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After careful consideration, research, and analysis of our current financial situation at 4CM, we quickly realized that there is a need to increase our financial sustainability in order to not only continue providing quality education and services to our students, but also to be able to see future growth of the school—such as the addition of a high school.

One of the ways we are planning to increase our financial sustainability is through increasing the tuition that is required to be paid to attend EP. Although we did our best to take into account of the average family household's income as well as the current average minimum wage in San Telmo, we knew that it is possible for some families to not be able to afford the raised tuition.


about El Porvenir Sponsorship

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read more >

click on one of the pictures below to learn more about our Students

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these are three ways you can partner with us:

financial support

prayer support

spread the word

Funds will directly cover all school-related staff, food, medical, travel, and ministry program expenses.

Visit the 4CM homepage and click on the donate button. Select El Porvenir. Click the monthly donations box and in the note section write “EP Sponsorship”. Someone from our team will contact you!

Join us as we stand in the gap through prayer and intercession on behalf of the community and people of San Telmo!

Our hope and vision is that through the education offered at EP, our students will be able to encounter the love of God and to unlock their potential to do great things for God's Kingdom.


As you prayerfully consider partnering with us, help us spread the word by telling your friends and sharing information about the sponsorship program on social media platforms!

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About Daniel:

8th grade

MEET OUR Student: Daniel

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However, Daniel’s family has had unforeseen circumstances affect them significantly, as his father began to lose his eyesight from his diabetes. Unable to provide or take care of the family due to a loss of vision, Daniel’s mother took on work in the fields, leaving the house at 5:00am everyday for the tomato fields. Yet she realized very soon that the wages from the fields were not enough to provide for the needs of her children. It quickly became a struggle for Daniel’s mother to pay for his school tuition, despite hoping for a better future for her son. Therefore, it is our desire to see Daniel and continue to attend school, and to be able to see him discover and develop his passions and goals through education.

Daniel has been a student at El Porvenir for seven years and has seen the transitions and the transformations of the school himself. He will be in eighth grade this year, with only one more grade to graduate secondary school. He currently lives with his younger sister and his parents who cherish them and have expressed their desire for them to be able to pursue a career through the education they are receiving at El Porvenir. 

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About Abelino:

9th grade

MEET OUR Student: Abelino

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his time of working in the fields when school was not in session due to COVID-19, Abelino made sure to evangelize to his coworkers who did not know Jesus. One of Abelino’s favorite things about EP apart from his studies is that he believes El Porvenir has transformed him during his time as a student. His transformation was so visible that even his younger brother, Oscar, decided to enroll himself in EP after he had seen Abelino's growth and transformation from EP. Fun fact: Abelino wants to be an architect when he is older.

Abelino will be finishing his final year at El Porvenir this year. Two words to describe Abelino are dedicated and caring. He has clearly shown his dedication for his studies through his work ethic and progress, even catching the attention of the school director. Abelino is also caring, oftentimes reaching out to other students who are having a hard time with their school work, or evangelizing to his non-Christian friends. Even during

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About Augustine:

6th grade

MEET OUR Student: Augustine

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fields earning 10 pesos for every jar she fills with raspberries, while his step-dad has to leave the family often to try to look for jobs that could provide for the family. Our hope is for Agustine to continue to see the value in education, and to really be able to believe in himself as he pursues a higher education that he can achieve the dreams he has. When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, he shyly responded that he wants to be a lawyer.

Augustine is currently going into sixth grade, and is known amongst the teachers as a shy, sweet, and fast learning student. He came to El Porvenir not being able to read or write, but has shown significant progress as he is now not only able to read and write, but is also slowly learning English. Augustine comes from a large family of seven, all residing in one small bedroom that the family rents in San Telmo. His mother works in the raspberry

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About Jasmine:

2nd grade

MEET OUR Student: Jasmine

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from his diabetes. Unable to provide or take care of the family due to a loss of vision, Jasmine’s mother took on work in the fields, leaving the house at 5:00am everyday for the tomato fields. Yet she realized very soon that the wages from the fields were not enough to provide for the needs of her children. It quickly became a struggle for Jasmine’s mother to pay for her school tuition, despite hoping for a better future for her daughter. Therefore, it is our desire to see Jasmine continue to attend school, and be able to grow and pursue an education.

Jasmine has completed her first year at El Porvenir and will be going into second grade. She currently lives with her older brother and her parents who cherish them and have expressed their desire for them to be able to pursue a career through the education they are receiving at El Porvenir. However, Jasmine’s family has had unforeseen circumstances affect them significantly, as her father began to lose his eyesight 

Grade:


About Emily:

8th grade

MEET OUR Student: Emily

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who is a strong supporter of her daughter’s dreams and longs to see her pursue higher education and go on to high school and university. They are sincerely grateful to El Porvenir for the education that Emily is able to receive, as they have witnessed and have come to believe in the power and impact of education.

Emily has been a student at El Porvenir since the first grade. Going into eighth grade this year, she has excelled throughout the seven years as a student, as a daughter, and as a youth member with our local church Ven a Cristo. She dreams of one day becoming a general doctor that she may be able to help others who are in medical need. Emily currently lives with her mother, 

Grade:


About Gricel:

5th grade

MEET OUR Student: Gricel

X

with her grandmother ever since she was little. However, Gricel continues to project such an energetic and bright attitude, displaying great efforts as a student that she may be able to pursue higher education. It is also her grandmother's deep desire for Gricel to be able to have a career, for a better future to await her.

Gricel is currently going into fifth grade at El Porvenir. She is known for being a very hard working student during classes, carefully paying attention to each lesson and always making sure to take notes. Being such a sweet and playful student, one would not have perceived her upbringing. After her mother and father left the family when she was one, Gricel has been living 

Grade:


About Carlos:

7th grade

MEET OUR Student: Carlos

X

diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease attacking the nerves in his body. The family went through many struggles with different hospital visits unable to find a proper diagnosis or a cure, while the father suffered paralysis, and was unable to work or provide for the family. Luckily, after being properly diagnosed, he is now on his way to a slow recovery. However, a great financial struggle was upon the family, where Carlos’s neighbors had to contribute and help out the family with food and gas. It is our hope to join in on the action of his neighbors and provide for Carlos’s education at such a time as this, that he may continue on to secondary school without the financial burden.

Carlos is one of our El Porvenir students who will be going up to 7th grade in our secondary school. He is smart and hard working, and loves to practice his English with the teachers. Carlos has a beautiful family, living with his mother and father who are truly grateful to be sending their son to a school that is Christian and prioritizes the Word of God and prayer. However, an unexpected tragedy has hit this family, as Carlos’s dad was 

Grade:


About Bryan:

4th grade

MEET OUR Student: Bryan

X

education, but helping him grow in character to be a good person. She shares how it is common to see many kids end up making poor decisions with drugs, alcohol, and gangs in the community, but believes that the school will pave the way for both a good future and to character in Byran. Fun fact: Bryan hopes to be a lawyer when he grows older.

Bryan is an undoubtedly energetic and friendly student who will be going into fourth grade this year at El Porvenir. He currently lives with his grandmother who raised him and provided for him since he was a baby. To her, Bryan is more of a son than a grandson. Grandmother Vassi states her gratitude for El Porvenir for not only placing Bryan in a path of

Grade:


About Sofia:

4th grade

MEET OUR Student: Sofia

X

dedicates herself to provide the daily necessities for her children, working in the strawberry fields. But knowing how difficult life is in the fields, she wishes for Sofia to continue to diligently pursue education, that she may have a different occupation, and ultimately a better life in the future. Fun fact: Sofia’s favorite ice cream flavor is chocolate.

Sofia will be in fourth grade at El Porvenir this year. She is a student who genuinely cherishes learning about multiple subjects, as she shared it was one of her favorite reasons for attending the school. Her family moved to San Telmo three years ago after the passing of their father. Currently, Sofia resides in a bedroom along with her mother and her sisters. The mother

Grade:


About Heriberto:

7th grade

MEET OUR Student: Heriberto

X

Heriberto’s mother has worked in the fields in hopes of providing for the necessities of daily living. However, the financial burden eventually led Heriberto to begin working in the fields when schools were closed from the pandemic. He left the house at 5:30am for the pumpkin fields daily, coming back home around 4:00-6:00pm. Heriberto’s primary reason for working in the fields was so that he could  pay for his tuition to continue his education. Our hope and desire is for Heriberto to continue to study with the motivation he already possesses, that they may be able to pursue higher education without having to work in the pumpkin fields.

Heriberto graduated from 6th grade this year as one of the top students, always taking his studies seriously. He is highly motivated to pursue education in hopes of also pursuing a career. Being such a bright student, one would not have been able to suspect his familial and financial situation. Heriberto currently lives with his mother and his niece, as Heriberto’s father left the family when Heriberto was young. As a single mother,

Grade:


About Misaki:

9th grade

MEET OUR Student: Misaki

X

Knowing how difficult work and life is for field workers, she deeply wishes for Mizaki to continue to work hard in his studies so that he may be able to pursue a career rather than go into the fields for work. In response to this, we asked Mizaki what his dreams are for the future. Mizaki shared he would like to be an engineer specifically for agriculture and plants, as he has been influenced by growing up in a rural, agricultural community.

Mizaki is a well known student for being active in school, events, and fellowships, and especially known for being a great soccer player. He will be completing his final year as a ninth grader in the secondary school. He currently lives with his mother, who works in the fields waking up everyday at 4:00am to take care of Mizaki and his siblings before heading out for work.

Grade:


About Heriberto:

7th grade

MEET OUR Student: Oscar

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does. This can also be seen when he serves his fellow classmates; frequently staying back and helping clean after the class is over. He dreams of one day going to high school and then to university to study food science and agricultural development. And although there is a high school in the community, he wishes to go to one that is God centered and will continue to help him grow in his faith. Oscar still serves, only now it's at home for construction with his dad. During the pandemic while schools are shut down, Oscar helps his dad to make money for the family and to fund his education. Both him, his brother and the whole family are immensely grateful for the school and believe in the impact God has made through it.

Oscar is a seventh grade student here at El Porvenir. He and his older brother, Abalino (who also attends EP), are two of five children in their household. Oscar is bright not only in intellect but in personality and character well. He can always be found inside and outside of the classroom smiling. When it comes to learning something new or sharing in discipleship class, Oscar is earnest and puts his heart in all that he 

After careful consideration, research, and analysis of our current financial situation at 4CM, we quickly realized that there is a need to increase our financial sustainability in order to not only continue providing quality education and services to our students, but also to be able to see future growth of the school—such as the addition of a high school.

One of the ways we are planning to increase our financial sustainability is through increasing the tuition that is required to be paid to attend EP. Although we did our best to take into account of the average family household's income as well as the current average minimum wage in San Telmo, we knew that it is possible for some families to not be able to afford the raised tuition.


about El Porvenir Sponsorship

X

click on one of the pictures below to learn more about our Students

X

these are three ways you can partner with us:

financial support

prayer support

spread the word

Funds will directly cover all school-related staff, food, medical, travel, and ministry program expenses.

Visit the 4CM homepage and click on the donate button. Select El Porvenir. Click the monthly donations box and in the note section write “EP Sponsorship”. Someone from our team will contact you!

Join us as we stand in the gap through prayer and intercession on behalf of the community and people of San Telmo!

Our hope and vision is that through the education offered at EP, our students will be able to encounter the love of God and to unlock their potential to do great things for God's Kingdom.


As you prayerfully consider partnering with us, help us spread the word by telling your friends and sharing information about the sponsorship program on social media platforms!

X

Grade:


About Daniel:

8th grade

MEET OUR Student: Daniel

X

However, Daniel’s family has had unforeseen circumstances affect them significantly, as his father began to lose his eyesight from his diabetes. Unable to provide or take care of the family due to a loss of vision, Daniel’s mother took on work in the fields, leaving the house at 5:00am everyday for the tomato fields. Yet she realized very soon that the wages from the fields were not enough to provide for the needs of her children. It quickly became a struggle for Daniel’s mother to pay for his school tuition, despite hoping for a better future for her son. Therefore, it is our desire to see Daniel and continue to attend school, and to be able to see him discover and develop his passions and goals through education.

Daniel has been a student at El Porvenir for seven years and has seen the transitions and the transformations of the school himself. He will be in eighth grade this year, with only one more grade to graduate secondary school. He currently lives with his younger sister and his parents who cherish them and have expressed their desire for them to be able to pursue a career through the education they are receiving at El Porvenir. 

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MEET OUR Student: Daniel

X

However, Daniel’s family has had unforeseen circumstances affect them significantly, as his father began to lose his eyesight from his diabetes. Unable to provide or take care of the family due to a loss of vision, Daniel’s mother took on work in the fields, leaving the house at 5:00am everyday for the tomato fields. Yet she realized very soon that the wages from the fields were not enough to provide for the needs of her children. It quickly became a struggle for Daniel’s mother to pay for his school tuition, despite hoping for a better future for her son. Therefore, it is our desire to see Daniel and continue to attend school, and to be able to see him discover and develop his passions and goals through education.

Grade:


About Abelino:

9th grade

MEET OUR Student: Abelino

X

Abelino will be finishing his final year at El Porvenir this year. Two words to describe Abelino are dedicated and caring. He has clearly shown his dedication for his studies through his work ethic and progress, even catching the attention of the school director. Abelino is also caring, oftentimes reaching out to other students who are having a hard time with their school work, or evangelizing to his non-Christian friends. 

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Abelino

X

Even during his time of working in the fields when school was not in session due to COVID-19, Abelino made sure to evangelize to his coworkers who did not know Jesus. One of Abelino’s favorite things about EP apart from his studies is that he believes El Porvenir has transformed him during his time as a student. His transformation was so visible that even his younger brother, Oscar, decided to enroll himself in EP after he had seen Abelino's growth and transformation from EP. Fun fact: Abelino wants to be an architect when he is older.

Grade:


About Augustine:

6th grade

MEET OUR Student: Augustine

X

His mother works in the raspberry fields earning 10 pesos for every jar she fills with raspberries, while his step-dad has to leave the family often to try to look for jobs that could provide for the family. Our hope is for Agustine to continue to see the value in education, and to really be able to believe in himself as he pursues a higher education that he can achieve the dreams he has. When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, he shyly responded that he wants to be a lawyer.

Augustine is currently going into sixth grade, and is known amongst the teachers as a shy, sweet, and fast learning student. He came to El Porvenir not being able to read or write, but has shown significant progress as he is now not only able to read and write, but is also slowly learning English. Augustine comes from a large family of seven, all residing in one small bedroom that the family rents in San Telmo. 

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Augustine

X

His mother works in the raspberry fields earning 10 pesos for every jar she fills with raspberries, while his step-dad has to leave the family often to try to look for jobs that could provide for the family. Our hope is for Agustine to continue to see the value in education, and to really be able to believe in himself as he pursues a higher education that he can achieve the dreams he has. When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, he shyly responded that he wants to be a lawyer.

Grade:


About Jasmine:

2nd grade

MEET OUR Student: Jasmine

X

Unable to provide or take care of the family due to a loss of vision, Jasmine’s mother took on work in the fields, leaving the house at 5:00am everyday for the tomato fields. Yet she realized very soon that the wages from the fields were not enough to provide for the needs of her children. It quickly became a struggle for Jasmine’s mother to pay for her school tuition, despite hoping for a better future for her daughter. Therefore, it is our desire to see Jasmine continue to attend school, and be able to grow and pursue an education.

Jasmine has completed her first year at El Porvenir and will be going into second grade. She currently lives with her older brother and her parents who cherish them and have expressed their desire for them to be able to pursue a career through the education they are receiving at El Porvenir. However, Jasmine’s family has had unforeseen circumstances affect them significantly, as her father began to lose his eyesight from his diabetes. 

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Jasmine

X

Unable to provide or take care of the family due to a loss of vision, Jasmine’s mother took on work in the fields, leaving the house at 5:00am everyday for the tomato fields. Yet she realized very soon that the wages from the fields were not enough to provide for the needs of her children. It quickly became a struggle for Jasmine’s mother to pay for her school tuition, despite hoping for a better future for her daughter. Therefore, it is our desire to see Jasmine continue to attend school, and be able to grow and pursue an education.

Grade:


About Emily:

8th grade

MEET OUR Student: Emily

X

Emily has been a student at El Porvenir since the first grade. Going into eighth grade this year, she has excelled throughout the seven years as a student, as a daughter, and as a youth member with our local church Ven a Cristo. She dreams of one day becoming a general doctor that she may be able to help others who are in medical need. Emily currently lives with her mother, who is a strong supporter of her daughter’s dreams and longs to see her pursue higher education and go on to high school and university.

Grade:


About Gricel:

5th grade

MEET OUR Student: Gricel

X

 However, Gricel continues to project such an energetic and bright attitude, displaying great efforts as a student that she may be able to pursue higher education. It is also her grandmother's deep desire for Gricel to be able to have a career, for a better future to await her.

Gricel is currently going into fifth grade at El Porvenir. She is known for being a very hard working student during classes, carefully paying attention to each lesson and always making sure to take notes. Being such a sweet and playful student, one would not have perceived her upbringing. After her mother and father left the family when she was one, Gricel has been living with her grandmother ever since she was little.

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Gricel

X

However, Gricel continues to project such an energetic and bright attitude, displaying great efforts as a student that she may be able to pursue higher education. It is also her grandmother's deep desire for Gricel to be able to have a career, for a better future to await her.

Grade:


About Carlos:

7th grade

MEET OUR Student: Carlos

X

Carlos is one of our El Porvenir students who will be going up to 7th grade in our secondary school. He is smart and hard working, and loves to practice his English with the teachers. Carlos has a beautiful family, living with his mother and father who are truly grateful to be sending their son to a school that is Christian and prioritizes the Word of God and prayer. However, an unexpected tragedy has hit this family, as Carlos’s dad was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease attacking his nervous system.

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Carlos

X

The family went through many struggles with different hospital visits unable to find a proper diagnosis or a cure, while the father suffered paralysis, and was unable to work or provide for the family. Luckily, after being properly diagnosed, he is now on his way to a slow recovery. However, a great financial struggle was upon the family, where Carlos’s neighbors had to contribute and help out the family with food and gas. It is our hope to join in on the action of his neighbors and provide for Carlos’s education at such a time as this, that he may continue on to secondary school without the financial burden.

Grade:


About Bryan:

4th grade

MEET OUR Student: Bryan

X

Bryan is an undoubtedly energetic and friendly student who will be going into fourth grade this year at El Porvenir. He currently lives with his grandmother who raised him and provided for him since he was a baby. To her, Bryan is more of a son than a grandson. Grandmother Vassi states her gratitude for El Porvenir for not only placing Bryan in a path of education, but helping him grow in character to be a good person.

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Bryan

X

She shares how it is common to see many kids end up making poor decisions with drugs, alcohol, and gangs in the community, but believes that the school will pave the way for both a good future and to character in Bryan. Fun fact: Bryan hopes to be a lawyer when he grows older.

Grade:


About Sofia:

4th grade

MEET OUR Student: Sofia

X

The mother dedicates herself to provide the daily necessities for her children, working in the strawberry fields. But knowing how difficult life is in the fields, she wishes for Sofia to continue to diligently pursue education, that she may have a different occupation, and ultimately a better life in the future. Fun fact: Sofia’s favorite ice cream flavor is chocolate.

Sofia will be in fourth grade at El Porvenir this year. She is a student who genuinely cherishes learning about multiple subjects, as she shared it was one of her favorite reasons for attending the school. Her family moved to San Telmo three years ago after the passing of their father. Currently, Sofia resides in a bedroom along with her mother and her sisters. 

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Sofia

X

The mother dedicates herself to provide the daily necessities for her children, working in the strawberry fields. But knowing how difficult life is in the fields, she wishes for Sofia to continue to diligently pursue education, that she may have a different occupation, and ultimately a better life in the future. Fun fact: Sofia’s favorite ice cream flavor is chocolate.

Grade:


About Heriberto:

7th grade

MEET OUR Student: Heriberto

X

As a single mother, Heriberto’s mother has worked in the fields in hopes of providing for the necessities of daily living. However, the financial burden eventually led Heriberto to begin working in the fields when schools were closed from the pandemic. He left the house at 5:30am for the pumpkin fields daily, coming back home around 4:00-6:00pm. Heriberto’s primary reason for working in the fields was so that he could  pay for his tuition to continue his education. Our hope and desire is for Heriberto to continue to study with the motivation he already possesses, that they may be able to pursue higher education without having to work in the pumpkin fields.

Heriberto graduated from 6th grade this year as one of the top students, always taking his studies seriously. He is highly motivated to pursue education in hopes of also pursuing a career. Being such a bright student, one would not have been able to suspect his familial and financial situation. Heriberto currently lives with his mother and his niece, as Heriberto’s father left the family when Heriberto was young. 

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Heriberto

X

As a single mother, Heriberto’s mother has worked in the fields in hopes of providing for the necessities of daily living. However, the financial burden eventually led Heriberto to begin working in the fields when schools were closed from the pandemic. He left the house at 5:30am for the pumpkin fields daily, coming back home around 4:00-6:00pm. Heriberto’s primary reason for working in the fields was so that he could  pay for his tuition to continue his education. Our hope and desire is for Heriberto to continue to study with the motivation he already possesses, that they may be able to pursue higher education without having to work in the pumpkin fields.

Grade:


About Misaki:

9th grade

MEET OUR Student: Misaki

X

Knowing how difficult work and life is for field workers, she deeply wishes for Mizaki to continue to work hard in his studies so that he may be able to pursue a career rather than go into the fields for work. In response to this, we asked Mizaki what his dreams are for the future. Mizaki shared he would like to be an engineer specifically for agriculture and plants, as he has been influenced by growing up in a rural, agricultural community.

Misaki is a well known student for being active in school, events, and fellowships, and especially known for being a great soccer player. He will be completing his final year as a ninth grader in the secondary school. He currently lives with his mother, who works in the fields waking up everyday at 4:00am to take care of Misaki and his siblings before heading out for work.

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Misaki

X

As a single mother, Heriberto’s mother has worked in the fields in hopes of providing for the necessities of daily living. However, the financial burden eventually led Heriberto to begin working in the fields when schools were closed from the pandemic. He left the house at 5:30am for the pumpkin fields daily, coming back home around 4:00-6:00pm. Heriberto’s primary reason for working in the fields was so that he could  pay for his tuition to continue his education. Our hope and desire is for Heriberto to continue to study with the motivation he already possesses, that they may be able to pursue higher education without having to work in the pumpkin fields.

Grade:


About Heriberto:

7th grade

MEET OUR Student: Oscar

X

This can also be seen when he serves his fellow classmates; frequently staying back and helping clean after the class is over. He dreams of one day going to high school and then to university to study food science and agricultural development. And although there is a high school in the community, he wishes to go to one that is God centered and will continue to help him grow in his faith. Oscar still serves, only now it's at home for construction with his dad. During the pandemic while schools are shut down, Oscar helps his dad to make money for the family and to fund his education. Both him, his brother and the whole family are immensely grateful for the school and believe in the impact God has made through it.

Oscar is a seventh grade student here at El Porvenir. He and his older brother, Abelino (who also attends EP), are two of five children in their household. Oscar is bright not only in intellect but in personality and character well. He can always be found inside and outside of the classroom smiling. When it comes to learning something new or sharing in discipleship class, Oscar is earnest and puts his heart in all that he does.

Read More >>

MEET OUR Student: Oscar

X

This can also be seen when he serves his fellow classmates; frequently staying back and helping clean after the class is over. He dreams of one day going to high school and then to university to study food science and agricultural development. And although there is a high school in the community, he wishes to go to one that is God centered and will continue to help him grow in his faith. Oscar still serves, only now it's at home for construction with his dad. During the pandemic while schools are shut down, Oscar helps his dad to make money for the family and to fund his education. Both him, his brother and the whole family are immensely grateful for the school and believe in the impact God has made through it.

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