The Benso Oil Palm Plantation (BOPP) Junior Secondary School scored 100 per cent in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) held in 2007.
Mr Neneyo Mate-Kole, Managing Director of BOPP, said out of 93 candidates presented for the examination, 25 had aggregate six and the worst aggregate was 21.
He said many of the candidates had aggregates seven to 13 in their best six subjects.
Mr Mate-Kole said the results were not as good as the previous year's results and appealed to students to take their studies seriously.
He congratulated the teachers for the good work done and asked them to keep it up.