Shyembe school offering nursery, primary and secondary education for the nearby cities including Huye. Nine hundred students attend this school in two batches (morning and afternoon)
Lighting system is poor in the classroom. First reaction walking in is to find the light switch.
Classroom structures within the campus seem to have been build at different time period and possibly donated by different charitable organizations. There was one donated by World Vision.
From an architectural standpoint, some structures have more windows providing better lighting, while others have the skylight plus window as the only source of light.
Students are very courteous, standing up and greeting visitors
Education is free in Rwanda. The challenge parents faces is the money required for uniforms, school supplies, books, and meals. 30% of students going to Shyembe school do not have food for lunch.
Rwandan government is looking to offer trade school for students who finished secondary schooling next year. Graduates posses no trade skills and job opportunities are scarce.
"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn From it". Proverbs 22:6