It is all started in the year 2000 when Madame Marie Gilberte Joseph invited me to come and help the children in Haiti. At first, I had no clue that it would have been that much fun and difficult. After teaching in the New York Department of Education for more than a decade, I realized nothing would have been more valuable than working with the children at home.
Starting in the year 2002, a new building was necessary in order to meet the demand of parents to further teach the kids in the community. Administering a bilingual school in Haiti was not easy, and it still requires hard sacrifices in dealing with the financial, social, and economical crises of the country.
The school in a short time is leading toward a brighter future. It is due not only to our dedicated staff, our students, but the parents whose appreciation for ICDH is outstanding.