African School Culture is a not-for-profit organization . ASC organizes reciprocal educational exchange programs for secondary schools , colleges and  university students through partnerships with government agencies and private agencies in many countries.

Our various  programs include  Study Tours, Study Abroad ,Student internships , Educational seminars and a Soccer Academy that allows    students  to benefit from an international partnership with various schools and organizations which  increase the awareness of other cultures; enhance language proficiency; foster global awareness and promote personal growth.

The aim of African  School Culture is to promote the development of young people from Africa  in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities through Education and  Culture.

One major problem we have noticed  during  our  internship project in Ghana particularly is  that , every year, thousands of African students make the life-altering decision to drop out of high school. In low-income communities across the continent, the high school dropout rate is over 65 per cent, taking a dramatic toll on various African communities, our health and justice systems, and our economy.

With this critical situation ASC  decided in our programs to help African Youth brilliant but  needy in low-income communities to graduate from high school and successfully transition onto post-secondary education, training, or employment. ASC addresses systemic barriers to education by providing leadership, expertise, and a community-based program proven to lower dropout rates.

The ASC Program’s provides a comprehensive set of academic,  social, and a one-on-one support to the youth. African School Culture addresses the barriers that can stand in the way of African students and the potential for a brighter future by providing leadership, expertise and a community-based program proven to lower dropout rates