We are currently raising funds to complete Phase 1 of the school. These buildings represent the necessary accommodations for 75 girls.
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Top of the Hill Girls Secondary School
Attn: Mary Murimi
6403 77th Street, Lubbock, TX 79424
Welcome to Our School
A Transformational Educational Model for Young Women
The curriculum design is conducted by women who are leaders in their respective fields. Dr. Heather Greenhalgh is an expert on curriculum development and girls education, and Lydia Njoki works with the Kenyan Ministry of Education. The principal aim is to develop a culturally relevant and holistic education system that will transform the girls and their related communities.
The school will be guided by Christian principles.
Please stay tuned for our Event schedule which will include Fundraising opportunities, as well as educational workshops to engage our
our supporters about African Cultures and Traditions. Your participation is vital in the success of the school, please take a moment to invite your friends, family and colleagues to join us!
Dr. Mary Murimi, Lecture
Dr. Murimi is Professor of Nutrition in the College of Human Sciences at Texas Tech University, Past President for the Society of Nutrition Education and Behavior, Past Associate Editor for the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, and Past Chancellor of Daystar University in Kenya Africa.
Africa Education Statistics
23% of poor, rural girls complete their primary education in
More than half of the countries with a gender disparity gap in primary education are in sub-Saharan Africa.
59 million of secondary school school age children are estimated to be out of school worldwide. Of these, 33 million are in sub-Saharan Africa and 60 percent are girls.
Twice as many girls as boys will never start school.
UNESCO Atlas of Gender Inequality in Education
Africa's Lost Girls (Article Link)