"Educating Impoverished Children of India
to be Leaders in the Digital Age." Shahla Ettefagh


As a part of our K-12 curriculum, we provide cutting-cutting edge technology training that sets our students apart. This training enables our students to secure well-paying jobs, to support their families and sponsor a new child in our school, thus breaking the cycle of poverty.

Our most recent update is that we have shifted the school focus to emphasize technology.

The students are thriving in learning innovative technology. We have created 3 state-of-the art computer labs and 2 IOT (Internet of Things) Labs. We have now 140 computers and laptops and direct high-speed internet.  We are in the process of building a software company for our students as well to assure their continued success.

Today grades kindergarten to 1 are learning typing and Microsoft, grades 2 thru 5 are making movies and games with Scratch coding program from MIT.  Grades 6 thru 10 are learning C and C++ and Python coding language as well as Java and java script. They are making Apps and daily are attending IOT and coding labs and making interesting projects.

Our focus and intention is to create a world famous school in terms of computer science.

This is the only way they will be able to break the cycle of poverty ….. by finding a job in our consulting company or creating their own IT company to support their families.   One day they will give back to the community by sponsoring a student at Mother Miracle School.

Unfortunately, after graduation, our students do not have money to attend college and lack access to well-paying jobs available in the Tech sector.

To address this challenge, we will create a Technology Center where our students can learn advance technology skills, soft skills such as teamwork, office protocols, and provide career advice and assistance. This additional training will not only include new and advance technology, but also allow our students to gain experience and find employment.

Currently we are in the process of buying land that will house our 5-story Tech Center.

  • The first floor of this building will include a Welcome Reception desk and lounge, meeting rooms and cafeteria.
  • Second floor will house a sophisticated Networked Computer Lab where our graduates can learn advance software, hardware and cyber security skills through specialty designed bootcamps.
  • The third floor will be Career Center providing career development and assistance, including internships, resume writing, job hunting and interview preparation.
  • The fourth floor will be dedicated to those who have obtained jobs/projects, providing them office space, PCs and internet and everything necessary for working remotely.

Mother Miracle School graduates who want to pursue other skills than computer Science can attend The Tech Center, Get a Job, save their money, put themselves in college and pursue their dream.

Kindergarten Lab (4-6 yrs old) learn typing, MS paint & word.

Grade 1-5 MS Excel, PowerPoint, Web design & HTML.

Grade 6-12  learning Pyton, Scala, Javascript, & Adobe Premier Pro.

Champion Lab Children have excelled beyond the curriculum.

Why Coding/Programming?

The job market has changed significantly over the last decade. Top employers like Apple, IBM, and Google are placing more emphasis on what you know, rather than how you learned it and whether you have a 4-year college degree.  This is especially true in coding/programming vocations. Burning Glass Technologies, an analytics software company that provides real-time data on job growth, skills in demand, and labor market trends reported in 2018 that learning to code is one of the best skills you can acquire to secure a well-paying career.

  1. Coding Jobs are in High-Demand: Coding jobs are growing faster than the job market, and are especially useful to Engineers, Scientists, Artists & Designers, Data Analysts, and Information Technology Workers.
  2. Coding Jobs Pay More: In the USA, jobs requiring coding skills pay $22,000 per year more than jobs that do not. Half of the jobs that pay more than $57,000 a year, require coding skills from job applicants.