The LOGOS Scholarship Fund is designed to “Educate for life and Eternity”. It hopes to break the vicious cycle of poverty through Transformational Education. This is achieved through the following :
- Discipleship: The program intentionally points scholars to Godly values and enables them develop in their relationship with God.
- Mentorship: Each scholar is assigned a mentor to walk with them through their time in the program. The scholars meet for a day with their mentors on day we call the Scholars Day, which happens during the school holidays of April and August. At the end of the year we hold a five-day camp where they interact with the Logos staff team, counsellors and mentors to equip them spiritually and impact them with life skills.
- Wholistic Approach: The program has adopted an approach that endeavours to address the four spheres of life (spiritual; mental, social-emotional and physical) in a balanced and wholistic way
- Logos Discipleship Bible School (LDBS): In the gap year after completing high school, scholars undergo a two months residential Bible school (LDBS) which prepares them for college life through intentional discipleship; practical life skills and inspirational experienced focused towards character formation. The scholars also undergo a job shadow experience towards orientation to their respective careers.