The stage is set for the grand finale of Citi TV‘s first-ever quiz competition -Best Brain as two Junior High Schools (JHS) battle for supremacy as Ghana’s top-notch academic haven.
Slated for Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the Asante Hall of Swiss Spirit Alisa Hotels, Accra, Happy Kids School and Silicon Valley International School will be engaging in a nerve-racking and gruelling question and answer session to grasp the coveted bragging rights.
Aside from the pride, the winning school will also go home with a mouth-watering GHS 10,000 cash prize whilst the second-place school receives GHS 5,000.
Both schools have already showcased their sneak-peek for Saturday’s showdown with hopes of matching each other closely.
This they did at the project stage (semi-finals) with the stellar exhibitions that paved way for their finals spot.
Simply put, the finalists are unbeatable and are ready to do justice to the questions set by the team of indefatigable examiners and to be put forward by the show’s stupendous quizmaster.
Christ the King School which has already taken the third position will be awarded GHS 3,000.
The grand-finale will start broadcasting live on Citi TV at 12 noon.
Best Brain began with 12 schools including Kay-Billie-Klaer International School, Christ the King International School, Ministry of Health Basic School, St. Martin de Porres and All Saints Anglican School.
The rest are Christian Home School, Unique Child School, Corpus Christi, Adenta Community School and Royale Shakespeare International School.
Journey to the Final
At the end of the presentation at the project stage and per the judges’ scores, Happy Kids and Silicon Valley took the first and second positions respectively leaving Christ the King behind in third place.
This was after they presented riveting projects on how the Ghanaian environment has largely been damaged by human activity and human-influenced climate occurrences.
The results stood as follows:
Happy Kids School – 86 %
Silicon Valley International School – 85 %
Christ the King International School – 74%
Happy Kids School:
At the quarter-finals, they sent the Ministry of Health Basic School packing with 68 and 59 points respectively.
It qualified at the Preliminary stage by beating their counterparts from the Adenta Community School with 83 points as against the later’s 81.
At the end of their quarter-finals contest, Silicon Valley gave Kay-Billie-Klaer a good run for their money with 62 points. It was 41 points for Kay-Billie-Klaer.
They won their preliminary contest after they amassed a total of 84 points that made Corpus Christi go home with 65 points.
Best Brain; where knowledge lives
Best Brain is an educational show that brings Junior High Schools together in a classic quiz competition.
The schools locked horns as schools that groom Ghana’s best brains.
The program is sponsored by Blue Knights Limited with support from Citi FM.