Second Term opens for LJSS

The first week of January saw 124 young girls and boys return to the campus of Loyola Jesuit Secondary School (LJSS) in Kasungu, Malawi.  Second Term opened for 62 girls and 62 boys (good gender balance!) for more Jesuit education in skills and values.  All are boarders.


New Students in New Classroom for New Education

     New Students in New Classroom for                               New Education

We have six men and five women assigned and paid by the Government of Malawi as teachers.  And three Jesuits fill positions of Head Teacher, Chaplain, and Assistant Boarding Master.  All three are also teaching.  And of course we have several good secretaries, cooks, guards and maintenance workers.  A busy place indeed is LJSS.

Malawian teacher, Vincent Mpoto, sparks interests of Malawian students

Malawian teacher, Vincent Mpoto, sparks          interests of Malawian students

In the weeks ahead we will have some retreats and workshops to help all of our LJSS community appreciate our Jesuit Pedagogy of preparing youth to be “women and men with and for others.”

Group of Form One (Grade Nine) Learners in front of Assembly Hall

Group of Form One (Grade Nine) Learners               in  front of Assembly Hall

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One Response so far.

  1. Harold Kangoli says:

    Can’t believe this is happening here in Kasungu where education is considered as worst of time by many local tobacco farmers. May God bless this project until its settled.

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