The school is registering interested learners to attend classes from nursery to upper secondary.
The school strives to educate students, train them to live by good moral conduct, and equip them with relevant skills to deal with some of problems facing the society.
The Dean of Studies at Wisdom School, Evariste Bizimana has disclosed that they closely monitor students’ conduct and facilitate them to practice acquired knowledge to exhibit excellent performance.
“Rwanda’s curriculum recommends the combination of Theoretical courses and Practice sessions. We go an extra mile to explore applicability of acquired skills through different activities. This capacitates them to become future entrepreneurs,” he said.
“We educate students and equip them with skills helping them to become future entrepreneurs and contribute to national development in their respective capacities. A parent bringing a child to this school rests assured of her/his better future. It is shocking to see a secondary school graduate working as a mason-helper, spending almost all the times watching television or wandering yet he/she should have pursued vocational courses to create jobs,” added Bizimana.
The Director of Wisdom School, Elie Nduwayesu commended parents who got their children registered at the school and urged others not to miss the opportunity of educating children at a school credited for excellence.
“First of all, we thank parents who brought their children to this school. I am convinced that they have witnessed Wisdom School’s pursuit for excellence. We encourage others to get their children registered. Our ultimate aim is to educate a student who can adapt to different societies across the world and be part of desired transformations,” he noted.
The management of Wisdom School has also disclosed that it received positive feedback from parents who appreciated its quality education and requested for expansion.
It is against this backdrop Wisdom School plans to launch new branches in Rwamagana, Kayonza, Gatsibo and Nyagatare District in Eastern Province as well as Ngororero, Karongi, Nyamasheke and Rusizi in Western Province.
Wisdom School is a private school located in Musanze District with more branches in Rubavu, Nyabihu and Burera districts.
The school’s graduates have been exhibiting excellent performance since 2012 where it has released 1416 students who continued studies in public schools while others were sent to pursue education overseas.