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The EAST Initiative

Common Heritage Foundation through its Education Access Support and Training (EAST) initiative which focuses on ensuring that no child is left out of school provides significant support to The Heritage College. The EAST initiative has the following components:

  • Inclusion, Indigent and Special needs support (INC)
  • Teacher In-service Education (TIE)
  • Read, Write, Create (RWC)
  • Eat and Dress for-school (EDS)

The Heritage College, Owo

The Heritage College was opened to students in September, 2018 at Unaun, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria as a not-for-profit institution with the aim of creating a learning environment that offers top class education to learners at low cost. The College aims to nurture and mentor learners so that they realize their full potentials as beings irrespective of their social, biological or other differences.  The College is unique in its approach to learning, teaching and development of the inherent ability in the learner.

The College is open to students from ages 9 to 17 years. At the end of the junior school, students will be able to

  • Read, write and reason
  • Grow, rear and harvest, plant and animal products
  • Appreciate skills for constructing, for producing and repairing
  • Hold heads high in character, charity and in integrity

There are currently 17 students in JSS1 and 2 with five educators.

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