We aim to produce future women leaders from underprivileged girls who have high potential but few opportunities to develop their skills and talents.
Sakura Girls Secondary School, is a residential school, and provides a safe environment in which the students can study and prepare to accomplish their goals.
We strive to create an intergenerational impact of educated mothers on the lives of their children so that education will come to be seen as a value among future generations of the graduates from Sakura Girls Secondary School.
Commensurate with this vision we adopt the view that education is the best method to alleviate poverty for women. In addition, educated women will be well prepared to lead productive and responsible lives as global citizens.
At Sakura Girls Secondary School we produce individuals by delivering a comprehensive education which will have an effect on their daily living throughout their lives even after their formal education at Sakura is completed.
One of our main goals is intercultural exchange which will broaden the perspectives of the students and help them to develop flexible outlooks in valuing other cultures, views, or perspectives of other cultural groups.
Students at Sakura Girls Secondary School will be prepared to be the catalysts for essential social development within their communities and Tanzania as a whole.
Students are given individual attention and coaching to diagnose specific issues so that the correct learning remedy can be given to maximize the potential of each student at Sakura Girls School.
Sakura Girls Secondary School can be an educational model and program that can be replicated throughout Tanzania. Other schools and motivated local teachers will be encouraged to visit the School and implement our strategies and techniques in their own teaching environments. This will provide skills transfer and collaboration among the many schools throughout Tanzania so the effect of Sakura Girls Secondary School will resonate throughout the country. Ideally, this will lead to the betterment of education in the entirety of Tanzania.
And also we wish this area will become famous place of Sakura (cherry) in Africa, same as Washington, D.C., in USA. We will plant the suitable kind of cherry, Yoko-zakura, which will survive even at such dried and hot area.