St. James Seminary in the Bono region is one of the best Senior High Schools in Ghana and in the West Africa sub-region.
Established in 1978 by the late Bishop of the Sunyani Catholic Diocese, Most Reverend James Kwadwo Owusu, the school has carved a very enviable record for itself.
It has risen through the years to become the best school in Ghana and even produced the best WASSCE students in Ghana and West Africa on several occasions.
Despite having won several awards in both the Sciences and Arts, management of the school has never been complacent when it comes to discipline.
At St. James, discipline is a tradition and key, and students are expected to at all times exhibit a high sense of discipline.
Interestingly, the discipline is so high that final year students go into the examination hall without shoes, belts, and underwear.
Like the students there say “The tradition goes on. No shoes, no belt, no underwear Yet boys go blow!”
The picture below depicts how students enter the examination hall.