In October of 2008, 65 children aged four to six years old began their studies in Lova Soa, a two-classroom school in the highlands of central Madagascar, staffed by Malagasy teachers. Lova Soa means "School of Good Inheritance".

In January 2010 we opened our second school, Sekoly Tenaquip, with 126 students and seven staff. This school is named for the Tenaquip Foundation in Canada, which has supported the cost of constructing all buildings associated with MSP.

The Tenaquip School now has a student population of over 800 students studying from Junior Kindergarten up to high school graduation.