Collège Soeurs de La Charité de Saint-Louis de Bourdon or simply Collège Saint-Louis de Bourdon is a private, Roman Catholic institution located in the borough of Bourdon, situated between the center of Port-au-Prince and Petionville, Haiti. The school follows the Haitian education system, with a primary school offering grades 13 (or k)-6, and a secondary schools from grade 7-to philo.
The University of Caraibe (French: Université Caraïbe) is a university located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. It was founded in 1988 and is organized in 6 Faculties. These are the 6 faculties in which the university is divided into: Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture. Faculty of Management, Faculty of Information science and Faculty of Letters and Humanities.
University of Caraibe is a research and higher education led by a group of university career surrounded by many other specialists. The University proposes to offer a quality education based on research and knowledge of community needs while ensuring the full development of students as individuals and as members of Haitian society. In this line, the University sets the following targets:
1. Contribute to social, scientific, cultural, intellectual and economic needs in the country by providing educational programs adapted to immediate needs and requirements of the nation.
2. Promote cross-border, relations with the sister communities of the Caribbean and other regions. To this end, the University of the Caribbean:
3. Providing training programs aimed at comprehensive development of the personality of the student including his intellectual, moral and physical.
4. Prepare qualified cadres capable of putting their skills to industry, agriculture, utilities and non-privileged sectors of the country.
Caribbean University has close relations with various universities and other academic and technical organizations.
The university is currently a member of the following organizations:
AUF: Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie
YES: Interamerican University Organization
UNICA: Union of Universities and research centers in the Caribbean
CACHE: Association of Faculties of Agriculture in the Caribbean
an all-male private Roman Catholic primary and secondary school founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti in 1904.
Originally, the school was under the rule of four seculiar Catholic priests. Also presiding over the school were the Brothers of Christian Instruction, who also preside over other religious educational institutions throughout the Republic of Haiti. The school also has a long and involved history with the island’s religious and political figures, among them Archbishops and Presidents, and is considered the Harvard of Haiti. (more…)
The Haitian Academy holds the following accreditations:
* National Private Schools Accreditation Alliance
* License for Secondary Education from the Department of National Education in Haiti
* Testing Certification by the College Testing Board in Princeton, New Jersey
Our students take the following tests and examinations:
* Achievement Tests for Advanced Placement
* The SAT
* The ACT
Route Nationale #1, 25km
P.O. Box 1633
Main Telephone:(509) 741-0898 – (509) 421-9672 (Haiti)
Sub. Telephone: (718) 856-1804 (U.S.A.)
Fax Number (U.S.): (718) 826-6285
St. Rose of Lima, private school, congregation, is a work of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti (Grandes Antilles). The school consists of two parts: a primary (1st to 6th grade) led by Sister of the Presentation Pascal and a secondary (Year 7 to philosophy), by Sister Anne Marie.
The elementary building has 12 classrooms with an average capacity of 40 students. The playground-large-box as a small bar. The school building has 14 classrooms including 2 in the “new” building (completed in 1994). “Former local” box at the top floor, computers, language laboratory, and the room of the Marian Youth (former dormitory residents). (more…)