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Where African Culture Is Practiced


The Garvey School was opened in 2003. This year we celebrate 15 years of educational independence. Free to determine our own direction and destiny! The spirit of Marcus Mosiah Garvey lives forever!

Egun Omode presents: 5th annual Music and Culture. The event is a cultural explosion of art, music, dance, drum, live performances, live dj, film, and an array of Africa expression. Our next event will be held on March 31, 2018 at Mill Hill Playhouse. All of the events will be posted on February 1st. Please check back.

Egun Omode (Performing Arts Collective) began its West African dance and drum classes on September 23. For more info, email

The Garvey School sponsors its 13th annual HBCU college tour on April 9-15, 2018. We will visit Morgan State, Howard U, VA State U, Hampton U, Norfolk State U, NC Central U, NC A & T, Winston-Salem State U, Bennett U, Morehouse, Spelman, & Clark Atlanta U. Check back for more details.

Join The Garvey School on our Sankofa to Ghana, West Africa. June 17-29, 2018 Accra, El Mina, Koforidua, Kumasi, Volta Region. 12-days of travel, fun, cultural tours, national park visit, Manhyia Palace, beach, El Mina slave dungeon, shopping markets, and so much more. For more information, email 

Watoto Village (our daycare), has openings for 2 1/2 year old and older. Our newly renovated classroom is open to 3-4 year olds.*Daily academic instruction *Vibrant learning & safe environment *Potty training. We accept Child Care Connection subsidies. For inquiries, contact us at (609) 571-1855.



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Egun Omode (Performing Arts Collective) is gearing up for its next event, Music and Culture. It will be an all day event at Mill Hill Playhouse (Trenton). SAVE THE DATE: March 31. Tickets will go on sale February 1.

Garvey Community Education Program (GCEP) will resume its courses in the fall. Past courses included to West African dance & drum, CPR, African and African-American history, Man(up)hood training workshops, DJ 101, Sewing, and much more. Check updates for more info.   

West African Children's Dance Class: Class started September 23. Every Saturday (unless rescheduled). Level 1 is 11:00 am-11:45 am and Level 2 12 pm-1 pm. Classes are $45 per month. 

West African Drum Class: Class begins October 7 1 pm-2 pm. Classes are $10. We have drums available. 

DONATIONS. Please consider making a donation to our school to help with with all the programs in which we facilitate. Save a School, Save a Nation!!   

Herman and Constance English. We love you and pledge to keep your lives and legacy alive for many years to come.


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