Thirty-two Junior High School (JHS) students have been shortlisted for the 2018 edition of Ghana’s Brightest Student Quiz which has been slated for August 27 to 31, 2018.
The event will take place at All Nations University in Eastern Region.
Organized by the Brain Project in partnership with Ghana Education Service (GES) and Ghana Library Board, the candidates will answer questions from the core subjects at the basic level such as Integrated Science, Maths, English and Social Studies.
Information is that, the ultimate cash prize is GhS10, 000, the final 32 were shortlisted from 185 schools across the country.
The quiz will be held alongside the Ghana Scholars Fest which seeks to promote academic excellence among Junior High School students in the country.
Greater Accra had the highest number of qualified candidates followed by Eastern Region, Central Region, Ashanti and Northern Region.
Founder of the Project in an interview to the media said, one of the objectives of his organisation is to facilitate learning by providing tuition, coaching on study skills and other life skills.
He added again that, the project seek better welfare of students and enhances them of learning hard to yearn good results end of day.
He said the institution has achieved this goal by celebrating academically excellent students through quiz competitions.
“In the process we motivate these students to give off their academic best whilst making them role models their colleagues are motivated to emulate,” – he said.
He expressed appreciation to his partners, GES, the Ghana Library Board, All Nations University College, Intelligent Space Systems Laboratory and CHOCHO Industries.