Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Senior Secondary School
Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Senior Secondary School is a school in the Oshana Region of Namibia, in the suburb Oluno in Ondangwa town. It was established in the 1970s during South African occupation. The school's original name was Oluno Senior Secondary School. In 2004 it was renamed after Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, founder of SWAPO.
Its first principal was Mr Shilondelo, who was later succeeded by Mr Iita in the 1990s, Mr Mbeeli Wilbard in 2006 and Mr Shapaka Warde in 2011. The school has managed to dominate the Junior Secondary Certificate (JSC) in the Oshana Region.
The school has grades from 8 to 12, with different fields of study in grade 12. The school has about 40 teachers and 850 learners.
- Phillemon Ndjambula, former Member of the National Council (Namibia) and first Regional Councillor for the Olukonda Constituency
- Peya Mushelenga, Namibia's Minister of Urban and Rural Development
- Mvula, Toivo (27 September 2004). "School Renamed to Honour Ya Toivo". New Era. via allafrica.com. Archived from the original on 11 January 2013.
- Nembwaya, Hileni; Shivute, Oswald. "Hilundwa and his best friend, Ya Toivo". The Namibian. In honour of a legend 90th birthday of ya Toivo supplement, page 10.
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