National Science and Mathematics Quiz
The school first appeared on the programme in 1999 but was thrown out in the first round by Wesley Girls’ High School.
In 2001, we were invited again to participate in the competition as an unseeded school. KASS defeated St. Louis Girls’ Secondary School to qualify for a seeded status. Interestingly, St. Louis was a seeded school. We climbed up to the quarter final stage but were beaten by Pope John’s Secondary School. We placed sixth among twenty-four invited schools.
In 2002, KASS reached the quarter final stage and was kicked out by St. Peter’s Secondary School. We placed seventh in that year’s competition.
In 2003, after thrashing Sekondi College and St. Rose’s Girls’ School, in turns, we entered into the quarter final zone. We suffered a defeat in hands of Achimota School. There again, we settled for the seventh position out of twenty-eight invited schools.
In 2004, we reached the 1/8-final stage. We lost to Tamale Secondary School and placed eleventh out of thirty invited schools.
In 2005, we presented one of the finest squads, so far, in the history of the contest. We got to the quarter final stage but lost narrowly to Presby Boys’ School, Legon. We took the fifth position.
In 2006, we were beaten by St. Augustine’s College, Cape Coast, at the quarter final stage. We placed seventh out of 32 invited teams.
In 2007, we defeated Sunyani Secondary School, Keta Secoandary School, St. Francis Xavier Secondary School and Prempeh College, in that order. We got to the grand finale only to suffer a painful defeat in the hands of St. Augustine’s College. We placed second in the entire competition. There were forty (40) participating schools.
In 2008, we reached the quarter final stage, but were knocked out by Wesley Girls’ High School, Cape Coast. We settled for the sixth position out of forty invited schools.
In 2009, KASS defeated Mfantsipim, Keta, and Opoku Ware Schools to reach the semi-final stage. We lost to Achimota School at that stage. That notwithstanding, we defeated St. Augustine’s College in the play-off and eventually emerged third out of twenty participating schools.