Hope Comprehensive High School near the town of Masaka in Uganda opened in 2010 with around 60 students. Today this number has grown to well over 150. The campus has gradually grown and since the first classroom block built with funding through Classrooms for Africa, an administration building was added and dormitories for the boys and girls. As the number of girls increased rapidly, more dormitory space was needed to provide a secure environment for these students. The addition, started in December 2013, is complete. The ablutions still need permanent hooking up to the water supply. A permanent weather-proof kitchen also needs to be built. A visit to the school reveals a vibrant community with strong administration and parent support. Thank you donors from Western Canada for joining hands with this community to make the dream of this high school a reality.