Classrooms in the Clouds’ first project was competed at Shree Lukla Lower Secondary School in November 2009 with two new classrooms equipped with furniture and computers with support from CITC donors and Luklass Swiss Charity.
In 2013 an additional room was renovated and transformed into a library with support of a team from Australia led by Virginia Dixon. The new buildings were a catalyst for a determined and talented Principal and teaching team to develop their skills and provide excellent teaching and learning to the students. Exam results have improved year on year and recent training and development of the Nursery team has improved the environment and opportunities for the youngest students. 
CITC provides the ongoing sponsorship and training for two teachers at the school Phura Jangi Sherpa and Chhiring Tamang.

"The reason behind the improved results over the years is hardworking teachers, collaboration, good management of teachers by headteacher, child-friendly environment, supporters of school for building, desks benches, computers, teacher training."  Mingma Chhamji Sherpa CITC Educational Support Worker.

Other Projects:

Shree Sagarmatha Higher Secondary School Bung

CITCNepal has supported the building of 4 classrooms, gender specific toilets and clean water at

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Shree Jeevan Jyoti Higher Secondary School Kangel

 Established in 1962, Shree Jeevan Jyoti Higher Secondary School was catastrophically damaged by the 2015

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Shree Kharikhola

There has been much reason to celebrate in the remote village of Kharikhola, near Lukla

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Shree Chandrodaya Primary School

An 8 classroom CITC building project has been completed In the remote rural village of

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Shree Majhgaun Lower Secondary School

1 2 3 4 Shree Mahjgaun Lower Secondary School

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Shree Bakhapalam Lower Secondary School

CITC has constructed 11 classrooms at Shree Bakhapalam including furniture and resources and provides the

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Shree Lukla Lower Secondary School

1 2 Classrooms in the Clouds’ first project was competed at

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