Recently, we received a letter from Mr. Ssewanyana Gerald, Head Teacher at Gayaza Cambridge College of St. Mbaaga, a secondary school in central Uganda that has received clean water and science teaching tools from Quench and Connect. Ssewanyana thanked Quench and Connect for health from access to clean water, and for funding for laboratory equipment, reagents, computers and textbooks. He reported the remarkable success they have had since 2013 teaching science. The enrollment at the school has doubled to more than1000 students in six levels, and they are now teaching science classes at A level, the advanced two year program. They ranked 6 out of 350 schools in one of the strongest districts in Uganda in science scores, and now students are transferring to the Gayaza high school to study science because of its strong reputation. This year after the National Exams, of 50-60 of their sixth level students taking the exam, 32 students scored 15 points or above out of 20 points maximum. (Ssewanyana explained that there are many districts which do not even have one student scoring above 15). Five of the top students at the Gayaza school have been admitted to university on government scholarship, and these five plan to study medicine, pharmacy, business administration, business computing, and information management. Here are the pictures and names of these five students. Another six students have been accepted to diploma university programs, also on government scholarships, to study programs in civil engineering, education, clinical medicine and business. (Five of these eleven top-scoring students are girls). The Uganda government provides scholarship support to its best students, and now that Gayaza Cambridge students excel in science and computing and mathematics, they are competing successfully for these scholarships. We congratulate the Head Teacher and his teaching staff for achieving this great success in such a short time. For those of you who are regular donors to Quench and Connect, we want to thank you for your support by sharing this story with you!