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Mfantsiman Girls’ Secondary School was formerly known as Saltpond Girls’ Secondary School.  The name was changed to Mfantsiman when the District of Saltpond became the District of Mfantsiman.  The school was founded by the late Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, President of the First Republic of Ghana as a special gesture of appreciation to the people of Saltpond for the part the town played in the political history of the country.

The motto of the school in Latin used to be “Ad Aster Per Astera”, meaning Aim High.

The name of their alumni group is Mfantsiman Old Girls’ Association (MOGA).

“For the Might of Thine Arm”
Methodist Hymn Book: #715

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For the might of Thine arm we bless Thee,
Our God, our fathers’ God;
Thou hast kept Thy pilgrim people
by the strength of Thy staff and rod;
Thou hast called us to the journey
Which faithless feet ne’er trod;
For the might of Thine arm we bless Thee,
Our God, our fathers’ God.

 For the love of Christ constraining,
That bound their hearts as one;
For the faith in truth and freedom
In which their work was done;
For the peace of God’s evangel,
Where with their feet were shod;
For the might of Thine arm we bless Thee,
Our God, our fathers’ God.

We are watchers of a beacon,
Whose light must never die;
We are guardians of an altar,
That shows Thee ever nigh;
We are children of Thy freemen,
Who sleep beneath the sod;
For the might of Thine arm we bless Thee,
Our God, our fathers’ God.

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 May the shadow of Thy presence,
Around our camp be spread;
Baptize us with the courage,
Thou gavest to our dead;
O keep us in the pathway,
Their saintly feet have trod;
For the might of Thine arm we bless Thee,
Our God, our fathers’ God.

Credit: mfantsiman.org
 

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