The donation was part of efforts to mitigate the plight of students in the school.
Mr Andrew Kwame Adjepong, the PTA Chairman, and Evangelist John Mensah Sarbah, the Vice Chairman, along with some other PTA executives, presented the desks valued at GH₵80 per unit, to the headmaster in the presence of some students.
The PTA chairman, Mr Agyepong, said the situation had been so bad that some of the students in the past, had to resort to the use of plastic chairs in the classrooms.
He said though the problem had been in existence for some time now, the PTA procured the desks because it foresaw a greater challenge such as the terminal exams and the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) that were approaching.
Mr Agyepong said the donation by the PTA was a signal of its intent and readiness to support the well-being and performance of students.
He said that though the PTA could be said to be carrying out a duty, it was a demonstration of the vibrant nature of the association.
“Some PTAs were dormant and would in such cases wait forever on the Ghana Education Service and the Ministry of Education, but we have been more vibrant,” he said.