, personal and social development with the aim of becoming better leaders. Through experiential, reflective and service-learning approaches, students develop socio-emotional, critical thinking and leadership skills as well as Christian values, communication and self-leadership skills. 

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