DEVELOPING MORAL, DECISIVE LEADERS TO BUILD A BRIGHTER FUTURE

Building a harmonious civil society requires education that is aimed at improving the human quality of its people. HFLA is committed to educating students who will ultimately become national and international leaders. These students will have the knowledge and skills to eventually assist with efforts to educate and equip others in building principle-centered civil societies. Through their courage and vision, they will promote and foster attitudes that effect positive changes in their own communities and nations.

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HUMAN FACTOR EDUCATION:
CONNECTING HEARTS WITH MINDS

The development of non-cognitive skills in students (ex. character, personality, and conduct) is as important as the development of cognitive skills (ex. math, language, and history). These Human Factor qualities contribute to academic, personal and professional success in North America, Ghana, and throughout the world.

The HFLA’s Transformational Development Education program optimizes students’ Human Factor qualities and positions them to improve their way of life. This groundbreaking program includes standard cognitive skill development, along with Human Factor qualities such as resilience, commitment to principle-centered living, a pioneering spirit, and entrepreneurial talent.

By addressing Human Factor development early in life, future leaders of African and other nation states are better positioned to bring about sustained improvements in the quality of life that contribute to a fruitful and abundant society.

In addition to academics, the HFLA educational program is enhanced with athletics, arts, and music, providing the opportunity for students to express themselves and apply their burgeoning skills to both physical and mental outlets.

PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: HFLA MARCHING BAND

Music is not only a form of artistic expression, it’s a conduit for developing important Human Factor qualities such as commitment, self-control, personal diligence and respectful conduct. As the face of the school, the marching band represents HFLA students’ passion, pride, and dedication. The primary goal of the HFLA marching band is to travel throughout Ghana and elsewhere, showcasing their talent and musicianship to bring joy and inspiration to the rest of the nation, particularly during Ghana’s Independence Day Celebrations. News of the band’s success continues to expand beyond Ghana’s borders, as the group was recently featured in Halftime Magazine, the leading journal dedicated to marching band news in the United States.

COMING SOON: VOCATIONAL TRAINING

Vocational knowledge is critical to building a successful society. We recognize that not every student has the desire to apply their knowledge and skills in an academic setting. Therefore, HFLA is currently developing Human Factor-based vocational training programs that answer local needs for skilled labor. Future vocational programs will include welding, sewing, auto repair, and more.