Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua

by Escuela Adelante
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua
Build a Bilingual School in Nicaragua

Summary

Help build a campus where ALL children can receive excellent bilingual education, regardless of family income. We are currently raising funds for a dynamic 6-classroom primary school with rooftop terraces and outdoor shared learning spaces. Escuela Adelante's inquisitive students are breaking down language and cultural differences and bringing hope for increased equality and unity among the diverse population of San Juan del Sur. Help us serve more students!

$55,000
total goal
$9,489
remaining
135
donors
7
monthly donors
3
years

Challenge

Only 43 percent of Nicaraguans have access to preschool, and less than half complete 6th grade. English proficiency has become important in pursuing many careers and higher education, but there are limited opportunities to learn it. Due to these disadvantages, locals are largely left out of the tourism and investment industries of San Juan del Sur. Escuela Adelante has successfully educated hundreds of children and adults, but we cannot accommodate its growing waitlists or student body.

Solution

The new primary school will eventually provide 150 students a year with education of an unprecedented quality. Nicaraguan and foreign children will learn Spanish and English together, benefiting from Montessori an Waldorf curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, hands-on learning, and kindness. Escuela Adelante's tiered tuition allows families to pay only what they can, so that no one is turned away for financial reasons. This model creates sustainability and maintains high quality.

Long-Term Impact

Our school serves 120 preschoolers/primary school students plus 50 English language students. We serve the community and provide a strong foundation for children to succeed throughout their lives. Eventually the campus will include a complete primary and secondary school. Our vision is to cultivate generations of bilingual critical thinkers who are highly knowledgeable, technologically adept, individually inspired, kind and respectful towards others and towards the physical environment.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

Organization Information

Escuela Adelante

Location: Seattle, WA - USA
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Jaime Hunter
Seattle, WA United States
$45,511 raised of $55,000 goal
 
408 donations
$9,489 to go
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