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Mavuluma Adventist Primary Private School (MAPPS) is a fruition of a long and tortuous vision of the Adventists in Namibia to revive an SDA education system of schools closed in early 1940s.
Mavuluma Seventh Day Adventist Church took the lead in establishing Living Water Kindergarten and Pre-school in 2009. The NC Education Committee consolidated this gallant decision by rally in the surrounding (6) churches around this epicentre of the revival of Adventist Education in Namibia.
Namibia Conference formed an Education strategic plan for 2013- 2015, Pastor Mishake Mukubonda initiated ground breaking for school with help of Volunteer Education Director, Dr Mbukusa and Mrs Edith Chaka blessed with of the Union Director, Dr Gerald Du Preez, saw that Mavuluma SDA Church satisfy the Maranatha Volunteers International criteria for assistance.
On 25 March 2015 Maranatha Volunteers international inaugurated and handed over the structure of Mavuluma Adventist Primary Private School (MAPPS) to North Namibia Conference.
On 13 January 2016 the school commenced with the enrolment of 37 learners, one week later, the number jumped to 56 learners in pre-primary to grade 3.
At the end of the year the number increased to 69, with 4 teachers.

Our Vision is to be a school that reflects ever higher standard of excellence, physically, spiritually and mentally.

Our Mission is to impact Namibia through the lives of learners who have been:
Inspired to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour.
Equipped with a balanced modern education.
Challenged to commit their lives to unselfish service wherever they may find themselves

• Adventist Education prepares students for a useful and joy-filled life.
• Fostering Friendship with God.
• Whole person development.
• Bible-based values and selfless service in accordance with the Seventh-day Adventist mission of the world.

a) To improve the academic quality of all grades that would be reflective of an institution of excellence.
b) To create a budget that would support the provision of quality resources for effective teaching and learning.
c) To provide a positive and safe environment that would contribute to effective conditions of learning.
d) To develop a staff development program that would ensure quality service provision.
e) To develop a strong Spiritual ethos at the school, that will enable each learner to develop a Christian character reflecting the image of our Creator.
f) To incorporate activities which promote the Social, Mental, Spiritual and Physical growth of educators and learners in our extra-mural activities.
g) To strengthen active collaboration amongst the school, parents and church.
h) To conduct quarterly safety inspections at the school to ensure that the school meets the health and safety requirements of the local authorities.

• Love
• Sacrifice
• Integrity
• Discipline
• Commitment
• Teamwork
• Accountability
• Creativity