Welcome to our school!
Ebenezer Schools was founded in 1995 during a year end dinner celebration in Mazabuka, Zambia
The word Ebenezer means, "Stone of help".
The school has over 650 students and runs pre-school to Grade 9. Ebenezer is one of the most sought after private schools in Mazabuka, ZAMBIA due to it's excellent academic record at Town, District and Provincial level.
Ebenezer Schools' founding mission is "educate Zambia one child at a time".
"We value education. We've seen how education has changed lives, eradicated poverty and transformed countries and we want to provide a solid platform for every Zambian in our community. The solid platform to rise from Poverty to Success to Significance."
"We want to provide the quality education that transforms countries and teaches our children our African values. We know it works, we've been doing it for over 16years with positive results in our student grades"
Take a moment to tell us how well we're serving you.
On December 24th 2015, Ebenezer Warm Hands visited the Mazabuka General Hospital, for an 8th straight year, and provided food, linen and diapers to the mothers in the maternity ward at the local hospital.
"This experience is always humbling and inspiring for us as a leadership team"
August 12th 2015
Ebenezer School Mazabuka tops the nation in national science competition!
Proud to have come out on top in the prestigious Junior Engineers Technologists and Scientists (J.E.T.S.) competition.
Paul Ngambi (grade 9 student) participated in the Junior Engineers Technologists and Scientists (J.E.T.S.) where his project was to make plastics using Milk and Vinegar as the only raw materials. With help from his parents, teachers and classmates, he scored
#1 at the district level,
#1 at the provincial level and
#1 at the national level.
Paul, we are all proud of you!
Every year a team from Ebenezer prepares gift packages and donates blankets, toiletries and food to the Mazabuka hospital children's wing.
"Ebenezer is humbled by the opportunity to continue being a relevant member of the Mazabuka community. We look forward to our 2014 donation and visit to the Mazabuka General Hospital"