With a population of over 17 million, Zambia is one of the most politically-stable countries in Southern Africa. It boasts the largest underground mine in Africa and is famous for its Mosi-oa-Tunya (“Smoke that Thunders”) National Park, which is next to Victoria Falls. The Zambian people speak eight local languages and enjoy a mostly pleasant, subtropical, wet and dry climate.

Country Rep: Eunice Prinsloo

A.C.E.  in Zambia stemmed mainly from the international home-school community. Eunice started home schooling in 1994 and has since helped many local and international families succeed with the programme.  A.C.E. Emmanuel Home School Academy was formally registered in 2011, and today serves more than 25 home schools, three full schools, and a few mission schools. Many of the Zambian A.C.E. graduates have gone on to study at universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Africa and some are working as teachers in A.C.E. schools.