Kwesimintsim Primary A&B and JSH A&B, affectionately known as KAMSCO within the community, hold a special place as one of the oldest schools in the metropolis. However, it faces significant challenges, particularly regarding its infrastructure, with notable issues in its toilet facilities and the container library.
The container library, a project initiated by former MP Mrs. Glady Asmah in 2008, has reached a state of deterioration over the years. These challenges highlight the pressing need for refurbishment and maintenance of the school's facilities.
Despite these challenges, KAMSCO has a rich history of producing prominent individuals who have made significant contributions to the community and beyond. Some of these notable alumni include:
These individuals exemplify the school's legacy of nurturing talent and contributing to the development of Kwesimintsim and the wider community.
However, addressing the school's infrastructure challenges would be crucial in ensuring that future generations continue to receive quality education and opportunities for success.
This school serves communities like Kwesimintsim and its Zongos, Assakai, Whindo, Apremdo, Sawmill, Lagos Town, and Airport Ridge.
When contacted, the Metro. Director of Education, Mrs Sally Nelly Coleman, responded, "Plans are in place to construct new modern toilets for all such schools in the metropolitan area."
It remains to be seen what some of these notable alumni above will do to help with the situation.