Nyazura Adventist Secondary School (ZW)

A coeducational boarding school offering primary and secondary education near Nyazura station, Zimbabwe. In January 1993 the enrollment was 551 students with 24 teachers in high school, and 400 pupils in the primary school with 10 teachers. History. Inyazura Mission School, now known as Nyazura Adventist Secondary School, was founded in 1910 by M. C. Sturdevant, superintendent of the Solusi Mission. Desiring to establish work further in the interior, he went to Mashonaland to look for a site for a mission station. He was directed to a Mr. Folks, who said he was about to surrender his own farm to the government in order to return to England. He suggested that it might prove a suitable location for the mission. After careful investigation, Sturdevant accepted the offer and the government was...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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