The SchoolsThe beneficiaries of Students Rebuild Haiti are the Haitian students, families and faculty of four primary and secondary schools around the country that have suffered from the aftereffects of the 2010 earthquake. The size, location and character of the schools vary widely from one another - each school presenting different challenges, opportunities and needs from which the designs were developed and construction managed by Architecture for Humanity in Haiti.
Ecole La Dignité, Cayes Jacmel, Sud. Two-classroom extension for the only free private school in the Jacmel area.
Collège Mixte Le Bon Berger, Montrouis. The reconstruction of eight classrooms for a 400-student school devastated by the earthquake has garnered national praise and 25% increased enrollment.
Ecole Baptiste Bon Berger, Pele, Port-au-Prince. Phased construction of 20 classrooms for 1200 students near the world-renown slum of Cité Soleil.
École Elie Dubois, Champ de Mars, Port-au-Prince. Historic vocational school for girls (250 enrolled), working to rebuild its cafeteria and kitchen and renovate the surviving schoolhouse, before its 2013 centennial.
Institut Foyer du Savoir "Home of Knowledge," Delmas 75, Port-au-Prince. New construction for 400 students on a new site with sweeping views of the city. (Note: this project has been canceled. Why?)