Future Plans

Future Plans

Carving Our Dream From A Hillside

Programs

In 2004, there was one university in Rwanda — now there are seventeen.  International university recruiters have begun to discover Rwanda, and this year we have launched an after-school study program for students who qualify for advanced tutoring.

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Our students’ lives go beyond books and studies… In 2017, we built a basketball court and we encourage a full range of sports and activities.

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The music program is also taking off with the guidance of teacher Danny Ruzaza and a recent purchase of new instruments.

Students practicing with new guitars

Brick and Mortar

Thanks to the generosity of church congregations 
and individual donors, we have completed the first two phases of our Master
Plan. The
 architectural drawing below shows the full vision of our campus.

By-the-numbers
Master Campus Plan

What do we need to complete our school? Our current project is to install solar panels to provide electricity for study and computers. We also need to complete the girls’ dorm by building the second half of this dormitory.
In two years, we hope to reach the midpoint of our quest (Phases I and II).
Our master plan for completing the campus is outlined in the following table (download pdf version) :

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