The high school at Eagle’s Wings Villages started with temporary classrooms. In 2012 the first two permanent classrooms were built thanks to donations from Western Canada through Classrooms for Africa. Since then the campus has continue to develop and in 2015 representatives of Classrooms for Africa attended the opening of two science labs which were donated also through Classrooms for Africa. Also at that time another classroom and a library were opened as a result of other donations to the project. The opening was a good time of celebration when several students took part in presentations and plaques to commemorate the occasion and acknowledge the donors were unveiled. Eagle’s Wings High School is now well established, has been grant examination status by the Ministry of Education and enrols over 160 students in grades 8 through 11. Many of these young people have been raising in the Eagle’s Wings homes on site which are each presided over by a Ugandan women and house up to 8 children. In addition to these, some of the young people come from the local community and all students receive a quality education.