Akim Asafo Secondary School was established as a community school on 18th February 1991, under its first Headmaster Mr. Kyere Alexander Kofi. The school started at the present Methodist JHS premises with seven (7) students but was later moved to its present site in 1994. In 1996, some Baptist Missionaries from America visited the school and decided to adopt it. As part of an arrangement, the name of the school was changed to Akyem Asafo St. Paul’s Community Secondary School. The school however lost contact with the Missionaries and when the previous Government decided to rename all the secondary schools as Senior High Schools, the name of the school metamorphosed to Akim Asafo Senior High School
To ensure that every student who has passed through the walls of the school is given a holistic quality education. We seek to inculcate in students Godliness and moral uprightness as well as help bring out the potentials in them for a lifelong personal responsibility that will enable them not only fit into the society but also contribute their best quota to transform the world around them
To be a centre of excellence in moral and academic training for the youth.