Dwani – Star of Bethlehem Primary School
The Dwani-Star of Bethlehem School has been finished and students are attending regularly. School projects include tree planting, staff quarters, and clearing more land for the school garden. As with all the New Hope schools, Dwani also needs sports equipment and garden tools.
Enrollment: 340 (196 boys, 144 girls)
Gaderu – Victoria Leach Primary School
The Gaderu-Victoria Leach Primary School is finished with students attending classes regularly. School projects include tree planting; a school garden with maize, ground nuts, and cassava plants; staff quarters for teachers; and academic performance measures. Under academic performance, the head teacher notes that in 2011 all those who sat for primary living exams passed up from 72% in 2010.
Enrollment: 289 (160 boys, 129 girls)
Liwolo – Helen Wagner Primary School
The Liwolo-Helen Wagner Primary School has been completed and students are attending regularly. School projects include tree planting; a school garden with sweet potatoes and maize; and staff quarters for teachers. The school is hoping to be able to purchase some sports equipment and garden tools for the students.
Enrollment: 381 (187 boys, 194 girls)
Romogi – Barebo Primary School
The Romogi-Barebo Primary School is completed and students have been attending classes regularly. Some ongoing school projects include building staff quarters for the teachers, creating a school garden for feeding the children, and planting additional trees at the site.
Enrollment: 415 (181 boys, 234 girls)
Romogi – Richard Earl High School
The Romogi-Richard Earl High School has been completed and students are attending classes. The School Board is working on the following projects: boarding facilities for boys and girls; establishing a parent-teacher association (PTA); clearing land for a school garden; and building staff quarters.
Enrollment: 141 (63 boys, 78 girls)
Sodogo – Trinity Easton Primary School
The Sodogo-Trinity Easton Primary school is finished and students are attending regularly. They are also the school that has won Bishop Paul Marshall’s school beautification prize and wish to remain on top. The school has planted a number of trees and has a large school garden with additional land being prepared for more crops. There are a number of staff quarters that have been finished and they have also started building playgrounds for boys and girls. The school is in need of sports equipment and garden tools to continue their work.
Enrollment: 164 (79 boys, 85 girls)