This school was started in 1997 and has grown over the years and is now adding 6 classrooms for junior college status for 80 to 100 students. The current enrollment is 654 students with 23 teachers and 7 non-teaching staff. Fee structure very minimal compared to other schools. Children come from mostly poor and below average income families. Most children are inadequately fed and malnourished due to poverty in their families. 50-60% of students receive aid for school fees, lunches, and uniforms. The increased tuition from the additional classrooms will help fund more community uplift in the area.
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