At Madina Mission High School, we aim to make each of our 600 students empathetic and innovative problem solvers who will show us the way out of the grave problems of our times.
Since 2013, four classrooms at Madina Mission have been under the care of a strong relay of Teach for India fellows.
Time and again, our children have surprised us with their insatiable curiosity and their undying spirit of hard work.
In this last leg of the relay, as we prepare our kids for college and the world outside, we're trying to make sure they have and know everything they need to thrive.
Their success means radical change not only for their families but for the community as a whole.
For this, we intend to set up a Science Laboratory where our students can learn Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and at the same time, fall in love with the subjects too!
A computer laboratory would connect our children to the real world and make information available at their fingertips. Using this Computer Laboratory, we hope to partner with a New York-based organization Girls Who Code, and foster STEM learning and leadership for young women in the community.
The chain of fellows at Madina Mission have put in their time at molding our students into the leaders they are today. We hope you will help us see this to completion, and at the same time give other children at our school a chance to thrive too!