Pay It Forward Stars at University!!

Tomorrow’s Stars provides University Scholarships.  Three of our students have graduated.  11 more are at various levels at universities in Ghana.  4 more are beginning their tertiary education this year.

All of these have been excellent HS students who have paid it forward successfully.  And they are doing very well academically and as leaders.  We are very proud.

Tomorrow’s Stars has a budget for scholarships and they are allocated based on their applications.  We are proud that our “awards” committee is made up of 4 “Stars” (Rudolph, Solo, Richard and Francis) who review applications and decide on awards.



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Sue and Fred in Elmina

Tomorrow’s Stars is fortunate to have the best volunteers in Elmina.  They inspire our “Stars”, guide our education programs and are good friends to all.   AND, they love doing it.  They are each on their 7th visit to Elmina.

Sue is a Reading Specialist from San Francisco.  Over the years she has helped with TStars programs like:  Students writing and illustrating their own storybooks, starting Girls’ Clubs at 3 schools, our Resource Room for “learning through play” as an extension to Kindergarten, and so much more.


Fred from NY is in Elmina for 2 weeks, besides guiding and being friends to all, he is supporting a community bathroom repair project.  His life experiences and great sense of humor give him a special connection with our “Stars” and they enjoy advice and stories from “Mr. Fred”.


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STAR Recognition Day!!

July 1 was a special day for Tomorrow’s Stars in Elmina.  

We honored 5 “Stars” in a morning ceremony.  

Three Pay It Forward “Stars” were honored.  Lawrenda– our best student who recently completed HS.  Esther-Resource Room leader, and Richard– Bantuma Librarian.  Honorees also included volunteers “Madam Sue” and “Mister Fred” who have been to Elmina about seven times “making education possible”.

Lawrenda was also honored the previous day for academic achievement as leader of the Edinaman HS Science and Math team.  Many of our outstanding “Pay It Forward” students attended both days to celebrate.

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The afternoon activity was a tour of the Elmina Java History Museum by many students as well as a trip to Dr. Nduom’s library in Old Town Elmina.  The entire day was very well organized and appreciated thanks to Solo and many others.  A GREAT DAY!!


Edinaman HS competes in Ghana Nationals for Science and Math.


Tomorrow’s Stars scholars go to Edinaman HS.  It has improved its national ranking in recent years. Our students have been valedictorians in 3 of last 5 years, in classes of 700.

This year Lawrenda Deku will lead the Edinaman team in the GHANA NATIONAL science and math quiz competition in Accra June 5 week. They have already placed first in Central Region. Hooray for Edinaman, Lawrenda Deku and Tomorrow’s Stars.