Advocate For Youth-Ghana. Improving dignity through empowerment!.

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    Developing The Youth

    Giving students practical career guidance in a touch and feel way.

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    Advocates for Ghanaian Youth

    A world where the youth can live healthy lives without fear of intimidation and live their ideas and ideals to their own individual benefits and to the benefit of society as a whole.

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    Youth Empowerment

    The organization is a great brand among students of Second Cycle Institutions in Ghana as well as all the countries in which we operate.

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AFY-Ghana History

We have a long history of proven skills and know how which spans over a century. We provide our students with useful knowledge and information they need to become great men and women of tomorrow. This is a story of how it all started:



Gravity Education was originally founded as the Free Academy of the City of Oslo in 1963 by a wealthy businessman.


Christian Orientation

In 1973, President John H. Quake gave the Gravity Education a more christian orientation by introducing mandatory chapel attendance.


Expansion of operations

With over 1200 students all across the world, we became the top elementary school for many internationals in Europe.


London school opens

In January 2000, we open our first overseas college in the heart of London to offer our education services in UK.


Toronto, Canada

The Toronto School of Business at the City College of Toronto, named after some alumnus, opened on 23rd Street in Manhattan in 2011


Nairobi, Kenya

In 2016, we ventured into Africa to expand our schools with the first school open in Nairobi, Kenya.


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