The mission statement of St. John Baptist de La Salle Catholic School is to provide a human and Christian education to less fortunate young Ethiopians so they can become respectful and loving to all humanity and to their country, according to the ministry which the Catholic Church entrusted to it.
The school’s vision is to integrate children who come from different races and denominations, who are economically poor and artisans, and who are in poor health.
St. John Baptist de La Salle Catholic School sets high standards as an academic institution and hopes to serve as positive role model for other schools in Ethiopia. The school aims to provide a quality education for all of its students, regardless of their academic abilities. For the past five years, all students in grades eight, 10 and 12 passed the Addis Ababa regional and Ethiopian national exams.
Culture Day will be celebrated in the school
First quarter report card will be given.
Second Quarter is started.
Students started class
The Christian Brothers founded St. John Baptist de La Salle Catholic School in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 2010 to serve the educational needs of children living in Addis Ababa and the Oromia Regions. While the school is open to the general public for a moderate fee, the children from the nearby orphanage run by St. Mother Teresa’s Community do not have to pay. The school is located on the border between Addis Ababa and Oromia regions which makes it more unique and special. In the year 2010, the school served 668 students. Currently, the school is serving around 2000 students who come from different races, denominations, varied economic backgrounds and artisans, and health statuses.READ MORE...
To promote a well-developed and organized art club for students
Initiating students to express their ability on art in different ages.