Potsin T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School is located at Gomoa Potsin, near Winneba in the Central Region of Ghana. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana, established the school in 1972 under Nusrat Jahan (Service to Humanity) Scheme. It however became a Government Assisted School in 1984.
The motto of the school 'Nyamesuro na Nyimdzee ma kanko' literally means “the fear of God and Knowledge bring progress”. The common greeting in the school is “As-salamu Alaikum” which means “Peace be unto you” and the response is “Wa alaikum salaam” which means “And the same peace be unto you too”.
T.I in the school's name stands for Talimul Islam, hence the full name of the school is Talimul Islam Ahmadiyya Senior High School. “Talimul Islam” is an Arabic phrase which means The Teachings of Islam.
To create a conducive environment for all to unearth the potentials of students by offering effective, dedicated and committed services so as to become God-fearing and responsible citizens through the provision of relevant knowledge and skills.
To attain an enviable image in moral uprightness, discipline and academic excellence by creating enabling and conducive environment for teaching and learning.
T. I. Ahmadiyya Senior High, Potsin Anthem
Oh P-AMASS, P-AMASS Ghana's soaring Eagle
Our motto: is Nyamesuro na nyimdzee ma kan koo
We shall never forget you
We are proud of your great deeds!
This is our Future Alma Mater May Allah bless P-AMASS
We shall forever remember you,
Where ever you are
We products and future leaders of Ghana our motherland.