CURRENT STUDENTS - FUTURE PROFESSIONALS, ENTREPRENEURS AND LEADERS
The Georgia Chapter of the Prince of Wales Alumni Association are former students of the Prince of Wales Secondary School in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa which was established in 1925 as the first secondary school with a predominantly science curriculum. Since its founding, it has maintained a tradition of producing several generations of physicians, scientists, engineers, and technicians as well as numerous non-science professionals such as lawyers, businessmen, accountants, teachers and many more notable professionals in various fields of learning, who now serve in Sierra Leone and other countries around the world. This tradition has been threatened in recent years by the existence of deplorable educational and infrastructural conditions at the school.
The POWAA (GA Chapter) is committed to provide financial, material, infrastructural, and human resources support to the Prince of Wales School in Sierra Leone, and support an exemplary level of education especially in the area of Science, Technology and Math (STM), while continually improving the quality of teaching and learning at the school. In fulfillment of this commitment the most urgent need that we are addressing, is the rehabilitation of the School Assembly Hall. To learn more about this project, please click on the link below.
THE ASSEMBLY HALL REHABILITATION PROJECT