COLLEGE OF WEST AFRICA
CWA - Since 1839
"THOUGH A THOUSAND FALL,
LET NO TAFRICA BE GIVEN UP"
We want to take the gospel beyond culture through learning and teaching.
To make Christian leaders for the church and national service. To build an educated nation of intellectual boys and girls. We strive to ensure the success for all students in the 21st Century based on the principles of United Methodist doctrine and the living tradition of the Christian Church. College of West Africa should promote a Christ-centered environment which fosters the total formation of each child.
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world through education, an attitude of service permeates every aspect of school life.
Love for country
Rev. Paye Cooper Mondolo, President
Rev. Alex B. Harmon, V.P. for Academic Affairs
Pastor Francis K. Browne, V.P. for Students Affairs,
Mr. J. Nimely Sekeh, Registrar
Mr. Samuel T. Kopeh, Business Manager
WELCOME TO THE FOXES DEN
The College of West Africa is a United Methodist High School located on
144 Ashmun Street, Monrovia, Liberia.
The school was established in 1839 (as the "Monrovia Seminary"), making it one of the oldest Secondary schools in Africa. It has produced many of Liberia's bright and finest leaders. The College of West Africa's main building is named in memory of Melville B. Cox, the first Methodist missionary to Liberia. In 1904, by an act of the Liberian Legislature, the college was officially recognized and confirmed as the
College of West Africa.
The school is 100% owned and operated by the Liberian Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Its nickname is "The Foxes Den"
Our program include but not limited to teaching the core subjects prescribed by the Ministry of Education and the United Methodist department of Education and Ministry. At CWA we offer 13 subjects including vocational courses /electives.
DEPARTMENTS AT CWA
* Language Art
* Social Science
* Computer Education
* Home Economics - at our Home Economics Department, students are taught the skills of sewing, baking, crocheting, etc.
EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES
At CWA we have extra curriculum activities for our students They are encouraged to join the following clubs and teams:
* The Debate club
* The Quiz team
* The press club
The need for educational development is very great. As one of the oldest educational institutions in Liberia, many students will like to attend but have financial constraints, there making it difficult to enroll in school. There is also high unemployment. There are needs for the human resource development for better Liberia. Please support the children of Liberia by keeping then in school. - $530USD can support a student at CWA per annual.
More information re specific challenges/needs at CWA.
The Administration is asking all alumni to support this great institution.
Thanks to the CWA-AA, USA for their support!