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Accomplishments, Reflections, and Other News

2016 Accomplishments
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Our girls have brought our "whole girl" education to life, balancing the intense and demanding academic work with our rich co-curricular offerings. They continue to be awarded for their amazing hard work. What follows is a list of just some of the girls' achievements in the past year:

The class of 2016, which graduated in October 2016, had 100% of our girls passing the National Exam;

Class of '14 graduate was selected for publication in Best College Essays 2016 for her essay, "A Girl with No Country;"

1st place in Rwanda Education Board's (REB) science competition that is geared at encouraging secondary school students to study science, technology and innovation;

1st and 2nd place at National Science Fair Competition;

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Soozi McGill and Shal Foster:  425 Magazine
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The Eastside's Shalisan Foster and Suzanne Sinegal McGill are working to empower women a world away.

Give a Rwandan girl an education, and she'll have the power to alter the landscape of her country. That's the idea Foster and McGill invested in when they started Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology, an all-girls STEM school in Rwanda.

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On the evening of November 18, 2016, Angela, Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology Class of 2015, and Harvard University freshman, gave the following speech at the Rwanda Girls Initiative annual event.

Good evening,

Earlier this year, I was speaking with one of my Rwandan friends. He had recently learned that I got into college and was curious to know how I got into such a "prestigious" university as Harvard.

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Soozi McGill and Shal Foster:  425 Magazine
emisner

The Eastside's Shalisan Foster and Suzanne Sinegal McGill are working to empower women a world away.

Give a Rwandan girl an education, and she'll have the power to alter the landscape of her country. That's the idea Foster and McGill invested in when they started Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology, an all-girls STEM school in Rwanda.

Read more