In 1983, Upper Manya Krobo had 48 Middle Schools but no second cycle institution thereby making higher education inaccessible to many pupils in the District. To rectify this anomaly, the Asesewa Community Day Agricultural Secondary Commercial School with fifteen (15) students and Mr. C K Narh as the first Headmaster was started. The School started operating the boarding system in September 2005.
To ensure the provision of relevant resources that will enhance effective teaching and learning which will mould the character, conduct and behaviour of students so they can become independent, build confidence and gain academic knowledge and skills for self-benefit and society.
The vision of the School is to be a centre of academic excellence through discipline, hard work, knowledge and skills acquisition for lifelong independence for our students.