Love To See It: 11 Ghanaian Students Among Brampton Manor’s 2021 Excellence Success Story

Nana Aba Adom Gyanwah Arthur is one of 11 Ghanaian students who excelled at Brampton Manor. Photo credit: Brampton Manor/Twitter

Today is results day in the United Kingdom and Ghanaians there are making sure that their excellence is equally celebrated just like anyone else.

For years now, a public high school in the UK called Brampton Manor has become famous for sending relatively less privileged students to first class universities in the UK and the United States of America.

This year, 55 students from the school are going to Oxford and Cambridge, beating all the sought-after private high schools in the UK.

Among the students who scored straight As in their A-Levels exams to are at least 11 students of Ghanaians descent.

All the 11 Ghanaian students have already gained admission to either Oxford, Cambridge or Warwick University – all top universities in the UK.

This is a beautiful display and celebration of black and Ghanaian excellence.

We took the responsibility to introduce all of you the amazing young Ghanaians are also taking pride of place shoulder to shoulder with their colleagues.

Jonathan (Jojo) Afrifa is heading to Warwick University.

Susan Adwoa Hope is going to Cambridge University.

Jada Naa Adoley Fairbanks is going to study Mechanical Engineering at Warwick University.

Kwame Piesie is also going to Warwick University with A*A*A*.

Karena Pearl Efua Sekyibea Arthur is going to Oxford University.

Nana Aba Adom Gyanwah Arthur, on the other hand, is going to Cambridge to study Philosophy.

Delveen Emmalynn Nyarko-Sakyi will study Chemistry at Oxford.

Kwesi-Oti Abeyie-Boateng is headed to Cambridge University.

Daniel Yaw Afiamoa Mensah is also going to study History and Politics at Cambridge University.

Michelle Jifa Kudiabor also got herself into Cambridge University.

Last but certainly not the least, Christabel Sarfo is also on her way to Warwick University to read Sociology.

We are just excited that young Ghanaians are making sure that they are part of this great Brampton Manor tradition of excellence.


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