1. All Pre-tertiary School Proprietors have up to end of year to license their schools.
2. All Pre-tertiary School Proprietors must register their schools with the Registrar General’s Department (RGD) as business entities before they can be licensed by NaSIA.
3. Licensing fee is non-negotiable however School Proprietors can request for a payment plan from NaSIA.
4. NaSIA’s utmost aim is to support Schools to improve and succeed in the system.
5. Regional and District Offices will soon be in place to decentralise the administrative functions of NaSIA.
If you own a School in Ghana, the Act 1023 requires you to acquire a license from NaSIA to operate.
Wednesday May 5th, 2021 witnessed a successful stakeholder engagement at Elmina, Coconut Grove Hotel in the Central Region which saw the participation of over some 100 School Proprietors from Private and Public Schools. There were also representations from the Ghana Education Service (GES) and other School Associations.