USAP Community School Class of 2023 Application Now Open!

The USAP Community School will now be accepting applications for the Class of 2023, which will be the schools third class. 45 students will receive placements to start in January 2022.

About the USAP Community School

The USAP Community School is an A-level residential school for
talented but economically disadvantaged students from across Zimbabwe. The school is a transformative and unique educational experience, merging a Cambridge A-level science curriculum with intensive training in reading, writing and critical reasoning. The school also provides guidance with the university application process, and aims to help its students receive scholarships to top universities across the world, so that they can receive a world-class education and use it in the future to help develop their community.


The USAP Community School was founded in January 2020 from the USAP Program, which has helped over 450 Zimbabwean students access universities since it started in 1999. USAP students have gone on to attend
universities such as Harvard, Yale, MIT, Stanford, University of British Columbia, Oxford, Ashesi, Earth, and many more. Graduates of the program have gone on to receive advanced degrees, earn Rhodes and Gates- Cambridge Scholarships, and start successful businesses in Zimbabwe and abroad, among many other careers.

Eligibility

We are accepting applications from current Form 4 students, as well as those who started L6 sciences in 2021 and are willing to start their L6 year again in 2022 given COVID limitations on learning. Financial aid is available and no qualified student will be turned away for financial reasons.

How to apply

Please pick up and submit a paper application from one of the following locations:

Harare: 23 Connaught Ave, Avondale

Gweru: Memorial Library,

Mutare: Turner Memorial Library

Bulawayo: Public Library at the corner of 8th and Fort Streets

Or Apply Online at https://tinyurl.com/USAPCSApp

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