In our continuing series, we bring you stories from our students – in their words. My name is Moses. I am in Primary Three. I like my school because it has good teachers. The teachers teach us so well and we come to school every school day. At school, we eat food every day. The […]
There was much to celebrate and still more to plan at the Arlington Academy of Hope Board of Directors meeting on November, 21st in McLean, VA. Hosted and facilitated by a team of volunteer consultants from Booz Allen Hamilton, Board members reflected on AAH’s strategic plan, both their accomplishments to date and plans for the […]
Join Wheels to Africa for its 5th annual bike collection on Saturday, December 5, 2009 from 10am to 3pm. Check out theWheels to Africa website for drop off locations and more details. WTA has selected AAH to receive bikes this year! If you’re interested in volunteering during the bike collection, WTA would welcome your help.
Ameria is a 13-year-old girl in Primary 5 who has earned the top spot in academics for her class. She is active in the music program, and loves to study. Ameria has dedicated herself to achieving the best education possible, and has received much in return. Before she attended AAH, she attended a public school […]
The Arlington Academy of Hope concluded the 4th annual Reading Challenge with a Reading Carnival on October 16, 2009. Students read a total of 13,901 books in two months. We thought you would enjoy seeing some of the reasons AAH students love to read: Reading is fun. – Shimali Moses Reading will never die. -Mutayi Absolom […]