The USAP Community School will now be accepting applications for the Class of 2023, which will be the schools third class. 45 students will receive placements to start in January 2022. About the USAP Community School The USAP Community School is an A-level residential school fortalented but economically disadvantaged students from across Zimbabwe. The school … Continue reading USAP Community School Class of 2023 Application Now Open!
EdMatters Updates Creates Opportunities!
In 2021 Education Matters’ intern, USAP alum Silvia Ruwocha, reacted to the many calls and visitors asking how they could access information about scholarship opportunities. She launched a Whatsapp Updates Group, EdMatters Updates, that has expanded to reach over 1000 people in four admin posting only groups. The purpose of EdMatters Updates, which has posts … Continue reading EdMatters Updates Creates Opportunities!
USAP Alum Awarded Watson Fellowship
Agathe Muhiya Mwehu, USAP Class of 2018, has been awarded a prestigious Watson Fellowship. Agathe, who originally comes from the DRC and was living as a refugee in Zimbabwe when she joined USAP, is graduating from Wheaton College in May with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Business Management. Her passion and dedication towards … Continue reading USAP Alum Awarded Watson Fellowship
USAP Alum Spotlight: Munashe Kaseke
Munashe Kaseke is a proud USAP alumna from the class of 2005. She earned both Doctor in Pharmacy and a Master of Public Administration from Drake University in Iowa. Although she has enjoyed a very successful career combining her pharmacy and business skills first with CVS and then with Alto Pharmacies, Munashe knew from a … Continue reading USAP Alum Spotlight: Munashe Kaseke
USAPCS Launches Peer Support Program
USAP Community School is proud to announce that as part of efforts to strengthen psychosocial support of all members of our school community, it has launched its first ever Peer Support Youth Program. Over the February mid-term break, USAP conducted an intensive four day training for a cadre of 12 Peer Support Youth (PSY) who … Continue reading USAPCS Launches Peer Support Program
USAPCS Students Sweep Awards at Zimbabwe Science Fair
On the 22nd -23rd of February 2023 the Zimbabwe Science Fair was hosted at Westridge High School. The competition featured primary and high school students from across Zimbabwe. The fair, which opened its applications at the beginning of the year, received hundreds of applications, and 120 applicants were selected as finalists by a panel of … Continue reading USAPCS Students Sweep Awards at Zimbabwe Science Fair
USAPCS Alum Spotlight: Praise Ndlovu Creates EMR Software
Hailing from Bulawayo, Praise Ndlovu is a USAP Community School graduate from the Class of 2022. During his time at USAPCS, Praise partook in a variety of extracurricular activities, but his main passion was coding. Since graduating from USAP, Praise has joined the Junior Faculty teaching Computer Science. “l started coding during my long Form … Continue reading USAPCS Alum Spotlight: Praise Ndlovu Creates EMR Software
Zimbabwe Science Fair Announces Finalists
Zimbabwe is proud to announce the 120 young scientists who will participate in the 2023 Zimbabwe Science Fair from the 22nd to the 24th of February. The panel of judges objectively decided on the 120 finalists who represent 100 projects, some working individually and others in pairs. The finalists were chosen from a total of … Continue reading Zimbabwe Science Fair Announces Finalists
USAPCS Student Spotlight: Aisha Chihuri
Aisha Chihuri is a proud USAP Community School alumna who graduated in December 2022. During her time at USAPCS, Aisha partook in a variety of extracurricular activities, but her main passion was archery. Before joining USAPCS, Aisha was first inspired to do archery during her admissions interview at the school when she saw the archery … Continue reading USAPCS Student Spotlight: Aisha Chihuri
8 USAP Graduates Awarded Capstone Fellowships
We are excited to present the 2023 class of USAP Capstone Fellows! The 2nd Class of the USAP Community School graduated in November 2022 after a successful completion of their final year. As part of their curriculum, the students embarked on a year long Capstone research project. The students researched into their home communities to … Continue reading 8 USAP Graduates Awarded Capstone Fellowships
Chiedza Mufunde Joins USAPCS as Head of School
Education Matters is proud to announce Chiedza Mufunde as our second Head of School for USAP Community School. Chiedza, herself a proud USAP alumni from the USAP Class of 2007, was born and raised in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe. She attended Murewa High School Form 1 to 6 and then, via USAP, enrolled at and graduated from … Continue reading Chiedza Mufunde Joins USAPCS as Head of School