The Polytechnical School Huambo (Angola)
Huambo Children’s School was founded in 1991 as a boarding school for orphans and vulnerable children. It later became a day school for students from the surrounding communities and, in 2011, began offering both the EPP program as well as primary and secondary school for pupils from 2nd to 9th Grade.
The Polytechnical Schools in Angola aims to educate the whole person: mind, hands and heart, in a bid to graduate well-rounded, knowledgeable, capable, dynamic young people who can contribute to development in Angola. School in enrolls students from the local area who are between 12 and 20 years of age and have completed primary education (6th Grade).
In addition, the school continues to offer traditional primary and secondary education from 4th to 9th Grade for children and young people from the surrounding communities.To-date, 257 students have graduated from EPP Huambo, 90 of whom are female.