Team Photo - Williamsport August 2012

Uganda Little League Baseball

Developing Little League Baseball throughout Uganda

Serving over 15,000 children sharing about 1000 gloves, we could use your help, join us.

Supported by 303 Development Foundation Corp.

Entire First Class First time Students use tablets
Uganda RBI Junior Champions, RBI Caribbean Tournament 2018

Allen V R Stanley Secondary School of Math and Science for the Athletically Talented


International School Started January 28, 2013 for 50 students at Little League Complex. 

This is the most unique school in the world with students from all over Uganda.

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AVRS Secondary School facilities:

Two dorms that can hold 150 students each in eight rooms. One for boys and one for girls.
Facilities for housing teaching staff and other staff on site.
Classroom block consisting for 8 classrooms where one is set up as a video room for 100 students.
Administration building housing offices, board room, nurse's living quarters and infirmary, and a large laboratory with bench locations for 56 students.
Guest house for visitors with 6 bedrooms, 3 toilets with showers, dining room and fully equipped kitchen, and large lounge with large screen TV for meetings.

Sports facilities:

Currently 5 baseball, softball and soccer fields.
Two full size basketball courts
Three volley ball courts

Agriculture Program:

10 dairy cows currently, expecting to expand to 20.
Gardens planted by biology students
Fields for other crops
Matokie plantation on site
Fish Hatchery


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*  Important: Uganda Little League Baseball, or 303 Development Foundation Corp, has

never authorized anyone to solicit funds for Uganda Little League, the AVRS School, nor

any AVRS students. Those who wish to donate in support of these programs should do

it through Pay Pal or via check made out to 303 Development Foundation and send it to

366 Ardsley Street, Staten Island, N.Y. 10306.




November 2019:

It has been a relatively quiet couple of months. The school is back in session and we are beginning to plan for next year. The LA Dodgers wish to continue our relationship as do we with them. Due to the changes that are contemplated, it is expected that we will have to enter into a more formal agreement, one that is in writing. We are now in the process of putting that together and we hope to have a formal signing taking place at the Winter Meetings in December. It is expected that there is a lot of work that will be done to bring the facility up to the standards of the best Major League Academy anywhere in the world. That means club house and batting cages and pitching mounds along with first class playing fields. Here the goal is to have three full size fields with first class grass that is both fertilized and irrigated.

In working for next year, the Dodger coaches are at the moment recruiting potential students to enter the school to start the new school year this January. We will also be modifying our teaching techniques with this class to greatly increase our student's SAT scores in future years. That means we need to emphasize reading, writing, speech and math for all our students.

One major accomplishment that has occurred this past month has been the acceptance of one of our female students to attend college here in the U.S. She will be on a full scholarship starting in January and is expecting to play on the college softball team and soccer team. She has spent time with both of those coaches and they are looking forward to using Uganda as a potential pipe line for future athletic/academic recruits. The school program will require her to start the college program on January 13. This is the first student of the school to be going to college in the U.S. There will be a lot of people watching what happens in the next year, not only in the classroom, but also on the ball fields.

In the next two weeks, we will be working very hard to coordinate the January tournament schedule for the secondary school program. This will be the fourth year of us running this program. Last year, we hosted the S-1 to S-3 program for the third year and the S4-S-6 boys baseball program for the first year. We also hosted the S1-S6 girls softball program. We will be working with the Ugandan Commission of Sports to extend this program in 2020 and beyond.






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