A high school dropout, Rohan Reid is extremely grateful to St.Michael's Academy for their support that changed his life completely. He has just started a crowdfunding campaign to help build the academy’s science and IT laboratory.
Matawan, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/26/2015 -- Rohan Reid believes education is the key in every human being's life. Rohan's own life is an excellent example of how education can change one's life. Born in extreme poverty, she dropped out of high school just like many other unfortunate children. However, an opportunity to attend St.Michael's Academy changed his life forever. The academy's guidance has helped him achieve his CXC's, considered by many to be the Caribbean version of SAT.
St. Michael's Academy has been instrumental in assisting many underprivileged young people like Rohan to fulfill their purpose in life. Many of the academy's students are not financially capable enough to pay the tuition fees for studying there. However, the academy has never turned down any of their students from admission. They are privately owned, and hence, St.Michael's Academy doesn't receive any support from the government.
St. Michael's Academy has recently started the construction of their Information Technology laboratory. However, lack of funding didn't allow them to complete the work. The funds received from Rohan Reid's recently launched Go Fund Me campaign will be used to complete the process of building the Information Technology laboratory. The total funding target for this campaign is $35,000.
To make a contribution to this campaign, please visit http://bit.ly/1HzwSUf
About St. Michael's Academy
St. Michael's Academy has been instrumental in assisting many underprivileged young people fulfill their purpose in life. Many of the academy's students are not financially capable enough to pay the tuition fees for studying there. However, the academy never turns down any of their students from admission.
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