Over seventy schools registered in only two weeks!

The Commonwealth School Enterprise Challenge only launched two weeks ago and already seventy schools all over the world have registered to take part!

We would like give a special welcome to the following schools that are taking part in the competition for the first time!

ImageHope Foundation Nursery, Nath Valley School, Aswas Vidya Sthan Public School, St.Simran Public School, Ryan International School, Kaushalya World School (India)

ImageLincoln Castle Academy , The Cherwell School,  Ercall Wood Technology College,  Stratford School , Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College for Girls (United Kingdom)

ImageRamkrishno Girls’ High School (Bangladesh)  



Albert Town Primary and Infant School (Jamaica)


Image      St Cornelius Ramula Odowa Secondary School (Kenya)


Rock Community School (Uganda)



Mount Compass Area School (Australia)


Nan Jung Junior High School (Taiwan)Image



Baptist Boys High School (Nigeria)


IGEE (Algeria)  Image


ghana      Louis Senior High (Ghana)

Centre Scolaire Elena Guera (Rwanda) Image


If you have not yet registered – it is not too late! To register online today click here


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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