Contrary to popular perceptions and perspectives, Africa is neither a country nor a continent. Instead, it’s a planet that is home to myriads and millions who treasure and find pleasure in their homeland, diverse cultures, vibrant traditions and most importantly Africanicity. If 25 May 2023 was a person, then her visit to USAP Community School … Continue reading Uniquely USAP-Africa Day
This graduation season the United Students Achievers Program (USAP) has a lot to be proud of! Many USAP alumni graduating from colleges and universities around the world this month have achieved great heights during their college experiences despite experiencing two years of Covid-19 disruptions. Among these achievements, USAP Class of 2018 students Paddington Mbumbgwa and … Continue reading 2 USAP Alumni Chosen as Graduation Speakers
Eighteen students from the USAP Community School have been awarded full scholarships worth over US$5,500,000 to study at top U.S. colleges and universities starting in August 2023. Our second class from USAPCS graduated in November 2022, with high expectations after our inaugural class’ admissions success. Having already begun their applications to U.S colleges in the … Continue reading USAPCS Awarded $5,500,000 in U.S. Scholarships
At the end of 1st and 2nd term USAP Community School hosts Intersession. Intersession is an opportunity for USAP students to explore new skills, experiences and classes that they would not otherwise take at the secondary school level and to apply . For four days after their end-of-term final exams, students take intensive, hands-on intersession … Continue reading Uniquely USAP : Intersession
On Sunday, 23 March 2023 Simbisa Brands joined forces with Harare Athletic Club (HAC) organized the Roger Brackley Half Marathon, in benefit of USAP Community School. The run, which featured 5km, 10km and 21km distances, started and finished at Old Georgians Sports Club in Mount Pleasant, Harare. The run was a huge success as 855 … Continue reading Simbisa, HAC, USAP Run!
Eight USAPCS Traditional Dance Club members had a wonderful opportunity to be part of a cultural exchange program with the students at Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology for the last week of March 2023 in Rwanda. A generous grant from Lisle International allowed students Denzel Moyo, Moreblessing Upini, Prince Chitima, Tinaeyishe Manyanhaire, and … Continue reading USAPCS to Rwanda: Traditional Dance Cultural Exchange
On Wednesday the 22nd of March 2023, the 8 USAP Community School alum who are Capstone Fellows this year met in Harare for a three day mid-program retreat. Fellows traveled from Bulawayo, Gokwe, Gweru, Chipinge and Chikombedzi to come together to discuss their capstone projects, three months since their inception. The program was planned and … Continue reading The 2023 Capstone Retreat
In 2021 Education Matters’ intern, USAP alum Silvia Ruwocha, reacted to the many calls and visitors asking how they could access information about scholarship opportunities. She launched a Whatsapp Updates Group, EdMatters Updates, that has expanded to reach over 1000 people in four admin posting only groups. The purpose of EdMatters Updates, which has posts … Continue reading EdMatters Updates Creates Opportunities!
Agathe Muhiya Mwehu, USAP Class of 2018, has been awarded a prestigious Watson Fellowship. Agathe, who originally comes from the DRC and was living as a refugee in Zimbabwe when she joined USAP, is graduating from Wheaton College in May with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Business Management. Her passion and dedication towards … Continue reading USAP Alum Awarded Watson Fellowship
Munashe Kaseke is a proud USAP alumna from the class of 2005. She earned both Doctor in Pharmacy and a Master of Public Administration from Drake University in Iowa. Although she has enjoyed a very successful career combining her pharmacy and business skills first with CVS and then with Alto Pharmacies, Munashe knew from a … Continue reading USAP Alum Spotlight: Munashe Kaseke