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Classical Christian Missionary Head of School

rafikifoundation The Rafiki Foundation

God's Word at Work

PO Box 1988, Eustis, Florida 32727

Position Description

Use your passion for classical education on the African continent. Lead a PreK-12 school in Africa with the Rafiki Foundation, engaging the hearts and minds of orphaned and impoverished African youth and teaching them to love what is true, good, and beautiful.

As a Head of School in one of our ten Rafiki schools in Africa, you will train African teachers using the Rafiki classical Christian education curriculum, and help provide life-changing education to 300-500 African students.  You will also help indigenous African heads of school and teachers to implement Rafiki’s education system in their own schools.

We are asking the Lord for thirty classical Christian educators to teach and train across our ten Rafiki schools. The Rafiki Foundation serves in the following African countries:

·         Ethiopia

·         Ghana

·         Kenya

·         Liberia

·         Malawi

·         Nigeria

·         Rwanda

·         Tanzania

·         Uganda

·         Zambia


·         A follower of Christ whose life exhibits the good works and fruit of the spirit which accompany salvation

·         At least a bachelor’s degree in an education-related field and passion for classical learning

·         A willingness to raise funds and teach/train in any one of Rafiki’s ten schools

·         The successful completion of missionary training at the Rafiki Home Office in Eustis, Florida

·         Agreement with Rafiki’s Missionary “I Wills” and Statement of Faith

Preferred Experience

·         Teaching experience in a classical Christian school

A short-term missionary about her experience using Rafiki’s classical Christian curriculum: “[Rafiki students] are exposed to facets of learning I never had as a teacher nor as a student in the United States. The Freshmen class begins the study of Othello next Monday; the Sophomore class is just finishing a 7-week study of English poet John Donne; a week ago the 6th graders acted out a scene from The Iliad, Homer’s adventures of Ulysses.”

Interested educators may complete an application at the Rafiki Foundation website: You may also contact the Executive Director: Karen Elliott: [email protected] 352-483-9131

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