Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: African Leadership Academy, Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls, St John's College, Willowridge High School, St Stithians College, Christian Brothers' College, Mount Edmund, St David's Marist Inanda, Laerskool en Ho rskool Raslouw, CVO Skool Pretoria, Helpmekaar Kollege, St Catherine's School, Germiston, St Dominic's Catholic School for Girls, Boksburg, St. Alban's College, Cornwall Hill College, Roedean School, St Mary's School, Waverley, Kingsmead College, Aurora Private School, St. Andrew's School for Girls, Beaulieu College, St. Martin's School, Michael Mount Waldorf School, Crawford College, Pretoria, St. Mary's Diocesan School for Girls, Pretoria, The Ridge School, Sacred Heart College, Johannesburg, Redhill School, Crawford College, Sandton, Crawford College, Lonehill. Excerpt: African Leadership Academy (ALA) is a residential secondary institution located on the outskirts of Johannesburg, South Africa for outstanding 15-18-year-old youths from all 54 African nations and around the world. ALA was founded in 2004 by Fred Swaniker, Chris Bradford, Peter Mombaur, and Acha Leke with the mission to qtransform Africa by developing and supporting future generations of African leaders-ethical and innovative leaders who will usher the continent into a peaceful and prosperous future. To achieve this goal, ALA teaches a two-year curriculum in African studies, leadership and entrepreneurship as well as the usual academic core subjects. ALA officially opened in September 2008 with an inaugural class of 97 students from 29 countries worldwide. African Leadership Academy (ALA) was founded in 2008 with the belief that ethical leadership is the key to transforming the African continent. Founders Fred Swaniker, Chris Bradford, Peter Mombaur, and Acha Leke sought to create an institution that would support those individu...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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