Old School Reunions offer an opportunity for people to meet up and reflect on past events in school and to appreciate each other and most importantly the Almighty God for how far people have come.
Each reunion is different because each class is unique in its own respect. Class reunion is both exciting and fun especially when classmates have to recognize each other after over 20 years of separation.
These days’ social media offer platforms for various schools and classmates to unite and interact as groups.
In March, 2016 the 93 year Group of Mpreaso Secondary School translated their grouping into reality by uniting classmates from the diaspora and Ghana at the Amasaman residence of their interim President, Mrs. Doris Anane Boateng in Accra, Ghana.
This milestone provided the opportunity to reflect, appreciate, share each other’s achievements, encourage each other and above all say thank you to old friends who played pivotal roles in their lives.
The 93 year group discussed among others how best they can play meaning roles in the development of their alma mater and how well they could solidify their union to draw on each other’s strength.
The group had so much to eat, drink, danced and recollected various events in school. Before the fun began Mr. Alex Ntori a member of the group asked for a minute silence to be observed for all departed fellows. Ms. Janet Owusua the treasurer of the group commended her colleagues for their commitment to financial contributions towards their activities. The meeting provided a good networking stage as the classmates shared business ideas and interacted on issues of interest. This was their first meeting after 24 years since they completed school but they have however been well connected on social media.
Mpreaso Senior High School which is located in the Kwahu South District of the Eastern Region was founded in 1961 to serve as a Center of Excellence to train its products the requisite academic proficiency and skills that will enable them contribute their quota towards the development of the Ghana. Today, products of the school occupy enviable positions in society and many others have established themselves in successful businesses.