Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!

by Education Matters
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!
Support the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe!

Project Report | Apr 15, 2024
USAP Community School has moved home!

By Nicole Kumbula | Fundraising and Partnerships Manager

Student Resident
Student Resident

Dear friends, supporters and alumni of USAP,

We are excited to share that we have finally moved USAP Community School to our new permanent built home ! This move marks an exciting milestone as we complete the final furnishing of our Phase One buildings in preparation for students starting second term in May 2024 at our sustainability and intentionally built permanent home in Marondera. 

2024 academic year started with us welcoming the newest members of the USAP Community School; the Lower 6’s (Grade 11). The Class of 2025 comprised of 45 bright students, 25 girls and 20 boys from all 10 provinces of Zimbabwe and including five students displaced from the DRC living in Tongogara Refugee Camp. Throughout the first term our L6 students immersed themselves into the academics and extracurricular activities at USAP Community School.  We congratulate our students for their exceptional 2023 Cambridge results that were published in January 2024. From the AS level, 21 students had grades over 90% and 17 students had 3a’s, with 5 students earning 2as and 1b. Of the 24 recent A level graduates,14 students had all A’s and A*s. 

The USAP Community School continues our commitment to providing students with a holistic education through the school’s rigorous curriculum, community engagement initiatives, and extensive extracurricular activities that nurture talent and skills. In March, ten USAP Community School students attended ZiMUN, a three-day Model United Nations conference held at Harare International School. These students were the first delegates to represent USAP at a Model UN Conference in the school’s history. In addition 9 of our students were finalists at the Zimbabwe Science fair and received 6 awards. Over half of the school represented the school performing mbira, marimba or in our USAPella choir at the National Institute of Allied Arts. 

Truck moving to USAPCS permanent campus
Truck moving to USAPCS permanent campus
2023 Cambridge Results
2023 Cambridge Results

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Location: Harare - Zimbabwe
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Project Leader:
Rebecca Zeigler Mano
Harare , Zimbabwe
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