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Our mission is to provide tuition-free formal education to children who otherwise would not have the opportunity to receive a high quality education. Our goal is to elevate the state of education in Cambodia and plant the seed of what is possible! Exposing the students to a wide variety of future career opportunities beyond hospitality and tourism. Our students are the future of Cambodia and they will help to elevate not only their own families, but society as a whole through the study of art, computer technology, science, engineering, and more...
We currently have 157 students enrolled in our Pre-K through Primary 5 program with three foreign and two local Khmer teachers. We teach learning sessions in the morning, afternoon, and in the evenings for our P5 students. Our curriculum is English based and has been developed around the highly regarded Singapore National Primary curriculum.
We teach English language, mathematics, science, creative arts, sport, and citizenship going beyond basic conversation skills. We are opening a whole new world of knowledge to our students and offering them a love for learning! Our goal is to see their education through to the completion of grade 12 and assist them in accessing higher education.
Statistic: 47% of Cambodian students do not finish school. Via: Prudence Foundation
We are working to drastically lower that number! Every child has the right to quality education.
When the Khmer Rouge seized power of Cambodia in 1975, under the leadership of Pol Pot nearly every educated individual in the nation was brutally exterminated in the regime’s hopes of creating a completely agrarian society. Teachers, doctors, businessmen, those with command of foreign languages, and even those whose hands lacked the callouses derived from hard labor were maimed, tortured, and killed by the hundreds of thousands.
Ruthless in their conquest, the Khmer Rouge soldiers did not discriminate between men, women, and children when it came to exterminating their own people.