The 1978 year group of St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School (SHS), Accra, has provided the school with an ultra-modern ICT lab. The group refurbished and expanded the existing facility and stocked it with modern equipment at an estimated cost in excess of GH₵80,000. Additionally, the 1978 Old Toms donated 21 sets of computers, 21 Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) units, three laptops, a lawn mower and firefighting equipment to the school. Despite the warranties for the items, the group insured the computers and equipment for a period of two years. The gesture was to mark the 40-year anniversary of the group. The two-day celebration was on the theme: “Getting together to project the image of our alma mater”. It was crowned with a mass and thanksgiving ceremony on Saturday, 6 October 2018, when the donations were made to the school. A symposium was also held to provide a platform for the 1978 Old Toms to interact and share their success stories with the students as a way of motivating them. Among the members of the 1978 Old Toms who provided mentorship sessions were: Vice-Chancellor of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Professor John Owusu Gyapong; Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Mr Emmanuel Antwi-Darkwa and Dr Bernard Boateng-Duah, CEO of International Maritime Hospital, Tema. President of the 1978 Old Toms and Deputy CEO of VRA, Mr Bernard Kofi Ellis, said Aquinas has helped them a lot by offering them a holistic education to prepare them for life, hence it was important that they also return to provide interventions for the school in order for current and future students to benefit. “Everyone will agree that in modern times, ICT enhances learning and the development of the young ones; that is why we provided the centre,” he said after the consecration and handing over ceremony. He encouraged the teachers to observe a good maintenance culture to ensure that the facility serves students for an extended period of time.