African High schools Association (AHSA) is a division of Africa’s Brain Bank (ABB), a non-profit, 501 (C) (3) Organization, registered in the United States of America; with Associates in Africa. A key priority of ABB is the promotion of educational attainment by African and African Diaspora Children, with emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). In particular, a major activity of ABB is to promote the education of African Girls in STEM. To do so requires beginning at the high school level, at the latest.
For this reason, ABB sees the African High Schools Association (AHSA) as a primary vehicle for the attainment of the objective of training African students, focusing initially on female students in STEM. As explained elsewhere (the ABB Mentoring Program), the successful female students to graduate from participating high schools will be guided to the college level program of ABB for the training of African female students in STEM.