Zeal Covenant School

Evelyn Mmbone-School Director

Students at Zeal Covenant School 

Evelyn started Zeal Covenant School in 2005 with only two teachers. The progress so far has been incredible as the school has overcome several challenges to provide quality education to children in Kawangware. Evelyn’s dream was always to be a teacher. She wanted to change her community and provide a safe learning environment for children. It took years to build a stable culture at Zeal Covenant, where teachers value collaboration, parents feel welcomed and students believe that they can succeed. Evelyn believes that for a school to be successful, you must prioritize relationships with teachers, parents and students.

We have been impressed by the level of collaboration among teachers at Zeal. Evelyn is working with other colleagues like Edward and Margaret to transform the school and improve the education experience for children.

Zeal Covenant was awarded The Dignitas School of Distinction Award during our Ten-Year Anniversary event. Zeal Covenant School teachers prioritize all learners. The teaching staff have mastered the art of collaboration to ensure they support success in the classroom. They have fostered an environment where students can truly thrive and succeed.

Schools like Zeal Covenant are working towards our vision: To make schools a vibrant place where all children can develop the skills and strength of character to thrive and succeed. The teachers at Zeal Covenant are giving their best to transform the learning experience for students. This #GivingTuesday, you can join us as we plan to support many other schools like Zeal Covenant. Our Giving campaign is #IWantToLearn. We know that children deserve the opportunity to access quality education, so they can fulfill their potential. Check out our giving page or reach out to us to discuss other ways you could give. We would like to hear your feedback.

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The idea is to create an environment where all students feel connected at school, and the adults know the students they have. The priority is helping all students succeed.

Tendra Holland

Contributor: Gloria Omuya – Senior Communication & Operations Officer