The school is paid for through the tuition of students (about $100-$150/month for 10 months). We provide two scholarships worth 50% each, one for academics and another for work. In terms of donations I would say we don't require it as the school has finally become profitable, and the profits are reinvested. The owners of the school don't expect a monetary return. If someone wanted to help out they could purchase shares of the school (about $365 each). Our next project is to build 6 new classrooms, one dedicated as a library and another as a science laboratory. Without any further investments from current and new owners, I figure we can build that independently in 2-3 years, depending on the amount of students.
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