The Philip Sam Bangura Building Fund was created in support of the renovation and furnishing of the old Boarding School.
After much deliberation and the dedication of significant time to resolve the question of how best to restore the classrooms at the Albert Academy, Freetown, we decided in May 2016 to renovate to a functional state the old boarding home building into classrooms. This renovation opens up new classrooms for the Junior High School and brings into operation our mission of supporting the highest standard of teaching and learning. Read More…
Whole Building (16 Classrooms plus Teachers Offices)
Phillip Samuel (Sam) Bangura was the third of four kids born to the late Bishop Thomas Bangura and Mrs. Regina Bangura. Sam was educated in Akron Ohio and New York, USA, during the period when both his parents were graduate students. After his parents graduated and returned to Sierra Leone, Sam continued his primary school education at the Fergusson Street Municipal School and secondary (high) school at the Albert Academy.
Whilst in Sixth form at the Albert Academy, Sam was elected senior prefect, a position earned because of his high academic and moral standing in his graduating class. During this period, both Sam and Jimmy Kandeh [Ph.D.] (now professor of political science at Richmond University) spearheaded the “No College, No School” demonstration against the ruling APC party then led by the late Siaka Probyn Stevens (An alumnus of the school). Read More…
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