Semester in Review (Link to Video)

Ubuntu Village has wrapped up another successful semester! Through knowledge of self and culture, our students became global citizens, empowered to make a valuable contribution to the local and larger human community.  Take a look at a few of their accomplishments this Spring. Watch our Semester in Review



Summer Session @ UBUNTU Village is open for registration. June 13, 2016-July 22, 2016. 7:30am-12:30pm $50.00 per student. (1st-8th, 40 students).  Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. (Students must arrive on time for breakfast!)Reminder: No School July 4, 2016. Full Day Sessions Available. Check Registration Material

This year, the UVS Civic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurial Leadership Summer program will be launched to provide K-8 students with skills needed to become successful social innovators! Students learn about social entrepreneurship, money matters, civic engagement, manage a garden project and host a Youth Marketplace at semester’s end.


Asante Sana!

Asante Sana to the Mid-Western Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) for recognizing our school’s commitment to global impact through worldview learning. On March 18th UVS received the award during the public meeting for AKAs 86th Mid-Western Regional Conference located here in Wichita, Kansas. We are proud to receive such recognition from an organization which has long served the Wichita community and that embodies the spirit of Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility)…And even more excited to be recognized alongside other servant leaders in the community: C.O.R.E., Wichita Health Core Clinic and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Fraternity, Inc. Check back for more pictures from that evening.


Ubuntu Village School Staff and Volunteers accepting award at Public Meeting

Pictured (Bottom L-R): Olukos Dr. Kyrah Brown and Jamela Peterson with UVS Student Maliyah Patterson; Bronson Irving with UVS’s youngest student, Stella Irving; Dr, Kyrah Brown with Stella Irving.

THIS WEEKEND: 2016 CREATIVE CONNECTIONS Feat. The Florida Studio Theatre!!!

Please join us THIS WEEKEND for our 1st Annual Creative Connections Workshop Series! This event is open to all K-12th grade students, parents and educators. Several workshops will be held on Friday, February 5th and Saturday, February 6th at Holy Savior Catholic Academy!

REGISTER TODAY to ensure your spot! The Florida Studio Theatre has done amazing work for over 20 years and we have the special opportunity to engage the great work that they are known for!

Find out more about the Creative Connections workshops for students, parents and educators and  registration information, click HERE!

Learn more about The Florida Studio Theatre, click HERE!


Creative Connections 2016 Flyer_Final

Ubuntu Summer Session is here!


UVS Summer School begins July 1st, 2015 and ends July 17th, 2015 and will be held at Holy Savior Catholic Academy. The academic day begins at 7:30a.m and runs through 10a.m with Cultural Enrichment from 10 a.m-12:30 p.m. Academic and Cultural Enrichment classes are offered for student’s grades 1st through 8th.

Download registration materials here.

How many students can attend?  Summer School enrollment is limited to 20 students.

What is the schedule?  Ubuntu Village Summer School begins July 1st and runs daily through July 17th, 2015. A completed schedule of holidays and closing will be given upon registration.

How much does it cost? Registration is first come, first serve. Registration is $50 per child for the entire three week session. Breakfast and Lunch are provided. *Adults may purchase breakfast for $2 and lunch for $3.75 daily.

Payment of Fees The $50 registration fee is due by or on July 1st. The fee may be paid by check/money order (made out to Ubuntu Village), charge card (via phone) or by Cash  To pay by charge card, call the Holy Savior Catholic Academy business manager, Mr. McPherson at 316-684-2141 and let him know you are paying for your student’s UVS Summer registration. Receipts will be provided.

What does the fee cover?  The fee pays for instructor stipends, curricula supplies, snacks, and overhead costs.

What is the program structure? The Summer School program is an extension of our Ubuntu Village Saturday School program (which spans the academic year September-May) and provides academic and cultural enrichment activities to students with an emphasis on African diasporic themes. Academic enrichment activities reinforce reading and math skills.  Cultural enrichment activities vary weekly and may include: art, drumming, Swahili, meditation, dance, beading, self-awareness, conflict resolution; career exploration; local heroes, health & wellness, study skills & community service, etc.  Parental engagement is welcomed and encouraged during the summer program in the form of program volunteers.

Where is the program located? Ubuntu Village is housed at Holy Savior Catholic Academy located at 4640 East 15th street, Wichita, KS 67208, 316-684-2141.

For more information about UVS School programs contact Angela Scott, Head Mistress, 316-304-8434