BUILD A SCHOOL • BUILD A FUTURE
Support the intellectual, spiritual and physical growth of coed secondary/high school students in Cameroon, West Africa; to enable them to support themselves and their families; and to foster their engagement as active citizens.
Meet Good Shepherd Academy Students!
Good Shepherd Academy with a gift to the "Sister Jane Mankaa Memorial Fund."
Join us as we Reach for the Stars in keeping Sister Jane's vision alive!
Senior Prefect, Ngum Blessing, hands Sister Jane a copy of the speech she presented at the 4th Anniversary Celebration of Good Shepherd Academy in November 2020.
Before a shovel hit the ground or a single brick was laid, Good Shepherd Academy co-founders, the Rev. Canon Elizabeth Geitz and the late Sister Jane Mankaa, developed the outline for the school they envisioned. Using the model of the Putney School in rural Vermont, GSA would combine academic excellence with real life work experience and the mission to help…
Only 6 out of 100 Cameroonian Youth graduate from secondary/high school.
Good Shepherd Academy is currently a residential secondary/high school for 100 students. It will accommodate 350 students when complete.
Read the brochure for additional GSA and Cameroonian contact information.
All construction to date completed on time and on budget! Good Shepherd Academy opened September 12, 2016 with two grades (US Grades 6 & 7).
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Celebrate & Educate...With gifts to friends and loved ones for future students at Good Shepherd Academy.
Reflecting on Tomorrow
Inspired by Others
“I like to help others. That is why I would like to become a medical doctor.”
Encouraging Global Citizenship
Investing in education is the most cost effective way to drive economic development, improve skills and opportunities for young women and men, to unlock progress on all 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and to prevent conflict and sustain peace.
– United Nations Secretay-General António Guterres, September 2017