SHS Self Placement 2020- Complete Guidelines

The BECE SHS self-placement is only for candidates who could not get placement by the Automatic Placement System (APS).


The Ghana Education Service (GES) has released the procedure for the purchase of e-voucher and self-placement. However, we’ll further breakdown these steps to a more simply form.

What is Self Placement?

Self-placement is the manual process that allows candidates who do not get any of their choices an opportunity to select among the available schools with vacancies. With that understanding let’s explore the process of applying for SHS self-placement.

SHS Self Placement 2020

This is simply a step by step guide to Senior High School (SHS) placement 2020.

First of all, you’ll need an internet-enabled device, either your phone or your PC. Once that is done, follow the steps below.

1. Visit one of the CSSPS website sites or

SHS Self Placement

2. Select the Check placement module from the portal to continue the process of checking your school placement.

3. Provide your E-Voucher or the School placement card code or pin and your index number.

The placement portal will redirect you to another page. Wait patiently for the page to load. On the new page, the placement module will prove you with available schools.


4. Select a school based on your preference from the options available.

Select your preferred program. Example General Arts, Science, Visual Arts, Home Economics, or Technical Program of your choice. Choose your preferred accommodation (day/boarding).

5. Confirm the options made by clicking confirm and Print out the placement result.


Just in case you don’t have the scratch card, you can buy it from the CSSPS portal.

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