SUPPORT EDUCATION FOR KIDS IN LIBERIA

SUPPORT EDUCATION FOR KIDS IN LIBERIA

SUPPORT EDUCATION FOR KIDS IN LIBERIA SUPPORT EDUCATION FOR KIDS IN LIBERIA SUPPORT EDUCATION FOR KIDS IN LIBERIA

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About Us

Dedicated to Helping Provide Quality Education in Liberia

  Royal Star Kids School of Excellence is a non-governmental and non-political private school that will be in a well – populated residential community along the Robert’s Field Highway in Monrovia, Liberia. We are a standard private school that is composed of nursery and pre-school (kindergarten through six grades) educational institution that will be predominately funded through tuition fees and levies from students and of course other private sources. Our school will be dedicated to providing  a well-rounded program of activities, directed towards the development of skills, talents and self-confidence of each child. RSKS is committed to educating students from diverse cultures to achieve academic excellence. 


Royal Star Kids School of Excellence is a client-focused and result driven private school that provides broad-based learning approaches and experience at an affordable fee that won’t in any way put a hole in the pockets of our clients (students and parents alike). We will offer standard and professional teaching services in a highly secured and conducive learning environment to all our students that is primary (kindergarten through sixth grade). We will ensure that we work hard to meet and surpass all our students’ expectations and educational goals. 

The Education System

  The education sector in Liberia faces a complex set of challenges related to rebuilding and recovery from civil crisis, constrained national finances, poor infrastructure and the Ebola epidemic. These challenges include poor learning facilities, over enrollment, large number of out-of-school children, wasted government’s resources because of ‘ghost’ teachers and unskilled teachers, and many unqualified teachers.
 

On a systemic level, there are no national school quality standards and capacity and resourcing at county and district levels require improvement. The education sector also faces serious equity challenges including important geographic differences in access to quality education. Royal Star is set up to improve access to quality early childhood education and improving the efficiency, effectiveness and satisfaction of the teaching workforce.


 Most of the schools in the country are being operated by churches or Christian missions, among which are the Catholic Church, Methodist, Episcopal and a few others. Others are by the government under the supervision of the Monrovia Cooperative School System (MCSS). There is a need to help with the educational system  in Liberia

The Process

On a larger skill, there are no national school quality standard, capacity and resourcing at county and district levels. These require improvement. The education sector also faces serious equity challenges including important geographic differences in access to quality education. We as educators will research areas that face these challenges and will link to others and the international communities for help. The struggle is real in Liberia and there is a need for us to help. Education is the key and the government cannot do it all.

Due to these reasons, a group of likeminded individuals have started the construction of a multipurpose nursery and pre-school building in Liberia, on the Robert's Field Highway. The project is set at $120.000 united states dollar. We intend to raise this money through families and friends along with small donors. We have a system that have been tested and is working as we speak. Because of the lack of insight on the part of the government, kids and their parents are struggling. This school will be the only school in that community. We have a process that will work for that part of Liberia as it relate to education