School Partnerships in Senegal and the United States

We are grateful to continue building and establishing new relationships with schools that value education and the arts.


Source: ArtsTech

ArtsTech’s mission is to better the lives of underserved urban youth through the development of marketable artistic and technical skills. ArtsTech accomplishes this by operating a center for youth enterprise that provides hands-on training and experience in visual arts, graphic design, photography, ceramics, silk-screening, and computers; and building and managing collaborative partnerships that use art and technology as educational tools for the benefit of youth in the community.

Enko Waca International School

Source: Enko Waca International

Enko Education is a fast-growing network of African international schools, increasing access to the world’s best universities for learners across Africa.

Enko Education has developed an innovative model. Their programs lead to globally recognized and sought after qualifications. They are able to offer those at a fraction of the cost charged by other international schools in Africa. Furthermore, Enko learners are supported in their higher education applications through their university guidance program. It supports them in selecting the right universities and then securing both admission and financing for their studies. They offer an outstanding learning experience striving to educate our learners with Africa at heart and the world in mind.

International School of Dakar

Source: International School of Dakar

The International School of Dakar is guided by their strategic plan which calls upon their to challenge, create, and change, their students, their school, and ourselves.  ISD is an independent, co-educational day school offering an enriched international educational program to reflect the diverse international background of the student body and the faculty. Classes are offered for PK-3 through Grade 12. The school year extends from mid-August to mid-June. Their ultimate goal is to develop successful learners who have the courage to tackle complex problems and be of service to others. 

Senegalese American Bilingual School

Source: Senegalese American Bilingual School

SABS is an international academic family of students, teachers and staff from Senegal, America and over thirty-five different nationalities. Their ambition as a model institution is to shape tomorrow’s leaders by offering Senegalese-American children and those of the international community the chance to grow and evolve together to forge a positive image of Africa. Through innovative programs and a respect for the learning styles and rhythms unique to each individual, they offer a rigorous curriculum focused on bilingualism and preparation for future responsibilities and challenges, locally and internationally.

SOS Villlage Des Enfants

Source: SOS Village

SOS Village Des Enfants mission is to take care of children. Their vocation is to safeguard fraternal bonds, which, after separation from parents, are fundamental to the evolution of each child. In doing so, they always make sure that the family experience makes it possible to keep siblings under the same roof and does not present any risk for one or more of the children.The association is committed to providing young people, after their release, educational and material support. This assistance is subject to a personal project and a request expressed by them. At the same time, the association is implementing means of helping SOS mothers to continue to receive, without limit of duration, the children they have raised and the family that they have founded, thereby ensuring continuity. emotional and relational.

Virginia Tech

Source: Virginia Tech

Founded in 1872, Virginia Tech pushes the boundaries of knowledge by taking a hands-on, trans-disciplinary approach to preparing students to be leaders and problem-solvers. The university fulfills its role as a land-grant institution by fostering a collaborative environment that integrates technology into all disciplines, so that the Virginia Tech community can serve as a force for positive change around the commonwealth, the country, and the world. In 2019, Sunu Thiossane will be partnering with Virgina Tech for a summer cultural exchange program.