The American International School of Lusaka is a co-education day school for students two to eighteen years of age. There are approximately 500 students that attend AISL, many whose families are from various parts of Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Care For Kids Orphanage – Lusaka
Care For Kids orphanage works with mothers and their children by providing a stable, safe environment and free home schooling for all students while their mothers go to work each day.
Project Knapsack launched its program at The Chudleigh House School in March of 2007. The school accepts learners in kindergarten through twelfth grades. In addition to the core classes such as math, grammar, geography and science, students are given the opportunity to explore debate, chess, poetry, music and traditional dance.
Jacaranda Basic School – Lusaka
Located in a small, under-developed area in Kabwe, Jacaranda students attend school each day and have access to the basic resources needed to excel in the classroom. Students and families are required to pay a small fee each year that will go towards purchasing school uniforms and tuition fees.
Timothy Mwanakatwe School – Lusaka
The school is located in Lusaka Zambia and occupies students in first through eighth grades. In the past, the school has had difficulty raising funds for additional extra curricular activities. The goal is to be able to make the school a free school for all students.