On January 31, the students and teachers of the Mary Immaculate School of Kinshasa (nursery and primary) welcomed Priscilla and Amilbia. It was an intimate space of affection expressed through words and cultural symbols (songs, flowers, national flag). Since the secondary school students and teachers were not able to be present, as they come to school in the afternoon, the director of the secondary school expressed a few words of welcome on their behalf.
On December 9, the school complex celebrated 10 years of existence at the service of the integral formation of the students according to the values of the Gospel with Claretian identity. During these 10 years, the center has grown both in number of students (currently 2,000) and in academic quality and in the teaching of human and Christian values, making it stand out from other schools in the area.
We continue with the challenge of fully adhering to the Global Compact on Education and growing in Claretian Identity. Let us continue to walk together, as a proverb from the Congo says: “The footprints of people who walked together are never erased”.