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Welcome to the web page of the Albert Academy Alumni Georgia Chapter. My name is Abdul M.King, and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you as the current President of the Chapter.As a second time President it is another challenge for me to move this association to the future challenges that we are facing.As a nonprofit organization it has been our dedication to collect funds on the name of the Albert Academy, located in Freetown Sierra Leone.We came together in 2004 and promised ourselves that it is time to pay back to the school that has contributed so much to what we are today.
It has always been our fucus to reach to you people that has made us very successful today and ask for your donation and pledges.Without your help it would have been very difficult for us to do what we have been doing.In that regards,and on behalf of the current dedicated members, I would like to thank you very much for all your past donations and support.Also from time to time we shall be calling on you again to dip into your wallet and give us your generous support.For those of you that are coming across this organization for the first time,we say to you please support us by making a generous donation in this website and join us in making more contribution in the future.Once again thanks for all your support and feel free to contact me for any question or comment in the contact listed below.
We have our annual Taste of Africa dinner coming up on September 29th at Jade Events Hall on 2201 Lawrenceville Highway, Decatur, GA 3003. Tickets are VIP: $70.00 per person Regular: $40.00 per person. 8 pm to 1 am US Eastern Time. Taste of Africa dinner. Come join us for an evening of fun, fine cuisine. CLICK HERE FOR FLYER
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Hi, my name is Mustapha Sesay and I am the president of the Albert Academy Alumni Association, DC Branch. I welcome you to our webpage and I hope that you will learn more about the school and our association. I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have supported us over the years. Your contributions have made changes in the lives of many kids at the Albert Academy. We have many challenges ahead of us, so we kindly ask for your continued support.
We are very dedicated to raising funds for the school because we strongly believe that providing proper education for the kids will prepare them for life’s road.
Please visit us the weekend of October 1st and 2nd for our upcoming Dinner Dance and Thanksgiving.
- O sing for Academy ye true lads, 'Tis here we prepare for life's road Our school standing here upon the hillside Forever our hearts glad abode
Albert Academy, Esse Quam Videri Rather to be than to seem Our School neath' the trees upon the hillside O never Her honour demean
- For we are her true sons so ready To honour her all of her days Our school stands so sure and so steady And so shall we be in all our ways
- Then come loyal hearted sons enduring Whatever this life may bring forth Forever thy praises we'll be singing Academy show forth thy worth
- For Christ and our School stand we ever We are loyal to them to the end Our lives for their service give we ever O may we be worthy to send
2004 - Present: Mr. F. Coker (Junior School)
2002 - Present: Mr. A. Kawa (Senior School)
1986 - 2002: Mr. A. K. Sellu
1961 - 1985: Mr. Max A. Bailor
1959 - 1961: Rev. L. O. Shirley
1939 - 1959: Dr. R. E. Kelfa-Caulker
1927 - 1939: Mr G. T. Rosslot
1925 - 1926: Mr W. N. Martin
1923 - 1925: Mr. Z. B. Mingrey
1921 - 1922: Mr. L. M. Embree
1914 - 1921: Mr. D. E. Wielder
1904 - 1914: Mr. R. P. Daugherty
Albert Academy was founded on 4thOctober 1904 and was originally situated in East Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone. The school was named after an American missionary, Reverend Ira E. Albert who drowned in a boating accident. The school was started with four students and one tutor. Three years later, with an increased student population, the foundation for the current school was laid in 1907 in Berry Street in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Presently, there are well over 2,000 pupils with a staff of 126 providing high quality education for boys aged 11 – 18.