When the school first started there were no buildings, only thatch shade structures and two teachers for more than a hundred children.
Despite the challenges of limited space, makeshift shelter, and insufficient classroom resources, iDream Community School was still able to achieve some of the best test results in the country, while creating a more favorable learning environment for future students.
The school has blossomed. The students’ test scores frequently surpass government schools, as well as some private schools in Zambia. There are now multiple blocks of classrooms built and over 300 children enrolled. There is still work to do.