Our Lady of Lourdes Girls' Senior High started as a middle school, with boarding for girls in 1958, but was later changed into a Secondary/Technical in 1992. Bishop Lucas, the then headmaster at that time reverted the school to a girls’ Senior High School, to sensitise the community on the importance of girl-child education.
To provide an environment for moral and academic excellence for the female .gender integral transmission through quality education for self-actualisation and service to humanity.
To become a centre for holistic female transformation in Northern Ghana.
Awards and Achievements
|Year||Title of Award||Position|
|2017||Best in table tennis|
|2017||Won the best behaved award during Interschools sports competition|
|Winners of Independence Day Student Parade for four consecutive times since 2014|