ABOUT SWEDRU SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Swedru School of Business (SWESBUS) was founded by the late Joseph Essel, a native of Enyan Denkyira in the Central Region in the year 1955. It was started at Dunkwa-On-Offin, also in the Central Region. It was moved to Saltpond and later transferred to Gomoa Aboso near Agona Swedru in 1959 as Speedwriting Secretarial School.
Thus, the school was to train young boys and girls in clerical and office practice, typing, etc. to fill secretarial opportunities created by commercial firms and to contribute to the training of Ghana's human resources for national development.
In 1967, the school was taken over by the Government and the name changed to Swedru School of Business. In 1975, the school finally found roots at its present site at Nkubem on Otaapriw road, Agona Swedru.
The school started with an initial student intake of four students with three masters. It can now boast of about three thousand and twenty (3,020) students made up of about one thousand, seven hundred and sixty-five (1,765) boys and one thousand, two hundred and fifty-five (1,255) girls for the 2012/2013 academic year.
The staff strength stands at one hundred and twelve (112) teaching and seventy-five (75) non-teaching personnel.
SWEDRU SCHOOL OF BUSINESS LOCATION
P. O. BOX 83, AGONA SWEDRU, Agona Swedru, Central Region, Ghana
Box Agona Swedru Central