Introducing: The Louverture Cleary Schools Network

“Education Works” by renowned message-maker Tad Devine lays out The Haitian Project’s bold plans for building a national network of schools in Haiti.

It's time to put education first in haiti.

After three decades of incredible results and hundreds of successful alumni, The Haitian Project (THP) is expanding the impact of its Louverture Cleary School (LCS) by building a national network of schools across Haiti. 

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The Louverture Cleary Schools Network will be a system of ten tuition-free, Catholic, co-educational secondary boarding schoolsone in each diocese of Haitiproviding 3,600 students with a quality education steeped in service and 1,200 alumni with scholarships to Haitian universities each year. 

While The LCS Network will be a huge step forward for Haiti, THP envisions it not as an end unto itself, but as an opportunity to inspire a shift in the focus of philanthropy towards education in Haiti and around the world.

To read the full press release on the Louverture Cleary Schools Network, click the button below.

Want to help make the LCS Network a reality?

There are many ways to support this effort and be part of Haiti's education transformation!

Click to make a one-time or recurring donation to The Haitian Project and support education in Haiti.

Find out how you can build community and raise support for THP within your parish, school and community.

Volunteer to teach for an academic year at LCS in Haiti or volunteer with THP in our U.S. office.

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In the News

Check out the news that has been buzzing around the country about the Louverture Cleary Schools Network!

“The Haitian Project Plans to Expand Network of Catholic Schools” — RI Catholic


“Haitian School, with Oregon Support, Seeks to Expand into a Network” — Catholic Sentinel


"Director Seeks to Replicate Success of School Throughout Haiti" — Boston Globe