Breaking: GES Releases SHS Placements For BECE Candidates – This Is How To Find Your School

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced the much-anticipated Senior High School (SHS) placements for Junior High School (JHS) students who recently completed the 2023 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). This release marks a crucial step in the academic journey of thousands of students across the country.

To access the placement platform, candidates are to follow the steps below:

Obtain a placement pin code from an approved vendor.

Log onto the site www. cssps. gov. gh

Enter the ten-digit index number and add 23 as the year of completion.

E. g. : 123456789023

Enter the pin code details (serial number and pin) v Click on submit and wait for placement to show up ~ Print your enrolment form, placement slip, and prospectus

In the event that a student is not assigned to any of their preferred schools through the automatic placement system, they will be directed to the Self- Placement Portal. On this portal, the student can choose a school by entering the following details:

– Region

– Residential preference

– School

– Programme of choice

– Submit the information

– Print the form and proceed to the selected school to initiate the admission process.

It’s important to note that schools selected through the Self-Placement Portal can be altered multiple times until the candidate finalizes their enrollment in a school.

Out of the 598, 839 results received from the West African Examination Council (WAEC), 585, 797 candidates meet the qualification criteria for placement. Impressively, 81. 56% (477, 772 candidates) have been automatically placed in their preferred schools, marking a substantial improvement from the previous year, with more than 100, 000 additional students successfully matched.

However, 18. 44% (108, 025 qualified candidates) could not be assigned to any of their chosen schools, necessitating a Self- Placement process where students can select from available school options, as indicated in a press release by the Ghana Education Service’s Head of Public Relations, Cassandra Twum Ampofo.

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