Bishop Athanasius Secondary School is Growing

With a growing student body, and even more new students registered to begin next term, Bishop Athanasius Secondary School continues to grow, feeding the children who are thirsty for knowledge. Such growth is truly a blessing from God, though requires tremendous labor. During the past month, the construction of a new classroom has begun, giving hope to the school that they will have the space to accommodate their students.

This construction project requires commitment and hard work. Tractors transport the concrete, bricks, and sand while donkeys endure the weight. With the materials available, all have been working tirelessly, and are eager to complete the project which is currently half-way there. While the school waits for the replenishment of materials, they give thanks for their progress and pray for the support, love and prayers of their brothers and sisters in Christ in order to carry on. It is through the funds raised by Orthodox Africa that they have been able to take on such a project.

Building this additional classroom will give the students the environment they need in which to learn, an environment that will allow them the flourish in all areas of the curriculum; sciences, humanities, languages and religious studies.

He adds, “The school is a garden and the teacher is a Gardner and a student is a tender plant, therefore the teacher provides manure and water to the tender plant for the plant to does work of growing if the land is already there. The classroom is one of the learning tools as it provides the necessary environment for the learner.”

Julius and the teachers are making such sacrifices, and request your help to ensure that they have a classroom in order for the new students to begin school.