- National Africa College Collaborates with One Accord Group
- Update on National Africa College Online High School- Grades 6-12
- National Africa College Online High School- Enrolling new students !
- National Africa College Online High School (NACOHS) opens in Ghana in September 2014
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National Africa (Online) College has teamed up with One Accord Group to open it's international offices in the U.S. in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts. National Africa is in partnership with some online course providers to provide short-term professional, high school diploma, associate and bachelors' degree courses.
The dedication of the building took place on Sunday November 30 with two senior pastors of the Church of Pentecost USA Inc, Pastor Joseph Antwi of the New England District and Overseer Paul Asante-Yeboah of the Worcester PIWC officiating. The offices would be opened to the general public on Monday January 5, 2015.
- The National Africa College (Online High School) enrolls students from Grade 6 -12. Curriculum is based on the American High School System.
The diploma awarded upon graduation is accredited and allows students to enroll in U.S. Universities without any hassle. We offer extra-curricular activities in the U.S. and other countries in Africa and teach SAT/ACT to help with university admission and possible full or partial scholarship. Our fees are among the most moderate online with flexible payment plan.
With only a computer and internet, you are ready to start from wherever you may be- Africa, Asia, Europe and here in the US and Canada!
We offer our students counseling on choice of courses and the best universities suited for them.
In addition, we offer classes (online and face to face) to students and others who want to learn an African language and culture
Greetings from Ghana where I have been for the past four weeks!
We are pleased to report that the Registrar General's Department has approved the request for the establishment of National Africa College Online High School (NACOHS) in Ghana and the sub-Sahara African region, and has provided us with the registration certificates accordingly. NACOHS has also been granted permission to start enrolling students beginning September 2014. Even though the high school curriculum would be based on the US education system, the regional examining body in Ghana and West Africa, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) would accept students from our school who apply to take examinations with them.
NACOHS's US based high school curriculum means that our students would be awarded a US high school diploma and therefore get the chance to apply to any US university and other equally good universities in Canada, UK, Australia and the rest of the world.
Prince M. Obiri-Mainoo Executive Director