Wesley Girls’ High School Progresses to the Quarter-finals of the NSMQ 2021.

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Wesley Girls’ High School has eliminated St. Francis Xavier Junior Seminary and Aburi Girls’ SHS from contention for the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) title.

This year, the Cape Coast-based school, widely known as WeyGeyhey, arrived fully prepared to shine their light for all to see.

WeyGeyhey took command right away in Tuesday’s match, grabbing whatever points came their way to lead the group at the end of Round One.

Alexandra Fosuaa Owusu and Benedicta Baaba Odei took the lead for the school after the Speed Race in Round Two, the Problem of the Day in Round Three, and the True or False part in Round Four.

St. Francis Xavier Jnr Seminary boosted their game in Round Four, but all efforts to surpass Wesley Girls were useless.

Wesley Girls’ High School finished the day with 39 points, putting them in the one-fourth stage of the competition.

The question on everyone’s mind who supports WeyGeyhey is if they have a chance to advance to the semi-final level.

Their apprehension derives from the school’s heartbreaking loss to Opoku Ware SHS in the quarter-finals last year.

Opoku Ware SHS, with 49 points, defeated WeyGeyhey and Holy Child SHS to go to the semi-finals.

Supporters of the all-girls school believe that if they increase their efforts, they will go to the final stage and win the coveted trophy.