Scholars School System

Scholars School System is a private, independent and coeducational school founded under the umbrella of uk curriculum and accreditation body (ukcab). it’s a charity, originally established in 2006 to assist students who have been unable to become a productive part of the society due to lack of education (vocational / further).

Continuing with the same philosophy scholars’ school system wishes to cater to those who were unable to complete their education and wish to do that now. we believe that vocational / further education is the most important milestone and a foundation in building a strong foundation in transition from primary to higher academia.

In 1989, under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, governments worldwide agreed to providing all children the same rights. These rights are based on what a child needs to survive, grow, participate and fulfil their potential.

Unfortunately these rights are denied by some based on discriminations of class, gender, creed and ethnicity. Millions of children don’t go to school, or have food, shelter and clean water. Children are subjected to violence, abuse and discrimination, and forced child labour. This means depriving generations of mankind of skills, knowledge and expertise which in fact brought all the development we witness today. This might mean throwing mankind to Stone Age or at least a particular section of mankind. The only solution seems to be propagation of education and awareness which will equip youth of tomorrow with skills and expertise that will not only make their lives better but will also contribute productively in the global society.

Thus UKCAB aims to engage in activities like providing for education to all who needs irrespective of borders, class, creed and ethnicity. The main focus of activities will remain on educating people using different means, strategies and resources like when and where possible offer education facilities like a place and building for school, books, human resource and even opportunities (where possible) like offering some stipend for those who provide for their families.

The main aim is to focus on grass root operations and either build new schools and/or support existing run down ones. The imperative concentration will on remote areas where illiteracy rate is quite high and children don’t have any opportunities to get even basic education.

The project aims will be to

  • Provide physical infrastructure for schools
  • Arrange for staff like teachers and administration
  • Offer free books
  • As future projection UKCAB wishes to even offer compensation to families where and when possible who rely on earnings of their children for their living