A Complete Campus

In Haiti, only five percent of children who start school earn a high school diploma. Lack of funds, transportation, and support lead to astounding drop-out rates. With the addition of new buildings on the secondary campus, HOM can meet the needs of the students coming out of our growing primary schools and expand Barye Fe to grade 13, the culminating year in Haiti. This will enable students to graduate from an exceptional Christ-centered, academically strong school
in their community. Then they will be well-prepared for higher education and professional employment.

Superintendent of Schools Jacky Dorleans has big dreams for this complete campus, saying, “By faith, I already see myself walking, praising God, and teaching in these new buildings. We’re praying that the Lord would open large doors or opportunities, like He has done before, for this wonderful dream to become a reality.”

“I don’t even want to think about what my life would be like without my school. I received a transformative education. Today I have the possibility to help – it is a real privilege.”
Wahite Frick Hyppolite, International Security Coordinator and former HOM student