Pionier Boys’ School in Namibia
About the Pionier Boys’ School
Pionier Boys’ School is a school for children with learning difficulties. It is situated in the Dorado Park suburb of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia.
Pioneer Boys’ School is a government school for boys with learning difficulties, which is attended by approximately 450 learners between the age of 14 and 16.
Brief History of Pionier Boys’ School
Pionier Boys’ School was established in 1955. There are 400 learners and 36 teachers at the school. One or two learners of the school are selected each year to serve on the Junior Council of the City of Windhoek.
Courses Offered by Pionier Boys’ School
It offers grades 5 – 7 and two vocational streams, namely pre-vocational and vocational. The courses offered are plumbing, electrics, carpentry, and bricklaying.