St. Francis College of Education was the first catholic institution established in
the Lower Volta Vicariate in 1908 by the German SCD missionaries on a parcel of land donated by Bla, Kpeme, and Abansi.
It was then called St. Augustine’s College.
The following departments are available at the institute:
(iv)Social sciences department
(v)Pre-Vocational Skills department
The institution’s mission statement is to serve as a centre of excellence which will inculcate in its products the requisite academic abilities,
and moral values for teaching at the basic school level,
conduct research and disseminate educational policies.
Courses offered(1 courses)
|B.Sc. Applied Mathematics (Mathematics)|
List of Alumni
Below find a list of former and current students of St. Francis College of Education.
- Adjei Justice Kingsley (General Art Class of 2012)
Having completed in 2012 I continued to university of cape coast to do my degree and looking forward to do my masters in the near future
- Gaba Sampson(General Class of 2011)
For further studies
- Isaac Adofo Boama(Mathematics and Science Class of 2012)
Am now teaching at obo kwahu in the Eastern region of Ghana. in fact, Franco is the best college of education in Ghana.
- Adanda Clifford(GENERAL ART Class of 2012)
teaching in the volta region. Franco is a Kuul institution with hard working tutors who ensure success of their students
- Cletus X?Lali(Science Class of 2000)
- Tetteh Nathan(Diploma in Basic Education Class of 2010)
Currently pursuing further studies.