Heritage Academy was established on 14th of September 2004. The brain behind its establishment was Bishop Adjeman, the General Overseer of Winners Chapel Ghana. The first headmistress of the School was Mrs. Grace A. Sagoe. The School started from the ECD to Lower Primary. From its humble beginning and within a short period of time, Heritage Academy has grown into a big school with a population of over six hundred children. The School currently comprises of the ECD, Primary and JHS departments. The first batch of JHS 3 students sat for the BECE in 2011 and came out with excellent results. Since that time, the school has performed wonderfully well at the subsequent BECE’s.

With the holistic focus of an education which trains not only the mind, but the body and Spirit as well, Heritage Academy is set to be amongst the best schools in the country.

Heritage Academy is an institution categorised as a basic school. It is made up of three academic departments that is the Early Childhood Development (ECD), Primary and J H S.


The school is blessed with experienced staff who have vast exposure in  academia at the basic level.

Granduants of 2020.











We do not just impact academic knowledge, we assist our children to bring out the God given talents and position them to be useful to themselves, community and the society as a whole hence our motto ‘Raising Future Leaders’.

Language Theatre















The language Theatre is designed to teach children practically via audio-visual.We believe that, modern day education is led by technology hence our policy of exposing the children to the technological way of knowledge acquisition.

I C T Laboratory











Technology is a driving force in modern day exposure. Our equipped lab is designed to teach the children practically using IT. Our aim of teaching with technology is to position the children on a higher pedestal that will enable them to meet future challenges in the fast growing technology driven labor market.












The library is an avenue we refer the children to seek information about the requirement from the syllabus and general knowledge that will inculcate in them the fact finding attitudes needed in our current way of acquiring knowledge.