RVA and Africa

Last week, Rift Valley Academy held its annual graduation ceremonies.  For those of you who have never heard of RVA, it's a boarding school outside of Nairobi, primarily for missionary kids living in Africa.  I think it's a K-12 school, although most kids don't board there until they are in high school.  Sarah taught there for three years before joining our team, and Jason is one of its (most illustrious) alumni.  If our kids were to someday need to go to boarding school, this is where they would go.  I don't know what the future holds for our kids' education, especially secondary education.  And the thought of sending my kids several countries away to go to school is tough (even though it's really another 10 years away).  BUT I can't say that a little part of me isn't really excited that my kids would get to go to such an awesome place for high school, and be a part of a school choir that sings this song every year for graduation:

1 comment:

Benjamin said...

This is awesome!