Joy2theWorld International Christian Academy on board with our beautiful Early Childhood Department who took a whole day for a trip to the Park. Lakeside Marina Park is a new facility […]
Improving the environment while building the future!
Joy2theWorld is excited to announce (near) future plans to build a new, safer building on land purchased by generous donors. This is unique to Ghana and has raised a few […]
EARLY CHILDHOOD KIDS EXERCISING
The kids from the early child class, precisely nursery one and nursery two class doing their normal exercise on the field with their teachers monitoring them so no one will […]
COMMUNITY WATER PROJECT
Joy2theworld in collaboration with Voltic Ghana Limited has alleviated the age-long water burden of people in Yanohan Village in Accra Ghana by installing mechanised boreholes that save them the effort […]
SWIMMING FOR FUN
The children have fun in the pool by splashing water on them, laughing, happy with each other by swimming; in fact the children really enjoyed the pool. It’s something they […]
Kindergarten One (KG 1) Pupils Demonstrate Eating A Balanced Diet To Keep The Body Healthy.
KG 1 pupils had a practical demonstration on eating a balanced diet on Friday, 18th March 2022. The kids learnt that a balanced diet is made up of food from […]
The Cadet Corps Visits Burma Camp
Joy2theWorld Cadet Corps went for a visit at Burma Camp on Monday, 7th March 2022. It was Ghana’s Republic Holiday (Independence Day). A Cadet Corps is an officer trainee or […]
2021 CHRISTMAS PARTY AND DECEMBER GRADUATION CEREMONY.
Joy2the World International Christian Academy is a school that train students for the future through proper education, living a Christian life in the society and very discipline in all aspects […]
RINSE, REPEAT! YES, A SECOND GRADUATION!
Seems like only yesterday, but actually it was a month later that Joy2theWorld International Christian Academy survived the final exams, prepared the report cards, tallied the “Top Ten” list all […]
Students involved in environmental project at Ghana’s beach
P5 and P6 students were given the opportunity to enjoy a field trip to the beach! After watching programs and adventures on the Save the Seas website, our students decided […]