At the school in Bopolu, Liberia, there are 240 students who are from rural parts of the county where the locals are primarily farmers. Due to the civil war, there is a diverse student age group. The school accepts all students, regardless of their ability to pay.
Esther of Grade 11 stands tall among the girls on campus. She is 19 years old, hails from Gbarpolu County, and resides with her mother. On completion of high school, she wants to go to college with Biology as her major and Chemistry as her minor. These will propel her for a career in the field of medicine.
Student of the month
Saviour lives with her parents in Bopolu. Her mother is a petty trader and her father runs an auto-part shop. She is in Kindergarten II and wants to be a Medical Doctor to help sick people in her community. She is always beaming with smiles. At school, Saviour has lots of friends and knows how to get along.
Her parents are joyful and appreciate our methods of instruction with focus on quality using trained teachers who fit in the overall goals of the school.