Are you a parent or student looking for information on how to check your CSSPS school placement online?

If so, you’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll walk you through the process of checking your school placement online, and provide you with all the information you need to know about CSSPS.

What is CSSPS?

CSSPS (Computerized School Selection and Placement System) is a computerized system that is used by the Ghanaian government to place students into secondary schools. The system is designed to ensure that every student is placed in a school that is appropriate for their academic level.

CSSPS is used to place students into both public and private secondary schools. The system takes into account a student’s academic record, their choice of schools, and the availability of spaces in those schools.

How to Check Your CSSPS School Placement Online

Checking your CSSPS school placement online is a straightforward process. Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1: Visit the CSSPS website The first step is to visit the CSSPS website. The website can be accessed at Once you’re on the website, look for the “Check Placement” button, and click on it.

Step 2: Enter your index number Once you’ve clicked on the “Check Placement” button, you’ll be taken to a page where you’ll need to enter your index number. Your index number is a unique identifier that is assigned to you by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC). You can find your index number on your WAEC statement of results.

Step 3: Enter your year of examination After entering your index number, you’ll need to enter the year in which you took the examination. This is usually the year in which you completed junior high school.

Step 4: Submit your details Once you’ve entered your index number and year of examination, click on the “Submit” button. The system will then retrieve your placement information and display it on the screen.

Step 5: Print your placement information After your placement information is displayed, you can print it out for future reference. Make sure to keep a copy of the document for your records.



Mensah courage is a professional teacher and co-founder of Together with team, we serve our readers with accurate information about the Ghananian education space and more. Follow me on all social media platforms