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Like living stones, let yourselves be built into a spiritual house.....
A place where God lives by His spirit. (1 Peter 2:5, Ephesians 2:22)
School Motto/Slogan
Be A Blessing To Others!
Learning By Doing!
In order for our students to grow and become someone that will truly “be a blessing to others”, our students cannot be indifferent to the lives of others. They must be aware of the needs of others and be ready to find solutions and to lead by example. 

Mission Statement
Living Stone is dedicated to nurturing future leaders by pursuing academic excellence and personal development based on Christian values. The spiritual house God is building is designed for His glory, and we, the living stones, glorify the Lord in all we do, truly being a blessing to others. (1 Peter 2:5, 1 Corinthians 10:31, Genesis 12:2)

The Spirit of Living Stone Boys' Seminary
1. We, like Living Stones, will be built as a spiritual house. (1 Peter 2:5)

2. All we do is for the glory of God. (1 Corinthian 10:31)

3. All we do is to be a blessing to others. (Genesis 12:2)

School Philosophy

In accordance with Tanzanian educational philosophies, Living Stone nurtures future leaders through academics, character building, and spiritual growth. Graduates of Living Stone will be equipped to create change and contribute to the prosperity of mankind. As a result, our graduates will demonstrate their leadership for the world to see that we truly are living stones of God.

Code of Ethics

in God

Living Stone Honor Code

1. Living Stone students hold ourselves and our peers to the highest standards of honesty and integrity in our academic and social lives.

2. Living Stone students are responsible for all we do, say and write in order to promote and secure an atmosphere of dignity and trust.

3. Living Stone students conduct ourselves honorably, professionally, and respectfully to be a blessing to others.

4. Living Stone students are careful with the school resources and respect the property of others as well as ours.

As a student of Living Stone, I pledge, to myself, my peers, my school, and God, to uphold honesty and integrity throughout my life to be a blessing to others.

Future Perspective

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills (4C: Communication, Critical thinking, Collaboration and Creativity) recently identified self-directed learning as one of the life and career skills necessary to prepare students for education and workforce. Self-directed learning may be viewed as a process of learning where individuals take the primary responsibility in the learning process, as well as a set of personal attributes or personal characteristics of the learner. Our school’s vision and future plans center around developing these aspects of education, from our building projects to the expansion of the school to include higher levels of education.


Spiritual growth is of major importance at LSBS. In an age where spiritual conflict is high among differing religions and beliefs, it is our hope that this generation of young men will become important advocates of peace and God’s love. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is a focal point for student life at LSBS, as we believe that the Truth of God can inspire our students to become wonderful vessels of God's love in our dark world.


This combination of top-notch education and spiritual maturation in Christ will prepare the students to be truly great leaders.

LSBS School Alma Mater

Living Stone, Living Stone

Faith and Honesty

Living Stone, Living Stone

God’s Blessing made for thee


There are schools across our country

From mountains to the sea

But the school that’s closest to my heart

Is Living Stone, you see

Our History

LSBS was founded in 2012 by the Mission With Christ (MWC), a Christian mission organization in Tanzania, and by Chairman, Rev. Andrew Park, with the aim of helping to guide future leaders of Tanzania by providing quality academics in the sciences, while focusing on each student's spiritual growth and maturation. The school opened its doors in January 2012. The opening ceremony was presided over by the Vice President of Tanzania, the Honorable Dr. Mohamed G. Bilal.​​

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