Vungwi Primary School, can also be written as Vhungwi and also pronounced as Vhumbwi is a primary school in Shurugwi, Zimbabwe. The school was built in 1905 making it one of the oldest schools in Zimbabwe. It is along the road between Cha Cha Cha Township or, Donga Town Ship and Tongogara High School in Shurugwi Rural Areas under the chieftainship of Chief Nhema.The school was known for its academic excellency during the late 80s and early 90s when it was used to attain a pass rate of 100% on the national grade 7 examinations set by the Ministry of Education, Zimbabwe. During this time it was believed to be among the top 10 schools in the country besides the fact that it was a rural school. At the same time the school used to be very good in soccer, singing and also dumbbells. The school enjoyed massive developments and improvements under the guidance of now the late Solomon A.A. Mantonsi who was the headmaster at the school for more than 20 years.
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... Established in 1984, is a secondary school in Shurugwi rural areas about 30 km away from the Shurugwi Town Centre ... It is located approximately 2 km east of Vungwi Primary School which is its sister school where many students are drawn from ... built to offer secondary education mainly to children whose parents could not afford boarding schools after completing primary education at Vungwi Primary School, Wida Primary School ...
... Due to the quality of education provided at this school, most pupils travel longer distances to school ... Some pupils shun their closest schools in favour of Vungwi Primary School ... Others in fact bypass smaller schools such as Wida Primary School on their way to Vungwi Primary ...
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