By: Daphne Mabonga, Assistant Outreach Coordinator Growing up in rural Uganda and attaining a good undisturbed education is a big challenge to many, especially those who come from very needy families. Overcoming this challenge has been Arlington’s goal from the start. In 2004, we opened our school and started educating 350 students in the primary […]
By Sarah Sabano, Head Teacher, Arlington Junior School The twenty-third of March, 2017, will always be a memorable day in my life, because on this day, I boarded a plane to the USA, in the company of Mayi Agiri, the mother to founder John, and Phoebe, the AAH Secondary School Coordinator. Prior to this trip, […]
By Mary Gibson, Director, Professional Development Schools, Marymount University For the fourth spring break in five years, I felt honored to take a group of teacher candidates (five graduate students and one undergraduate this year) from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, to AAH Junior School in rural Uganda. After several months of preparing as part […]
By: Danielle Fortin, International Coordinator In 2006, the teachers of our sister school, Arlington Traditional School, solidified our partnership by bringing their annual Reading Challenge to Uganda with a theme of “Reading is Global.” ATS’ hope in including AAH in their tradition was to instill a positive reading culture with our students in Uganda to help […]
Click here to view a recent article in The Catholic Herald about Thomas Kitandwe Kisolo, director of the Arlington Academy of Hope in Bumwalukani, Uganda and his studies at Marymount University in Arlington.