The Academic Talent Development Program (ATDP Ghana) is
registered as a foundation and championed by the AB
Review Education hub with a vision of nurturing Ghana's
next generation of academic thinkers, innovators and doers.
The program module touches on all facets of the academic spectrum and provides opportunities for students with different interests to explore their unique strengths.
The Sharks Quiz is an exciting all
round academic challenge, open to all schools in Ghana, and tests students in the four core competencies: Literacy, Numeracy, STEM and Social Literacy.
The Orators is an inter high school program designed to foster the cognitive, critical thinking and expression of students. Towards the fulfilment of contributing to the holistic development of students within and beyond
In partnership with the largest International Olympiad Centre, the Singapore International Mastery Contest Center (SIMCC), the Ghana Olympiad Academy provides opportunity for students in Ghana to partake in International Olympiad examinations.
The Young Global Scholars Program assists highly motivated students from all backgrounds across the country to apply for higher education opportunities across the globe.
The Economics and Business Challenge is an annual competition in economics organized for high school students.
For the Math geniuses, Mathleticus is an individual Math competition designed for students who love to solve intricate Math problems.
The Ghana STEM Olympiad is an initiative of the Ghana
Olympiad Academy to promote STEM subjects in the country and to give students
exposure about possible career choices in STEM fields. STEM stands for Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Tentative 2022 Program Timeline
- Mentoring Sessions: Online (November 14 and 15 2022)
- Exams: Online - Nov 17, 2022
- Awards: Hybrid - Nov 24, 2022
Deadline for Registration: 1st November, 2022
Registration Fee is GHC 200
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