10 out of 27 Senior High Schools shortlisted to compete in the 2021 edition of the National Onga cook art competition at the regional stage have qualified to the national level of the cooking contest, the Ghana Education Service announced Friday.
The Education Service in a blog post sighted by EducationWeb.com.gh said the purpose of the cook art competition is to enable students in Senior High Students who offer Home Economics programme test their skills in cooking and culinary art.
The competition organised by PMC Media, Onga and in partnership with the Ghana Education Service (GES) is an annual event that starts at the regional levels where the schools compete for slots at the national event.
“This year’s Onga cook Art shortlisted 27 schools for the preliminary stage and put them into four (4) zones,” the spokeswoman for the Service stated in the post.
According to GES, the 2021 edition of the national competition which will be held from 4th – 9th July at GNAT Hall, Accra.
Qualified schools are; Wesley Girls’ SHS, Akwamuman SHS, Ghana SHS, Koforidua, Konongo Odumasi SHS, Bolga Girls’ SHS, Aburi Girls’ SHS, Mfantsiman Girls’ SHS, Archbishop Porter Girls’ SHS, Yaa Asantewaa Girls’ SHS, Kumasi and Ghana SHS, Tamale.