The New Victorian School (TNVS) was founded
in Port-au-Prince Haiti on September 1991 By
Romel Joseph and his ex-wife Sherry Joseph.
The academic programthen was only in English
The school has grown
rapidly and by December 1999,
it had over 300 students.
On January 12th 2000, the school was destroyed
by a horrible fire. However, it was rebuild once again.
In 2003, the Haitian French section under
the Haiti minister of education was added
and our students for the past 10 years have
successfully completed the (certificate)
the standardstate exam equivalent to 6th grade.
On January 12th 2010, The New Victorian School
was destroyed by the notorious 7.3 earthquake.
Mr. Joseph, the Executive Director, was buried
under the school building for 18 hours.
He was rescued by some of his friends and was
taken to Miami Jackson Memorial hospital by
the U.S. marines through the U.S. Embassy.
Mr. Joseph was severely injured and was
treated during 3 monthsat Jackson hospital.
Since March 29th 2010, Mr. Josephhas returned
to Haiti and he is in the process of rebuilding
the school once again with the help of many
friends and other people and institutions who
learned about his story.