The donation was in fulfillment of a pledge by the Oil marketing Company to help construct a water facility for the school.
Students of Boso Senior High Technical School have been encountering severe water shortages resulting in recent media reportage which indicated some of them skipping their baths before morning lessons.
The only available water source students depend on is an old bore-hole which is one kilometer away from the school.
Boso Senior Technical High school has a student population of 900 with about 60 percent of the students in the boarding house.
The presentation of the cheque was made by GOIL Corporate Affairs Manager, Rosemond Awotwi Frempong together with the Personnel Manager, Ing Dr. Belinda Boadi on behalf of the company.
GOIL Corporate Affairs Manager, Rosemond Awotwi Frempong, said, the Oil marketing company was happy to be associated with Boso Senior High Technical School and promised the company would continue its efforts to improve the lives of the citizenry by supporting projects that touch lives.
The headmistress of the School, Jennifer Kpodo- Gbesemete, assisted by some Board members and the District Director of Education, Mavis Oparebea Yirenkyi, received the cheque on behalf of the school.
Mrs Kpodo Gbesemete was grateful to GOIL for the gesture and the quick response. She promised to execute the project soon to alleviate the suffering of the students.