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The Quest Forward Schools Network

A Forward Path

Quest Forward Learning schools are established, secondary schools that have elected to implement all aspects of Opportunity Education’s Quest Forward Learning framework. Using Quest Forward Learning, each school fosters the mindset, habits, and skills that will enable students to succeed in their lives, their communities, and their country. Schools interested in using Quest Forward Learning should contact the Opportunity Education Foundation Tanzania team. Opportunity Education provides each school with a detailed implementation plan, ongoing mentor and school leader support, and access to the Quest Forward Learning Platform.

Quest Forward Schools in Tanzania

28

Schools

1904

Students

254

Mentors

Quest Forward Schools in Tanzania

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Bishop Moshi Secondary School

Pellagia Joseph

Phone

(+255) 754 391 784

Email

Address

P.O. Box 128, Marangu

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Marangu Hills Secondary School

Jackson Olotu

Phone

+255 679 336 983

Email

Address

Himo, Kilimanjaro

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Mtakuja Secondary School

Francis Lusabe

Phone

+255 763 640 811

Email

Address

P.O. Box 2, Moshi, Kilimanjaro

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Natiro Secondary School

Emanuel Mrema

Phone

+255 762 073 953

Email

Address

Tema, Kilimanjaro

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Royal Academy

Elizabeth Njdike

Phone

+255 752 894 438

Email

Address

Kilimanjaro

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Shauritanga Secondary School

Dickson Kaseva

Address

P.O. Box 51, Mkuu Rombo, Kilimanjaro

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Shilela Secondary School

Dickson Kaseva

Phone

+255 123 456

Address

P.O Box 150, Hai, Kilimanjaro

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St. Ursula Secondary School

Grayson Sway

Phone

+255 768 969 047

Email

Address

Mweka, Kilimanjaro

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Uchira Secondary School

Ismael N. Mungure

Phone

+255 658 666 683

Email

Address

mailto:Uchira, Kilimanjaro

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Uroki Secondary School

Anande Massawe

Phone

+255 653 586 898

Email

Address

Machame, Kilimanjaro

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Adili Secondary School

Fides Gali

Phone

+255 787 888 855

Email

Address

P.O Box 15449 Moshono, Arusha

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Arusha City Boys

Daniel Josiah

Address

P.o Box 13072, Arusha

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Ekenywa Secondary School

Joseph Shaidi

Phone

+255 786 660 834

Email

Address

P.O. Box 2358, Arusha

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Kimandolu Secondary School

Michael B. Moshi

Address

P.O. Box 8212, Arusha Municipal

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Peace House Secondary School

Lessiono Sakinoy

Address

P.O. Box 13191, Arusha

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Trust St. Patrick Secondary School

Kevin Patrick

Phone

+255 754 264 519

Email

Address

Arusha

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Eagles Secondary School

Adam Myombe

Address

P.O. Box 66, Bagamoyo, Dar es Salaam

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Glenrons Girls Secondary School

Joyce G. Mapunjo

Address

P.O. Box 55048, Ubungo, Dar es Salaam

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Ihsan Islamic Secondary School

Hashim Saiboko Hemed

Address

P.O. Box 36374, Kigamboni, Dar es Salaam

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Kananura Secondary School

Phinias Bagoka

Address

P.O. Box 18050, Ilala, Dar es Salaam

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Thomas More Machrina Secondary School

Abet Katangira

Address

P.O. Box 35162, Ubungo, Dar es Salaam

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Tusiime Secondary School

Albet Katangira

Address

P.O. Box 71262, Ilala, Dar es Salaam

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Al-Quwiyyi Islamic School

Hakim Yussuf Abdulla

Phone

+077 742 2516

Email

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Beit el ras Secondary School

Khatibu Mchenga haji

Phone

+255 777 411 942

Address

P.O Box 1312, West Urban, Zanzibar

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Crescent Academy

Suleiman Iddrissa

Phone

+255 123 456

Address

Zanzibar

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Mbarali Preparatory School

Aly Handu Paji

Phone

+077 747 9860

Email

Address

P.O. Box 4535, Zanzibar

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St. Monica Secondary School

Fredrick Haule

Phone

+255 242 235 348

Email

Address

P.O. Box 1312, West Urban, Zanzibar

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Stone Town International School

Bi. Jamila Gulamabas

Phone

+255 777 588 882

Email

Address

P.O. Box 3244, Stone Town, Zanzibar

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DCT-Jubilee Secondary School

Peter Mnyaga

Address

P.O. Box 1082, Dodoma City

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Fountain Gate Secondary School

Denis Joel

Address

P.O. Box 2801, Dodoma

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Jamhuri Secondary School

Mudhihir Jafar

Address

P.O. Box 1, Dodoma City

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