School Enterprise Challenge 2012 Results!

We are very excited to announce the winners of the School Enterprise Challenge 2012! 

Congratulations to all the schools that took part in the 2012 competition – its been a real pleasure watching everyones progress and we hope all who participated had fun and learned lots!

If you are not on the winner’s list, don’t worry, today we will be launching the Commonwealth School Enterprise Challenge 2013! This years competition should be even bigger and better, and we will be releasing all the details on how to enter very soon.

So…The winners are…

Stage One 

Top Global Prize – $2000               Stand Tall Training Centre, Uganda
Africa Prize – $1000                         Don Bosco Training Institute, Ghana
Asia Pacific Prize – $1000               Modern Public School, India
Europe Prize – $1000                       Carlogie Primary School, UK
Latin America Prize – $1000           Escuela Concertada Solaris, Peru
Middle East &
North Africa Prize – $1000              Our Own English High School, Dubai

Stage Two

Top Global Prize – $5000                DLF Public School, India
‘People’ Prize – $2500                      Vidyadhiraja High School, India
‘Profit’ Prize – $2500                        Indeco Community School, Zambia
‘Planet’ Prize – $2500                       Ilowala Secondary School, Tanzania

Africa Prize -$2000                           Community Secondary School Amansea, Nigeria
Asia Pacific Prize – $2000               Kadvibai Virani Kanya Vidyalay (KVKV) School, India
Europe Prize- $2000                         Lori State Regional College, Armenia
Latin America Prize – $2000           Escuela Concertada Solaris, Peru

Business Development                       The Heritage School, India
Prize – $2000

Well done everyone! 

It was a particularly difficult decision this year, as we had so many fantastic entries!

We will be announcing the ‘Enterprising Student’ and ‘Inspirational Teacher’ awards in April!

We would also like to commend 22 other schools as ‘Country Winners’ for their dedication and hard work throughout the School Enterprise Challenge. A full list of country winners is available here.

All country winners will receive a winner’s certificate. 

We would like to congratulate all schools, students and teachers who participated in this year’s competition. We received so many fantastic ideas and brilliant business plans, and are pleased that so many schools managed to launch their businesses successfully!

All schools who submitted a business plan will receive a certificate for participating. 

Keep track of the Commonwealth School Enterprise Challenge 2013 on Twitter @SchEnterprise.

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About schoolenterprisechallenge

The School Enterprise Challenge is an entrepreneurship competition for schools across the world! The challenge is to create profitable, sustainable businesses as a fun way to give kids hands-on business experience, develop their teamwork and leadership skills & generate income at the same time.
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One Response to School Enterprise Challenge 2012 Results!

  1. SUBROTA DEY says:

    The Heritage School, India (KOLKATA), being a winner of School Enterprise Challenge, 2012 in the Business Development Category, has further motivated the children of T.H.S.Mushroom, to come out with new ideas for further development and growth in terms of socio-economic development. Teach A Man To Fish, is an wonderful platform, giving an wide exposure to children from all across the globe in EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING.

    Subrota Dey, Teacher, The Heritage School Kolkata, India

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