A beacon of light in troubled Lebanon
Brummana High School in Lebanon is a co-educational, boarding and day school and provides education from infant to secondary school. It’s emphasis is on individuality, respect for others, tolerance and peaceful resolution. The school, owned by British Quaker charities, has a stunning campus in the hills overlooking Beirut and the eastern end of the Mediterranean. Physically, historically and culturally Lebanon is a fantastic part of the world but right now is going through unbelievable turmoil. Brummana school is a beacon of hope in this struggling country. Two Mid Thames Quakers, Paul High and John Crosfield, are trustees of the school. Please read Paul’s article from ‘The Friend’ here.