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First class tuition + Modern facilities + Affordable fees

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Mukwashi Trust School

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Providing the highest-possible quality of education for your child at an affordable price.

We are a licensed pre, primary and secondary school founded in 2006. We educate pupils from age 3 through to Grade 12.

Our school operates as a charity, so there isn’t an owner trying to profit from pupils.

We are a national examination centre for Grades 7, 9 & 12.

We provide a ‘catch up’ class, with its own full-time teacher, for children who start schooling late.

“Mukwashi Trust School is registered with the Ministry of General Education, and is a non-profit making private school. I recommend Mukwashi Trust School for the humanitarian work they are doing for the vulnerable children in the community.”

Father Benjamin Chisulo, District Education Board Secretary

Why you should choose Mukwashi for your child:

We hope your child will become a life-long learner who makes a significant difference to our nation through serving their community.

Our pupils obtain higher marks than pupils at other schools. 1n 2020, 74% of our G7s were awarded Division 1 or 2, when the national average was 43%; and 100% of our G12s gained a School Certificate, when the national average (including boarding schools) was  63%.

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“All my children have gone through Mukwashi because I saw its value. My first born is now studying civil engineering in Morocco due to his solid foundation from Mukwashi Trust School.”

Mrs Old, Parent
Contact Us

To reserve a place for your child, contact:

To reserve a place for your child, contact:

The Head Teacher
Mukwashi Trust School Ltd,
PO Box 35310, Lusaka West.

+260 97 957 9255



Pupil at Mukwashi Trust School

“My name is Precious Likela. I am a 16-year-old girl, and my father and mother don’t have any paid work. I started going to a government school when I was seven, but had to stop attending because my parents had no money.

I was then very lucky. The Mukwashi teachers found me, arranged for me to have a free place at their school, and I’ve been at Mukwashi for eight years now. Mukwashi has opened my world, and I can now read and write clearly in English. I am doing well at school, and, when I have finished studying, I want to become a teacher.”

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