College Sainte Rose de Lima, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
In College Sainte Rose de Lima, the building for primary school has a capacity of 40 students on an average for each classroom and there are 12 classrooms in total. For recreation, the primary school also has a playground-large-box in form of a small bar. The secondary school on the other hand has 14 classrooms that includes 2 classrooms built in the new building that was built and completed in the year 1994. The top floor holds the "former old box", language laboratory, computers, and Marian Youth room who were the former residents of the dormitory.
The College Sainte Rose de Lima has a different building that has the Director of Studies' office and a hospital. The Director of Studies takes ancient philosophy class. Among the other premises are the laboratories for natural sciences, chemistry and physics, a music room and CDI, a big library, a room for audio-visual, the residence of the sisters and the Chapel. The music room has now been turned into a big auditorium that is capable of accommodating 335 people.
The admission criteria for College Sainte Rose de Lima is very simple. The child must be capable of comprehending the pictures of a book and must be capable of answering a few questions asked to the child.
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my name is Nikalia Saint Remy, I am 15 years old, I was born and raised in Haiti.
I am writing this letter to have more information of this school.
Do you have a a sponcer program to help less fortunate kids and put them in Sainte Rose De Lima I am willing to volunteer because I am aware of the current situation in Haiti and I would love to take action and help. Can I have a phone number to contact
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