The College was instrumental in establishing the Mvumi School Trust, which exists to provide funding and support for the teachers and students of DCT Mvumi Secondary School. This school is centered in the rural heartland of the central region of Tanzania. It was established in 1994 by the Anglican Church. The Trust is largely responsible for funding the recent reconstruction of the School. The Trust's sponsorship scheme funds the cost of over 100 student bursaries and we also provide funds for 50 scholarships. Since the Trust was established over £1.5m has been raised for the school.
John Clark, former Senior Tutor, was headmaster of Mvumi from 2006 to 2009. He is a trustee of the Trust along with the Head Master (Chairman). A number of Eton masters have spent time on sabbatical at Mvumi and a number of OEs have taught there during their gap years.
World Leading Schools Association
The College is a founding member of the World Leading Schools Association, whose mission is to promote educational exchange and cooperation between leading secondary schools in China and the rest of the World. WLSA will seek to achieve its mission by bridging cultural differences and promoting further understanding between secondary schools, through striving to improve collaboration between leading schools and institutions of higher education around the world. The Head Master is Chairman of WLSA.
International Boys School Coalition
The College is also a member of the International Boys’ Schools Coalition which is a not-for-profit coalition of independent, parochial and state schools from around the world dedicated to the education and development of boys world-wide, the professional growth of those who work with them, and the advocacy and the advancement of institutions that serve them. The Head Master is the current President.