Students and Teachers of the various competing schools are geared up in anticipation for the one eighth stage contest of the 2020 NSMQ competition which comes off on Monday September 28, 2020.
All competing schools will battle it out for slogans and academic prowess among themselves in what seems to be a comeback season for some schools. At the end of each session, schools with the highest score will automatically qualify for the quarter finals stage of the competition.
The first group of schools to compete at the one eighth stage of the competition contest on Day One are made up of top 18 high and technical schools in the country.
While some schools are poised to defend and retain the titles they won last year, others are also determined to unseat the known champions so as to claim their own bragging rights for this year’s competition.
Some contestants who were dissatisfied with their performance in the previous stages of the competition have assured of a stronger comeback in the next stages of the competition and are poised to sweep the ultimate championship title as winners of 2020 NMSQ.
The competing schools for Day One of the contest are Boa Amponsem SHS, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, OLAM Shs, Ghana Sec Tech Sch, St Francis Xavier Jnr Seminary, Ofori Panyin Shs, Takoradi Shs, Kumasi Sec Tech, Sogakope Shs, Oti Boateng Shs.
Other competing schools include, Holy Child Shs, Kintampo Shs, Wesley Girls High School, Tema Methodist Shs, Sonrise Shs, Opoku Ware Shs, Agogo State College, Zabzugu Shs, Ghana Shs, Mawuli School, St Margaret Mary Shs.