Komenda College of Education was established on the premises of the barracks left by the Fleet Airforce of the British Navy after the second World War.
The barrack was set on the Assai Hill, on the outskirts of Komenda town. Through the efforts of Mr. A. B. Sam, the then regent of Komenda, the legacy was leased to the Methodist Church Ghana in 1947 to be used as a Methodist Teacher Training College. The Government of Ghana later renovated the buildings to make the old barracks suitable for academic work.
To set the pace for academic excellence in teacher education in Ghana
Komenda College of Education is a co-educational institution devoted to technological and general training, to produce competent professional teachers for basic schools to meet the educational needs of the nation. In this regard, we provide excellent opportunities for equipping student teachers with ethical, problem-solving and leadership skills.