The Kumasi-based Opoku Ware School, Adisadel College, and the Accra-based Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School are the last schools standing to compete for this year’s National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) trophy.
The three popular schools in the country have come a long way since the commencement of the most-watched television quiz programme. Even though other top schools were featured but couldn’t make to the final stage.
The interesting part of this stage is that all the aforementioned single-sexed schools are formal champions of the competition and are representing different regions, thus Ashanti Region, Greater Accra and Central Region.
The Kumasi-based Opoku Ware School would become a three-time champion should the organizers of the NSMQ, PrimeTime and its stakeholders pronounce them the overall winner of the competition.
The Cape Coast-based Adisadel College, popularly known as “ADISCO” similarly would be a second time champion of the NSMQ.
But, should the 5 times champion be adjudged the winner of this year’s national competition, then the Accra-based Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School would be the most successful NSMQ school ever in history.