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The Rosminians have begun to build a new secondary school near Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, following the success of Rosmini High at Tanga, Tanzania. Dar es Salaam is a city of 4.5 million people. It is the third fastest-growing city in Africa and the ninth fastest-growing city in the world. Dar es Salaam is expected to be the second largest city in the world by 2100, with a predicted population of 76 million people. Rosmini High at Tanga is a great model of school catering for Christians, Muslims, boys and girls.
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Please click here to read the article from the Catholic News Agency.
Rosmini High School in Tanga, Tanzania, which was founded by Galway native Fr. Tony Mitchell (RIP, pictured below), recently celebrated its Silver Jubilee.
The occasion was marked by a special Mass celebrated by the bishop’s representative, Rev. Fr. Sylvester Nitunga, and concelebrated by Rosminian priests Frs. Isaac, Nicas, Isaiah, Richard and Simon. Mass was followed by the school’s 23rd graduation ceremony, where 117 students marked the successful completion of their O Level education.
As part of a land mark monument for the Silver Jubilee celebrations, the school has initiated the construction of a multipurpose school hall which will cater for internal games, as well as provide much needed space for sitting national exams. In this way, Rosmini High School hopes to carry on its excellent academic record.
Some photos of the day’s Jubilee celebrations can be seen below.
The Provincial of the Gentili Province, Fr. Joseph O’Reilly, visited our Missions in Tanzania and Kenya during February 2018, and was very impressed by the good work that is being done there. Below are a small sample of photographs taken during his trip.
The Rosminian school, Grace Dieu Manor School in Leicestershire, underwent a Regulatory Compliance Inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in November 2017. The quality and standards of Grace Dieu’s Early Years provision was rated as “Outstanding” in every category of the Inspection. The same report showed the School to have met all the standards required within the Regulatory Compliance Inspection. You can read the report in full here.
For more information on Grace Dieu Manor School, please visit their website.