The Results are in...


and the Maranyundo Girls are shining brighter than ever!


The 2015 middle school national exam results were recently announced in Kigali, Rwanda. Not only did every one of the 60 Maranyundo students rank in Division 1, but sixteen students received top scores on the exam!

And that is not all...

Maranyundo Star Students are the Top Two Students in Rwanda!

Please join with us to congratulate Mbabazi Belise and Teta Sheilla, who were named as the first and second ranked students in the whole country!

Today we celebrate with all of the students, parents, teachers and staff in this amazing accomplishment.

Mbabazi Belise, the number one student in the country, comes from a simple family in a rural area of Rwanda. Because of your support, she can receive a full scholarship and continue her education at Maranyundo Girls School.

Sister Juvenal reports that the phone is ringing off the hook with parents calling from all over Rwanda hoping to send their daughters to this small school dedicated to excellence.

Thank you for your support. We look forward to ​sharing lots more good news as the school grows into a full High School to serve 360 students per year by 2017​.
For these Maranyundo Girls, the possibilities are endless!
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