Glen Norah, Harare
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The suburb borders with Glen View and Highfield townships. Highfield is regarded to be where the fight for the liberation struggle began. Glen Norah is divided into three sections A, B and C, with A bordering with Glen View. Glen Norah C is along the High Glen Road towards Chitungwiza/Beatrice Road and also borders Highfield. Glen Norah B is in the middle of A and C.
Glen Norah is home to seven primary schools: Ruvheneko, Infill, Kudakwashe, Zuvarabuda, Shiriyedenga, Chembira, Glen Norah Seven, and Glen Norah Nine, all which offer kindergarten through grade seven.
There are two public secondary schools in Glen Norah, with only Glen Norah One offering A-levels. St. Peter's Kubatana is also in Glen Norah, a work of the Jesuits which goes back to 1963 and includes a technical school.
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