Bridgwater-Raritan High School

In 2014, students and faculty from NJ-based  Bridgewater Raritan Regional High School transformed two shipping containers into a vocational education center for Hope Lives Aloi school in Uganda.

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The vocational education containers built by students from Bridgewater-Raritan High School reside in Aloi, Uganda.

About the Recipient

The Hope Lives Elementary School opened its doors in 2013.  Built through a partnership of New Covenant Christian Centre in Lira, Uganda, and Cheyenne Hills Church in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the school now educates more than 500 children from the preschool “Baby” class to the Primary 7 class. The teachers are well-qualified and experienced, and certified under Ugandan law, and the entire staff is committed to Hope Lives being the best school in northern Uganda.The school is a great success – 100% of  Hope Lives Primary 7 students have passed Uganda’s national promotion exam for secondary education – a pass rate far better than most Ugandan schools.

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