When you adopt a high school you keep 400 or more kids in school, empower a community, and relieve overcrowding in boarding schools!

Building high schools near students in their own rural communities is a new idea in Zambia. Currently, most students travel from home to boarding high schools in town that are overcrowded and understaffed sometimes without running water, toilets or electricity. It is a hardship for family to send a member away when that person could be working the field or selling vegetables, for example.

Having a school closer to home, means less crowding in the boarding schools, students are more inclined to stay in school when they can still help at home, and bush schools don’t cost money (students still contribute what they can in produce, charcoal, chickens, etc.). All communities would love a school like this, unfortunately almost all cannot afford to build one.

Help a community build a school or refurbish one click here! Start by building it school, then furnish it with all the essentials!

We have built three schools, and two are under construction!

Schools like Chikulu are in need of improvements or entirely new structures.